Dutch female-fronted symphonic metallers AFTER FOREVER have posted a second video report from their recent North American tour. Check it out at this location.In a recent posting on his MySpace page, AFTER FOREVER guitarist Sander Gommans stated about the group's North American tour, "Despite the truly fantastic support from our fans in Europe and USA/Canada, it was also a pretty exhasuting period. I'd like to thank our fantastic crew and bus drivers who made all of this possible, without you no AFTER FOREVER! I'd also like to thank all the bands that played as a support act and the bands we supported!" AFTER FOREVER's video for its single "Energize Me" has been posted online at YouTube.com. The clip was shot in February in Amsterdam, Holland. AFTER FOREVER's new self-titled album was released in Germany on April 20 via Nuclear Blast Records. Fan-filmed video footage of AFTER FOREVER performing at Jaxx in Springfield, Virginia on October 20, 2007 can be viewed below.
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