AFTER THE BURIAL: 'In Dreams' Artwork Unveiled
Minnesota quintet AFTER THE BURIAL will release its new album, "In Dreams", on November 23 via Sumerian Records. According to a press release, "This group has something for everyone and could be best described as a MESHUGGAH and UNEARTH hybrid that pleases the tech nuts while providing an entertaining stage show that is sure to always get the metalcore kids into a violent frenzy."
Commented the band: "We've spent the last year putting all of our hard work into this album, and we can assure you that the intricate dynamics of 'In Dreams' will satisfy your appetite for the crushing guitars, driving drums and powerful vocals you've come to expect from us.'
AFTER THE BURIAL will spend this winter touring relentlessly across North America on the "December Decimation" tour with WINDS OF PLAGUE, CARNIFEX, WAR OF AGES and UPON A BURNING BODY.
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/aftertheburial.
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