July 25, 2019

After the Burial Kicks Off Asian Leg of World Tour in Manila

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  • Attention metalheads—it’s time to ready the pit once again!

    As part of the countdown for Pulp Summer Slam XX, Minnesota’s After the Burial will be performing in Manila on August 21, 2019 at the Skydome, SM City North EDSA. This show will kick off the Asian leg of their world tour.

    The long-time metal band composed of Dan Carle (drums), Anthony Notarmaso (vocals), Adrian Oropeza (bass), and Trent Hafdahl (guitar) just released their sixth studio album Evergreen last April.

    If you are a fan of metal and deathcore, then you might know who After the Burial is—probably a big fan of them.

    However, for those who are new to the band (and genre) and are interested to give them a try, you can listen to their debut LP Rareform. From here you can identify the band’s signature sound that they have kept and innovated through the years.

    Behold the Crown, the first single they released from the Evergreen album, is definitely one of the strongest songs on the record so watch out for that in the concert!

    Tickets are sold at Php 1,500 via SM Tickets nationwide. If you still have your old Pulp Summer Slam tickets, you can get a whopping Php 1,000 discount.

    Visit pulpsummerslam.com for the mechanics.


    What: After the Burial Live in Manila
    Skydome, SM North Edsa, Quezon City
    When: August 21, 2019
    Ticket information:
    Php 1,500 at any SM Tickets nationwide and at smtickets.com.

    Source: PulpPulp Summer Slam
    Image grabbed from Pulp Summer Slam

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