AFTER THE BURIAL To Join As I Lay Dying On 2011 North American Tour

December 14th, 2010
by EvilG

Minnesota based progressive extreme metal pioneers, AFTER THE BURIAL, kick off the New Year with a bang as part of the biggest tour of their already impressive career joining up with As I Lay Dying and Winds of Plague. This much anticipated, massive North American trek starts on Feb. 12th and wraps up on March 18th, so be sure to visit www.facebook.com/aftertheburial now to view their entire tour itinerary.

An uninhibited eight-stringed dual barrage of frenetic riffs and dynamic chord progression is exactly what the crushing new AFTER THE BURIAL delivers with pinpoint precision. The highly acclaimed new album, In Dreams, is now available everywhere and is quickly going to raise the bar for all others within the metal genre.

AFTER THE BURIAL are currently annihilating the masses across North America on a massive tour with Winds of Plague, Carnifex, War of Ages and Upon A Burning Body. This new album is going to redefine the genre and position this band as the forerunners of the new extreme progressive movement.
AFTER THE BURIAL further states: “Here we are at the tail end of December Decimation and its been fucking awesome. We are excited to be home for the holidays, spending time with family and close friends is definitely in order. We are equally excited to start 2011 with As I Lay Dying on a tour we know will crush! We’re going to bring a live show that will show our loyal fans and those that have never seen ATB, what Minnesota metal is all about.”

Trent Hafdahl (guitars) recently spoke at length with MetalSucks’ Vince Neilstein about a variety of topics. Click on the link below to hear Trent’s thoughts on the new album, the current tour, new vocalist Anthony Notarmaso and his role in the writing process and the band’s plans for 2011, among other things.
http://www.metalsucks.net/2010/12/09/after-the-burials-trent-hafdahl-the-metalsucks-interview/

AFTER THE BURIAL effectively unleashes a frenzy of jaw-dropping dual guitar dynamics that is backed by a captivating energy and groove resulting in an overall unrelenting output of punishment. See below to see what the critics have to say about their new album.

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