AFTER FOREVER Record Gig For Radio Broadcast

April 18, 2002

Dutch gothic/atmospheric doom metal act AFTER FOREVER's first live performance with new guitarist Bas Maas, which took place at Paradiso in Amsterdam on April 7th, was recorded for the radio program Leidsekade Live. According to the band, “Bas had only been given little time to master the songs and [vocalist] Floor is still being haunted by a vicious virus in the lungs. But the performance went all right and we had a great time.” No air date for the recording has yet been announced.

Maas joined AFTER FOREVER last month as a replacement for founding member Mark Jansen, who left the group due to “musical differences”

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