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American doom groove metal band Hereafter drops first single from new EP; »Overcome« out on August 8th via Sonic Velocity Records!

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania based doom groove metal band Hereafter has announced their new EP, titled »Overcome«, which will see the light on August 8th, 2023 via Sonic Velocity Records.

Listen to the first single and title track »Overcome« below!

Featuring current and former members of Executuon Order, Blood Feast, Burned In Effigy and Corners Of Sanctuary.

Courtesy of March Baby Media PR:

Hereafter, the American doom groove metal troupe from Philadelphia is releasing their new EP, »Overcome«, digitally on August 8th via Sonic Velocity Records (USA). The EP is now available for pre-order.

Spotify pre-order »Overcome«:

Following last summer’s galvanized debut EP, »Fires Of The Flame«, Hereafter sets to up the ante on their special blend of rhythmic Metal with this sophomore release. The first single, the EP’s title track, »Overcome«, is now available for streaming via an audio video.

“This EP really takes the band to a different level,” said guitarist and EP producer Mick Michaels. “We definitely wanted to thicken things up a bit more from the first EP… and I think we accomplished that.”

Hereafter’s arsenal consists of vocalist Chris Natalini (Executuon Order, former Blood Feast), bassist Robert Bigler (Burned In Effigy), drummer Mad T (Corners Of Sanctuary) and guitarist Mick Michaels (Corners Of Sanctuary).

“This time around we tried a few different things and they came out amazing,” said vocalist Chris Natalini. “What started as an idea has turned into a second release and I couldn’t be any more excited…can’t wait for people to hear it.”

At the moment, there are no plans for the band to perform live; being primarily a studio project, member schedules aren’t currently offering much leeway for shows. However, the band has discussed putting together a deluxe album combining both EPs and including bonus material sometime in the future.

“The music and lyrics are filled with raw emotion…with a touch of darkness added in,” Natalini added. “Different than the last release but it just goes to show where we are headed for the future.”

»Overcome« is available now for Spotify pre-order. The EP officially drops digitally on August 8th and a limited quantity of CDs will also be available by contacting the band directly.

Bojan Bidovc // music enthusiast, promoter, misanthrop and sometimes a journalist as well

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