After The Fall has released today a live music video for “Decade,” the first song released from their upcoming full-length, Unkind. The song is about After The Fall’s first ten years as a band, with vocalist Mike Moak delivering meaningful lines: “I’ll never forget, a decade that came and went / Making noise with my best friends / I’d do it all over again.”
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Unkind will be made available via Paper + Plastick Records on March 19
In addition, After The Fall has announced a series of April tour dates in New York, Australia and Canada. Check out all of the tour dates below and post them if you can! We appreciate all the coverage.
After The Fall Tour Dates:
2/14 Albany, NY w/ Shai Hulud
2/15 Hudson, NY w/ Hush
4/4 Montreal, QC w/ Brutal Youth
4/5 Albany, NY w/ Brutal Youth
4/6 Manhattan, NY w/ Brutal Youth
4/10 Byron Bay AUS
4/11 Brisbane AUS
4/12 Newcastle AUS
4/13 Sydney AUS
4/14 Wollongong AUS
4/16 Sydney AUS
4/18 Adelaide AUS
4/19 Melbourne AUS
4/20 Melbourne AUS
4/21 Hobart AUS
5/15 Toronto, ON w/ Brutal Youth
5/16 Ottawa, ON w/ Brutal Youth
5/17 Montreal, QC POUZZA FEST
5/18 Montreal, QC POUZZA FEST
5/19 Montreal, QC POUZZA FEST
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More about After The Fall:
Albany, NY’s After The Fall will be expanding upon a decade-long career of punk rock with the release of its fourth studio full-length record, Unkind, on March 19, 2013 via Paper + Plastick Records.
The band – consisting of vocalist / guitarist Mike Moak, guitarist Tyler Paige, bassist / vocalist Will Savage, and drummer Chris Millington – recorded Unkind in its hometown with producer Tim Lynch. The record was mixed and mastered by The Descendents’ Stephen Egerton.
Serving as the follow-up to the Eradication LP, After The Fall’s newest release showcases a sound with more depth than the band has ever had before. With two other full-lengths under the band’s belt (2005’s Everything and 2009’s Fort Orange), the group has honed and perfected its craft and Unkind proves to be its most impressive work.
“This album was recorded as a four-piece,” Moak says, “which gave everything a little more depth. We’ve been a three-piece for the last four years but Will and Tyler rejoining the band have helped us flesh things out and get their influence in on this album and the songwriting.”
Between impressive guitar work on songs like “Decade,” the album’s closer, and Millington’s consistently relentless drumming presence, Unkind is a thrill ride through 12 tracks that never take a break in intensity.