Belgian thrashers AFTER ALL have been confirmed as direct support for STONE SOUR in Belgium and Holland. The details are as follows:
Feb. 19 - AB - Brussels, Belgium
Mar. 07 - Melkweg Max - Amsterdam, Holland
AFTER ALL is confirmed to appear at this year's Pestpop festival on April 21 in Wieze, Belgium. Also scheduled to perform are MY DYING BRIDE, JON OLIVA'S PAIN and CIRCLE II CIRCLE, among others.
AFTER ALL's latest album, "This Violent Decline", was released last fall via Dockyard 1. The follow-up to last year's "The Vermin Breed" was recorded by Dee J. at Hype Studio in Mechelen, Belgium and was mixed by Fredrik Nordström (IN FLAMES, ARCH ENEMY, SOILWORK) at Studio Fredman in Göteborg, Sweden. Tue Madsen (THE HAUNTED, HATESPHERE) took care of the mastering at Antfarm Studio in Aabyhoj, Denmark.
"This Violent Decline" contains 11 tracks, including a re-recorded version of "Blind Euphoria" (from the 1992 EP "Dusk"). As a bonus track, the album features a video clip for the track "Frozen Skin". Samples of the new album are available on AFTER ALL's MySpace page.
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