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Architects To Tour with A Day To Remember and Soundwave Festival 2010

Right after wrapping up a highly successful Imperial Never Say Die Tour, ARCHITECTS has already confirmed their next touring plans for 2010. February will see them heading back to Australia for the Soundwave Festival with bands such as Faith No More, My Chemical Romance, Jane’s Addiction, AFI, Placebo, Paramore, HIM, Alexisonfire, Taking Back Sunday, Trivium and many, many more. The band is really excited to go back Down Under after having a blast on their last tour with Parkway Drive in the summer:

"Last time we were in Australia it was amazing! It’s like touring but it’s in paradise, it’s basically the closest thing that a touring band can get to a holiday! So naturally we're unbelievably stoked to be coming over in February for Soundwave Festival! The line up is amazing and there’s a bunch of our friends bands playing so its gonna be good times."

Here are the Soundwave Festival tour dates:

20.02.2010 Brisbane - RNA Showground
21.02.2010 Sydney - Eastern Creek Raceway
26.02.2010 Melbourne - Showgrounds (sold out!)
27.02.2010 Adelaide - Bonython Park
01.03.2010 Perth - Steel Blue Oval

In March they will be supporting their native UK with Florida’s pop punk/hardcore heavyweights A Day To Remember:

ARCHITECTS supporting A Day To Remember:
09.03.2010 (UK) Newcastle - O2 Academy 2
10.03.2010 (UK) Glasgow - ABC
11.03.2010 (UK) Manchester - Academy
12.03.2010 (UK) London - HMV Forum
13.03.2010 (UK) Bristol - Uni Anson Rooms
14.03.2010 (UK) Birmingham – O2 Academy 2

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