Belgium's AFTER ALL will support ARMORED SAINT during an exclusive club show at Willemeen in Arnhem, Holland on June 23.

As previously reported, AFTER ALL have been confirmed as the support act for KING DIAMOND on two Dutch dates in early June. A complete listing of upcoming AFTER ALL shows can be found at this location.

AFTER ALL's latest album, "The Vermin Breed", was released in Europe in March 2005 via Dockyard 1, the new German company formed by Dirk Putzke, Christine Stephan (both ex-Sanctuary/Noise Records) and Piet Sielck (IRON SAVIOR). German label Killer Metal Records released "The Vermin Breed" as a limited-edition pressing of 500 LPs on blue vinyl.

The follow-up to 2002's "Mercury Rising", "The Vermin Breed" was recorded and mixed with veteran producer Harris Johns (VOIVOD, SODOM, KREATOR) at the Spiderhouse Studios in Berlin, Germany.


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