PHOTOS: Asking Alexandria, Born Of Osiris, After The Burial—November 16th, 2016 @ Baltimore Soundstage, Baltimore, MD

2016 has been quite the busy year for the Sumerian Records roster. The 10 Years in the Black Tour, featuring Bad Omens, Upon a Burning Body, After the Burial, I See Stars, Born of Osiris, and Asking Alexandria, was the final leg of Sumerian’s year-long series of tours celebrating the label’s 10th anniversary. Out of all of the Sumerian anniversary tours this past year, the 10 Years in the Black Tour was easily the most energetic and most crowded.

After the Burial performed its longest set in recent memory, with razor sharp precision, managing to encourage the first round of crowd-surfing fans of the night. Born of Osiris played four songs from The New Reign, which was a surprising treat for the crowd. Asking Alexandria rounded off the night with a high-energy set which, ironically, enough did not feature any songs from their new record, The Black, considering the inspiration behind the tour’s name. Danny Worsnop, who recently rejoined the band, put on a solid vocal performance and seemed to be at home back on stage with the rest of the band.

Enjoy the photos below!

After the Burial

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Born of Osiris

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Asking Alexandria

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2 thoughts on “PHOTOS: Asking Alexandria, Born Of Osiris, After The Burial—November 16th, 2016 @ Baltimore Soundstage, Baltimore, MD

  1. joe Reply

    This is my favorite band. But the new album is total shit. Danny sucks at screaming and adds stupid ass wooos or whoa yeas in songs that don’t need it. He needs to stick to his damn sappy ass country. I literally can do better than him on stage for all of previous albums. This new album is a disgrace to the old asking Alexandria fans. Denis needs to come back.

  2. joe Reply

    Also his over all performance sucks now. I could literally go on stage and out do him on his own songs from death to destiny to the first album. And do multiple songs from the black. I had high expectations of the new album and listened to it to try to like it and couldn’t.

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