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After the Burial

After the Burial

Following a four - year hiatus from releasing new material, progressive metal quartet After The Burial have returned with Embrace The Infinity , which consists of two new tracks titled “Nothing Gold” and “Death Keeps Us From Living,” produced by prominent heavy music producer Will Putney (Every Time I Die, Knocked Loose, Vein). The new tracks follow 2019’s monolithic effort Evergreen , and tackles the familiar themes of isolation, loss, and hopelessness that arise in such uncertain times. However, in true After The Burial f ashion, they are brought to life with a healthy dose of resilience and perseverance that is palpable in every sense. The result is a triumphant ste p forward into the band’s future, set to the backdrop of evocative vocals, intricate guitar riffs, and inventive rhythms that further push the sonic boundaries of their core sound. Reflecting on the harrowing new single “Nothing Gold,” which details the band’s unique experience with the COVID - 19 lockdowns, Notarmaso reveals, “I remember feeling like nothing lasts forever, and I think these are probably some of my darkest lyrics to date. You can truly sense how I felt when listening to the song, and to thi s day, it still brings me right back to that place every time.” Even in crisis, After The Burial, who consists of Notarmaso, along with Trent Hafdahl (guitar), Dan Carle (drums), and Adrian Oropeza (bass), managed to craft compelling new music to not onl y keep the show rolling but provide solace and healing for themselves more than anything else. Today, they are happy to reveal that they have grown exponentially and gained a valuable new perspective. Perhaps the most vulnerable song of the pair is “Deat h Keeps Us From Living,” which touches on the painful loss of several loved ones and, in many ways, Notarmaso’s intimate and personal ruminations on his mortality. “Fear will keep you from living your life and going after your dreams,” Notarmaso states. “T his song is about healing and moving on. I think that’s why After The Burial is still a band. We’re resilient and all we can do is keep moving forward. If my pain can help even one person, I will make that sacrifice for the rest of my life.” After The Bu rial are looking forward to their most prolific era yet. They are putting the finishing touches on their yet - to - be - announced seventh studio album, and will soon embark on a massive North American tour. The band’s return comes during a pivotal time as heavy music is experiencing a significant surge in popularity, with new listeners discovering the genre rapidly. Notarmaso couldn’t agree more, adding, “It’s about time, and it’s exciting for all of the fans, more than anything. They are just going to continue to get a ton of really cool music.”
On tour Yes
Followers 253,520
Category Metal
Concerts
Jul
19
INKCARCERATION FESTIVAL 2024
Mansfield
Tickets
Jul
31
Rockstadt Extreme Fest 2024
Braşov
Tickets
Aug
07
Brutal Assault 2024
Jaroměř
Tickets
Aug
11
Alcatraz 2024
Kortrijk
Tickets
Aug
14
Summer Breeze Open Air 2024
Dinkelsbühl
Tickets
Aug
15
Reload Festival 2024
Sulingen
Tickets
Aug
18
Motocultor Festival 2024
Saint-nolff
Tickets
Sep
21
New England Metal & Hardcore Festival 2024
Worcester
Tickets
Oct
28
Headbangers Boat 2024
Downtown Miami
Tickets
About After the Burial
Following a four - year hiatus from releasing new material, progressive metal quartet After The Burial have returned with Embrace The Infinity , which consists of two new tracks titled “Nothing Gold” and “Death Keeps Us From Living,” produced by prominent heavy music producer Will Putney (Every Time I Die, Knocked Loose, Vein). The new tracks follow 2019’s monolithic effort Evergreen , and tackles the familiar themes of isolation, loss, and hopelessness that arise in such uncertain times. However, in true After The Burial f ashion, they are brought to life with a healthy dose of resilience and perseverance that is palpable in every sense. The result is a triumphant ste p forward into the band’s future, set to the backdrop of evocative vocals, intricate guitar riffs, and inventive rhythms that further push the sonic boundaries of their core sound. Reflecting on the harrowing new single “Nothing Gold,” which details the band’s unique experience with the COVID - 19 lockdowns, Notarmaso reveals, “I remember feeling like nothing lasts forever, and I think these are probably some of my darkest lyrics to date. You can truly sense how I felt when listening to the song, and to thi s day, it still brings me right back to that place every time.” Even in crisis, After The Burial, who consists of Notarmaso, along with Trent Hafdahl (guitar), Dan Carle (drums), and Adrian Oropeza (bass), managed to craft compelling new music to not onl y keep the show rolling but provide solace and healing for themselves more than anything else. Today, they are happy to reveal that they have grown exponentially and gained a valuable new perspective. Perhaps the most vulnerable song of the pair is “Deat h Keeps Us From Living,” which touches on the painful loss of several loved ones and, in many ways, Notarmaso’s intimate and personal ruminations on his mortality. “Fear will keep you from living your life and going after your dreams,” Notarmaso states. “T his song is about healing and moving on. I think that’s why After The Burial is still a band. We’re resilient and all we can do is keep moving forward. If my pain can help even one person, I will make that sacrifice for the rest of my life.” After The Bu rial are looking forward to their most prolific era yet. They are putting the finishing touches on their yet - to - be - announced seventh studio album, and will soon embark on a massive North American tour. The band’s return comes during a pivotal time as heavy music is experiencing a significant surge in popularity, with new listeners discovering the genre rapidly. Notarmaso couldn’t agree more, adding, “It’s about time, and it’s exciting for all of the fans, more than anything. They are just going to continue to get a ton of really cool music.”
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Genres
Metal
Band members
Anthony Notarmaso - Vocals , Dan Carle - Drums, Trent Hafdahl - Guitar, Adrian Oropeza - Bass
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What fans are saying
David
5 / 5
Loved seeing After the Burial, got me a shirt of them as well. Didn't know anything about this band until a couple of months before the concert and started listening to everything they have. Big fan of them and can't wait to see them live.
Stubb's Bar-B-Q Austin, TX
Sep 12, 2019
Bill
5 / 5
Best show I've been to at the house of blues in a very long time. Props to the bar staff in back when it got swamped and only one guy was running it. He was quick to serve everyone for how packed it was
House of Blues Chicago, IL
Sep 30, 2018
Daniel
5 / 5
This band has and always will slap. This concert was exactly what I needed to deal with the day to day BS of life. Cheers to my favorite band ATB and to all the other who played last night!
The Orpheum Tampa, FL
May 21, 2022
Justin
5 / 5
Hadn’t made it to a TAIM or ATB show before this one. Definitely lives up to the hype. The pit was real rowdy 🤘sound engineers kinda fucked up Currents’ set - we could barely hear Brian’s clean vocals
The Belasco Theater Los Angeles, CA
May 14, 2022
Dylan
3 / 5
The venue sucks for metal shows. Loved the bands and it was great but it’s stupid to have a giant cage around the bar that has maybe ten feet between it and the stage
Club Sur Rocks Seattle, WA
Nov 02, 2018
Kathryn
4 / 5
Show was so good. The tour, with The Acacia Strain and other supporting bands is not to be missed if you love Doom Metal, Sludge Metal and other extreme Metal genres. Don’t miss.
House of Blues Chicago, IL
Sep 30, 2018
Jim
5 / 5
One of the coolest experiences in my life. Thank you to ATB for giving the opportunity to support in a more intimate way with your fans. I will be doing this again.
Phoenix Theatre Toronto, Canada
Oct 11, 2018
Skyler
5 / 5
good god, what can i even say. these guys were openers, but i honestly had the most fun with them! these guys are packing SERIOUS heat. hope to see them again sometime!
House of Blues Orlando Lake Buena Vista, FL
Sep 26, 2023
Teagen
5 / 5
ATB is one of the greatest bands EVER! Amazing live! They just rip from start to finish! You have to see them live if you ever can!
Arizona Pete's Greensboro, NC
May 26, 2022
Toriakj10
5 / 5
It was such a sick ass night!! Great music, people, and beer!!! 🤘🤘 A night to never be forgotten, once in a life time for sure!
The Ready Room St. Louis, MO
Nov 08, 2018
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After the Burial Tour Cities
Braşov, Romania Mansfield, OH Downtown Miami, FL Kortrijk, Belgium Dinkelsbühl, Germany Sulingen, Germany Saint-Nolff, France Worcester, MA Jaroměř, Czech Republic

