Monday, June 6, 2011



About: Afterlife

Afterlife are a Hard Rock band from Glasgow, Scotland formed in early 2011. The band came together during down time from other projects and the drive to stay musically creative. It wasn't long before Afterlife became the primary focus for all of the members.

In July 2012, Afterlife independently released their debut E.P. 'ALPHA', which featured six tracks including; 'Afterlife', 'Never Fade' and
'Don't Come Cryin' To Me', all of which received UK and European radio play.

The band have since performed live supporting Swedish Rockers Bona‑fide, Nashville Pussy, the UK's own Terrorvision, Rock N' Roll royalty Thin Lizzy and more recently Scar The Martyr. Afterlife have also made a number of festival appearances including Scottish festival Les-Fest (2013), the Cambridge Rock Festival (2013), Hard Rock Hell (2012) and in March of 2014 opened the main stage at Hammerfest.

The debut album OMEGA was recorded during the summer of 2013 at a secluded studio overlooking Loch Fyne in Scotland and features 11 all new tracks including; 'What Do We Die For', 'Way Back Home', 'Energy, and 'Lost'. In September 2013 a music video for the song 'Lost' was released, which was ‑filmed during this recording session.

In the tail end of 2013, Afterlife signed a multi-album deal with Off Yer Recordings and OMEGA was released worldwide on the 2nd December 2013.

With the release of OMEGA, Afterlife have every intention of performing live throughout the UK and beyond.



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