After The Burial – Wolves Within

In an era past, commonly referred to as the year 2008 AD, the fabled Sumerian Records released a volley of their best albums from young talent that are, to this day, regarded as the best works by those bands. After The Burial happened to be one of those bands, seeing the release of their monumental album, Rareform. Following the original release, a re-issue was done to introduce fans to the band’s new full time singer, Anthony Notarmaso. Though Anthony didn’t have the rather interesting vocal range singer Grant Luoma did on the original Rareform, he fit the band, bringing his own style to the table. Rareform’s follow up, In Dreams, was met with jaded reactions from fans and critics alike. After three years, After the Burial have broken their silence with Wolves Within, a valiant leap ahead of the underwhelming In Dreams.

You May Want To Go To The Decibel Magazine 2014 Tour, Featuring Carcass, The Black Dahlia Murder, Gorguts, and Noisem

2014 is already shaping up to be a year worth looking forward! Tours are starting to take shape, and the latest lineup to send you aggressively checking your calendar is the third iteration of The Decibel Magazine Tour, this time featuring headliners Carcass with support from The Black Dahlia Murder,…