Frequently Asked Questions About After the Burial

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is After the Burial on tour?

Yes, After the Burial is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming After the Burial concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The After the Burial tour is scheduled for 9 dates across 9 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is After the Burial scheduled to play?

After the Burial is scheduled to play 9 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the After the Burial tour start?

After the Burial’s tour starts Jul 19, 2024 and ends on Oct 28, 2024. They will play 9 cities; their most recent concert was held in Mansfield at Ohio State Reformatory and their next upcoming concert will be in Mansfield at Ohio State Reformatory.

What venues is After the Burial performing at?

As part of the After the Burial tour, After the Burial is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Jul 19 - Mansfield, OH @ Ohio State Reformatory
Jul 31 - Braşov, Romania @ Rockstadt Extreme Fest
Aug 07 - Jaroměř, Czech Republic @ Fortress Josefov - Underground Passages
Aug 11 - Kortrijk, Vlaams Gewest @ Alcatraz Metal Festival
Aug 14 - Dinkelsbühl, Bavaria @ Summer Breeze Open Air
Aug 15 - Sulingen, NDS @ Reload Festival
Aug 18 - Saint-nolff, Brittany @ Motocultor Festival 2024
Sep 21 - Worcester, MA @ Palladium
Oct 28 - Downtown Miami, FL @ Headbangers Boat
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