AFTER ALL To Support AGENT STEEL In Holland, Belgium

Belgium's AFTER ALL will embark on a three-date mini-tour of Holland and Belgium in late October as special guests of legendary U.S. metallers AGENT STEEL.

Upcoming AFTER ALL tour dates:

Oct. 18 – Brugge, BEL @ Magdalenazaal (w/ RED ZEBRA, SPACEMAN SPIFF, THE CHUMPS)
Oct. 25 – Roeselare, BEL @ Bang Your Brain Festival (w/ DESTRUCTION, ENTHRONED, ALTAR, SENGIR)
Oct. 29 – Arnhem, NETH @ Goudvishal (w/ AGENT STEEL)
Oct. 30 – Rotterdam, NETH @ Baroeg (w/ AGENT STEEL)
Oct. 31/10 – Herzele, BEL @ El Roda (w/ AGENT STEEL)

AFTER ALL's latest album, "Mercury Rising" (Mausoleum Records), was produced by Harris Johns, renowned for his work with VOIVOD and KREATOR. Recorded at Johns' Spiderhouse Studios in Berlin, Germany, the CD features "a much heavier and more thrash metal-oriented" sound than that on the group's last effort, 2000's "Dead Loss" (Rokarola Records).


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