Architects
Architects

Architects

About Architects

In 2004, Dan Searle and his twin brother, Tom, founded Architects, which then went by the name Counting the Days.

∙ In 2008, Architects became the first British band since Napalm Death to sign with Century Media Records.
The Here and Now, the band’s 2011 breakthrough, topped the UK Rock and Metal Albums chart.
∙ To finance the documentary One Hundred Days: The Story of the Architects’ Almost World Tour, they turned to their fans, who crowdfunded the project.
∙ Architects have not only won three Kerrang! Awards, but in 2019 they also became the first artist to take home multiple Heavy Music Awards at the same event.
∙ Their albums Lost Forever // Lost Together, All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us, and Holy Hell all hit the Top 20 on the UK charts.
∙ After lead guitarist Tom Searle died of skin cancer, Architects returned to the studio to record music that helped them process the loss, including Searle’s unfinished song “Doomsday.”

  • ORIGIN
    Brighton, England
  • FORMED
    2004

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