Oct. 17, 2018, Brighton, England – “I guess the biggest lesson I’ve learned, that’s repeatedly come to me and actually underpins the whole meaning behind the record is that you can go through terrible things and come out as a better person at the other end of it,” says Architects drummer Dan Searle while bobbing in the Brighton seaside during the opening moments of “Holy Ghost” (HERE).

The documentary finds the British band discussing the events that have led up to the forthcoming release of their eighth album, Holy Hell (Nov. 9, Epitaph Records), From the indescribable loss of brother, guitar player and founding member Tom Searle, to the band member’s recognition that their only path was forward, the 20-plus minute film features interviews, video from the recording of Holy Hell, as well as riveting, bittersweet footage from Architects’ February 2018, sold out performance to 10,000 fans at London’s Alexandra Palace.

The band have also released two tracks from the upcoming, 11-song album, both in video form: “Royal Beggars” HERE

Album pre-orders, including physical bundles featuring vinyl and various merchandise, as well as digital pre-orders offering instant downloads of “Hereafter” are available via the band’s website (HERE).

Architects have announced an extensive European tour for early 2019, with news of a North American trek to come soon.

Tour dates:
December 1 Barcelona, Spain Razzmatazz
December 4 St. Petersburg, Russia A2 Green Concert
December 6 Moscow, Russia Adrenaline Stadium
December 8 Kiev, Ukraine Stereo Plaza
January 6 Stockholm, Sweden Fryshuset Grundskola
January 8 Copenhagen, Denmark Vega
January 10 Düsseldorf, Germany
January 11 Antwerp, Belgium Lotto Arena
January 12 Amsterdam, Netherlands AFAS Live
January 14 Stretford, UK Victoria Warehouse
January 15 Stretford, UK Victoria Warehouse
January 17 Glasgow, UK O2 Academy Glasgow
January 18 Cardiff, UK Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
January 19 London, UK The SSE Arena
January 21 Luxembourg, Luxembourg Luxexpo The Box
January 22 Villeurbanne, France Transbordeur|
January 24 Barcelona, Spain Razzmatazz
January 25 Bilbo, Spain Santana 27
January 27 Paris, France L’Olympia Bruno Coquatrix
January 28 Zurich, Switzerland Halle 622
January 29 Vienna, Austria GSE Gasometer
January 30 Milan, Italy Alcatraz
January 31 Prague, Czech Republic Forum Karlin
February 1 Warsaw, Poland Stodola
February 2 Leipzig, Germany Haus Auensee
February 3 Offenbach Am Main, Germany Stadthalle Offenbach
February 5 Berlin, Germany Verti Music Hall
February 6 Munich, Germany Zenith München
February 8 Hamburg, Germany Sporthalle des Heilwig

Architects is
Sam Carter (vocals)

Adam Christianson (guitar)
Ali Dean (bass)
Josh Middleton (guitar)
Dan Searle (drums).

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