British quintet ARCHITECTS recently blasted through America for the first time, garnering a whole new legion of fans. The band is now focusing on the upcoming release of "Hollow Crown", its highly anticipated new album which was produced by John D. Mitchell (BRING ME THE HORIZON, ENTER SHIKARI).To show fans a bit of what can be expected with the new record, the band has uploaded a track from "Hollow Crown" entitled "Numbers Count For Nothing" to its MySpace page. The band is also hard at work preparing for their upcoming UK headlining trek with MISERY SIGNALS and A TEXTBOOK TRAGEDY. "Hollow Crown" will be released in Europe on January 26 in the U.S. and Canada on February 10 via Century Media Records. ARCHITECTS made its live debut on American soil as part of the Cleansing The Nation tour alongside Century Media labelmates SUICIDE SILENCE, EMMURE, BENEATH THE MASSACRE and AFTER THE BURIAL.
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