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After the Burial Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
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Concerts and tour dates

Upcoming
Past

Official Merch

After The Burial - 'Embrace The Infin...
$15.0 USD
After The Burial - 'Embrace The Infin...
$15.0 USD
After The Burial - 'Evergreen' Vinyl ...
$30.0 USD
After The Burial - 'Evergreen' Vinyl ...
$30.0 USD
After The Burial - 'Dig Deep' Vinyl (...
$30.0 USD
After The Burial - 'Wolves Within' Vi...
$30.0 USD
After The Burial - "Behold The Crown”...
$55.0 USD
After The Burial - Shadow Hand Windbr...
$50.0 USD
After The Burial - Joggers
$38.25 USD
After The Burial - The Great Repeat L...
$35.0 USD
After the Burial's tour

Live Photos of After the Burial

After the Burial at Magna, UT in The Great Saltair 2023
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Fan Reviews

Eduardo
October 3rd 2023
I went to see After the Burial in San Jose since they've been one of my favorite bands for a long time and they KILLED it. I previously did not know the other bands such as Alpha Wolf and Knocked Loose however I came out of that show as a new fan of these groups, they were BRUTAL and put on one of the best shows I've been to. The mosh pits were utterly insane but everyone remained respectful and I had a ton of fun banging my head and getting tossed around with my metal brothers and sisters \m/. At one point Knocked Loose had us all do a wall of death and it was one of the most glorious moments of the night. I can't finish this review with out mentioning Motionless in White and how incredible they were. Every single band deserves high praise for the performances they put on and I am so proud to see the metal scene is as alive as ever. Nothing better than being surrounded by other metalheads, freaks, goths, punks, and the like. Keep it METAL my friends!
San Jose, CA@
San Jose Civic
Skyler
September 26th 2023
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!
Lake Buena Vista, FL@
House of Blues Orlando
Daniel
May 21st 2022
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!
Tampa, FL@
The Orpheum
View More Fan Reviews

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.”
Show More
Genres:
Metal
Band Members:
Trent Hafdahl - Guitar, Dan Carle - Drums, Adrian Oropeza - Bass, Anthony Notarmaso - Vocals
Hometown:
Nowthen, Minnesota

Concerts and tour dates

Upcoming
Past

Live Photos of After the Burial

After the Burial at Magna, UT in The Great Saltair 2023
View All Photos

Official Merch

After The Burial - 'Embrace The Infin...
$15.0 USD
After The Burial - 'Embrace The Infin...
$15.0 USD
After The Burial - 'Evergreen' Vinyl ...
$30.0 USD
After The Burial - 'Evergreen' Vinyl ...
$30.0 USD
After The Burial - 'Dig Deep' Vinyl (...
$30.0 USD
After The Burial - 'Wolves Within' Vi...
$30.0 USD
After The Burial - "Behold The Crown”...
$55.0 USD
After The Burial - Shadow Hand Windbr...
$50.0 USD
After The Burial - Joggers
$38.25 USD
After The Burial - The Great Repeat L...
$35.0 USD
After the Burial's tour

Fan Reviews

Eduardo
October 3rd 2023
I went to see After the Burial in San Jose since they've been one of my favorite bands for a long time and they KILLED it. I previously did not know the other bands such as Alpha Wolf and Knocked Loose however I came out of that show as a new fan of these groups, they were BRUTAL and put on one of the best shows I've been to. The mosh pits were utterly insane but everyone remained respectful and I had a ton of fun banging my head and getting tossed around with my metal brothers and sisters \m/. At one point Knocked Loose had us all do a wall of death and it was one of the most glorious moments of the night. I can't finish this review with out mentioning Motionless in White and how incredible they were. Every single band deserves high praise for the performances they put on and I am so proud to see the metal scene is as alive as ever. Nothing better than being surrounded by other metalheads, freaks, goths, punks, and the like. Keep it METAL my friends!
San Jose, CA@
San Jose Civic
Skyler
September 26th 2023
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!
Lake Buena Vista, FL@
House of Blues Orlando
Daniel
May 21st 2022
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!
Tampa, FL@
The Orpheum
View More Fan Reviews

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.”
Show More
Genres:
Metal
Band Members:
Trent Hafdahl - Guitar, Dan Carle - Drums, Adrian Oropeza - Bass, Anthony Notarmaso - Vocals
Hometown:
Nowthen, Minnesota

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