Architects are currently on tour in Europe with Every Time I Die, Bless The Fall and Counterparts.
They will play their re-scheduled Dublin show at Dublin’s Academy, 27th March.
Their 11th track album “Lost Forever, Lost Together” is out now via iTunes and in good music stores.
Sam Carter – Vocals
Tom Searle – Guitars
Dan Searle – Drums
Alex Edwin Dean – Bass
Special guests: Red Enemy I guess there never really is one factor that defines any bands success, but for Dublin, Ireland based metal band ‘Red Enemy’, growing up and honing their craft in their humble Irish surroundings, patience has certainly been a virtue. Formed under the apt name ‘Steellined’ in their early teens by drummer Daniel Lang, guitarist Conor Dockery and now vocalist Kevin Letford, they dreamed of following in the footsteps of their peers.
Having penned a deal with highly regarded Californian metal label Mediaskare Records in late 2013, Red Enemy released their debut self titled album in late 2014 to critical acclaim. The band recorded their debut with producer Taylor Voeltz during a two month stint in L.A which also saw them embark on their first US tour. Red Enemy plan to spend the rest of 2015 touring.
Support from: Vile Regression
Vile Regression are a progressive metal band from Dublin, Ireland.
The band was formed in 2007 by brothers Barry and Kenn Christie. After a number of demos under various names, the band settled upon the name Visitor Q and released its first EP in January of 2009 to positive reviews.
After a lineup change in 2013, guitarist Brian Brady and vocalist Padraig Croke joined the band to complete the current lineup. Coming off a support slot with renowned metal band Unearth, the band entered the studio once again to record its latest release ‘Empires’ which was released in July of 2014.
“This Dublin quintet impress with their new release of well-produced, progressive death metal that easily sits alongside the output from most of today’s big extreme metal names” – Metal Hammer
Red Enemy Links
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Tickets available from usual outlets nationwide and online at Ticketmaster.ie – From €19 inclusive of booking fee charges.
All tickets will be valid for the new dates: refunds available from point of purchase. This will be a +14s show.