AFTER FOREVER Added To WITHIN TEMPTATION's Java Island Concert
Dutch gothic/atmospheric doom metal group AFTER FOREVER have been added to WITHIN TEMPTATION's upcoming concert on the Java Island in Amsterdam on July 22. This beautiful location, in the middle of the river behind the main train station of Amsterdam, will be rebuilt to a spectacular area where the band will give a concert in front of 10,000 fans with special guests and effects. "We have never done a concert like this before, it really promises to be a unique experience," WITHIN TEMPTATION write on their web site. "These upcoming weeks we will keep you posted on all the details. We really look forward to the concert and hope to see you all there!"
AFTER FOREVER recently spent time at the Gate Studio in Wolfsburg, Germany recording their fourth full-length album, "Remagine". The group's latest album, "Invisible Circles", was released in March 2004 through Transmission Records. "Invisible Circles" is the follow-up to "Decipher", which was issued in 2001.
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