Parkway Drive, Trivium, Bullet For My Valentine
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Architects are a Technical Metalcore band from Brighton, England. 2) Architects were a -violence band brought up with members of Austin, Texas' own Toru Okada. Now known as the band Faithealer. 3) Architects (also The Architects) is also the name used by a Kansas City Soul Rock band who've released 4 albums (Keys To The Building 2005, Revenge 2006, Vice 2007 and The Hard Way 2009).
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Every Time I Die us
Every Time I Die is a five-piece metalcore band from Buffalo, New York, founded in the winter of 1998. Though popularly classified as hardcore, Every Time I Die's sound also contains strong elements of metalcore, southern rock and mathcore. Beginning with a noisy, chaotic hardcore sound, subsequent releases increasingly added fat grooves and twin leads to the mix, with each album treading different ground. They are also acclaimed for Keith Buckley's intelligent and often cryptic lyrics. The band have just released their seventh full-length "From Parts Unknown", on Epitaph.
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Blessthefall is a post-hardcore band from Phoenix, Arizona. In the two-year span since blessthefall’s album His Last Walk was released, the band has undergone some internal repairs that could have sunk any other band on the rise. Not so for the Phoenix five-piece, who’ve learned that a kink in the gears isn’t enough to stop a band this strong for good. Formed in 2004 by a group of higher-thinking high-schoolers who wanted their peers to find meaning and camaraderie in their music, Blessthefall was intent on making their metalcore blend a different breed that people would remember.
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It's been since 2018 that Canadian Counterparts were at Trix. This year, they come to present their latest full-length album "A Eulogy for Those Still Here" at the Trix Club! With this album, Counterparts tries to capture the surreal space-in-between, and in the process they pushed their sound to the limit
to make their most definitive statement as a band.
The band manages to lay down a perfect blend of cutting metalcore and melodic hardcore. They have previously toured with Architects and performed at Graspop and Groezrock. Expect rock-hard riffs, emotional screams and a lot of rage.