Belgium's AFTER ALL have been added to a number of dates on the forthcoming OVERKILL/SEVEN WITCHES European tour beginning on November 16 in Bordeaux, France. Prior to touring with OVERKILL, AFTER ALL will play two live dates in Holland and Belgium as special guests of legendary U.S. speed metal band AGENT STEEL. In addition, they will play a "warm-up" show with SEVEN WITCHES at Belgium's Biebob club on November 6.

AFTER ALL will perform all scheduled dates with Kevin Strubbe on drums. Kevin first joined the group's ranks for the ANTHRAX tour in March and has been with the band ever since.

Upcoming AFTER ALL tour dates:

Oct. 18 – Brugge, BEL @ Magdalenazaal
Oct. 25 – Roeselare, BEL @ Bang Your Brain Festival (w/ DESTRUCTION, ENTHRONED, ALTAR)
Oct. 30 – Arnhem, NETH @ Goudvishal (w/ AGENT STEEL)
Oct. 31 – Herzele, BEL @ Club Konk (w/ AGENT STEEL)
Nov. 06 – Vosselaar, BEL @ Biebob (w/ SEVEN WITCHES)
Nov. 15 – Beernem, BEL @ JH The Nooddle


Nov. 16 – Bordeaux, FRA @ C.A.T.
Nov. 17 – Paris, FRA @ La Locomotive
Nov. 18 – Pratteln, SWI @ Z7
Nov. 19 – Bochum, GER @ Matrix
Nov. 20 – Zaandam, NETH @ De Kade
Nov. 21 – Glauchau, GER @ Alte Spinnerei
Nov. 22 - Bad Wünnenberg, GER @ Schützenhalle

Nov. 31 - Den Ham, NETH @ Beukrock Festival

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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