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"Collapse" Under The Weight Of A New AFTER THE BURIAL Song, Now Streaming

Anthony Notarmaso's vocals are low, the riffs are fat, and the groove is infectious.

Anthony Notarmaso's vocals are low, the riffs are fat, and the groove is infectious.

After The Burial's upcoming album Dig Deep is out February 19 via Sumerian Records and it's hands down the best thing the band has done since Rareform. That being said, it's also sadly the last thing Justin Lowe contributed to for After The Burial, though the album is a fantastic legacy (alongside his body of work).

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Get into the breakneck new track "Collapse" below, which is essentially thrash riffs galore slowed down to about 80% their 1980s counterpart's speed. Also, what the hell has vocalist Anthony Notarmaso been eating lately? Dude's slowly turning into a demon album by album and this one's only getting even crazier.

[via New Noise Magazine]

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