Arguably the UK’s most vital metalcore act right now, Architects recently played a show at London’s Alexandria Palace, in front of around 10,000 people. They’re bravely continuing on without the late Tom Searle, and have cemented themselves as a positive voice for change as well. Regardless of how you feel about the band’s music, you have to tip your cap to a band like this.
On the eve of their North American headlining tour with Stick To Your Guns and Counterparts, Architects member Dan Searle has revealed when a new album might be coming. Consider that 2016’s All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us isn’t quite 2 years old yet, but how can you blame loyal fans for wanting more when recently released single “Doomsday” was ridiculously good? Luckily, Dan had something hilarious to say about it.
People still think that Doomsday was a sign of an imminent album release. Patience friends. I promise we won’t take as long as Tool. Which leaves us another decade to get it done.
— Dan Searle (@danarchitects) February 12, 2018
USA. 1 week.
Tickets here – https://t.co/NFBwX93rVV
— Architects (@Architectsuk) February 7, 2018