Dutch female-fronted gothic metal band NEMESEA will support AFTER FOREVER at the following shows:

Sep. 10 - Het Kasteel - Alphen aan de Rijn, NETH
Sep. 25 - Bibelot - Dordrecht, NETH
Oct. 02 - Melkweg - Amsterdam, NETH
Nov. 19 - Effenaar - Eindhoven, NETH
Nov. 26 - Patronaat - Haarlem, NETH
Dec. 10 - Het Bolwerk - Sneek, NETH
Dec. 18 - Lucky - Rijssen, NETH

NEMESEA, who are fronted by 23-year-old Manda Ophuis (Photo#1, Photo#2, Photo#3), recently spent time in the studio recording their debut album, "Angel In the Dark", for a fall release through Ebony Tears Records. Guitars, bass and drums were laid down at Franky's Recording Kitchen while all choirs, strings, acoustic instruments and vocals were recorded at Studio Spitsbergen. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Angel In The Dark", "The Taker", "Beyond Evil", "Mortalitas", "Lucifer" and "Cry".


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