AFTER FOREVER Joined By EPICA Members During Hardenberg Concert; Video Available
Dutch symphonic metallers AFTER FOREVER were joined by the group's former guitarist Mark Jansen (currently in EPICA) and EPICA singer Simone Simons for a special rendition of the AFTER FOREVER song "Beyond Me" on December 26, 2007 at the Podium in Hardenberg, the Netherlands. Watch fan-filmed footage of the performance below (courtesy of "afterforever87" and "RamonaNL").
AFTER FOREVER utilized the services of Koen Romeijn from the Dutch metal act DETONATION during the group's December 28, 2007 concert at P3, Purmerend, The Netherlands. Koen was filling in for regular AFTER FOREVER guitarist/vocalist Sander Gommans, who is currently taking a break from live activities and undergroing medical tests after recently suffering a seizure.
A nine-minute audio interview with AFTER FOREVER vocalist Floor Jansen conducted by Norway's Metal Express Radio (web site) in early October at the ProgPower USA VIII festival in Atlanta, GA has been posted online at this location.
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