Arcane Horizons

New Album

"Arcane Horizons"

Out Now!

Sarah Wolf

Brad Sturgis

Chris Radke

Lucas Weide

AJ Blakesley

Since their inception in 2011, Minneapolis-based band AFTERTIME have been perfecting a potent blend of Symphonic Metal and orchestral film scores. Their songs are larger-than-life and unapologetically epic, with a special focus on adventurous storytelling and marvelous atmospheres.

In 2020, AFTERTIME took the aforementioned sonic formula to the next level with the release of their debut album, titled “The Farthest Shore”. The record’s first-class production showcased their amazing range and powerful tone, and it was commended by the audience for being both an exciting step forward and the best possible introduction to their sound.

In 2021, AFTERTIME released a new EP, titled “Infinite Legacy”, whose storyline picked things up right where they were left off at the end of the album. To further manifest its title track’s message, a music video telling the history of mankind through several enticing animated sequences visually akin to cave paintings was also made available online.

Thanks to another successful crowdfunding campaign and the loyal support of their fans, AFTERTIME’s second full-length album, titled “Arcane Horizons”, will be released on May 10th, 2024. It marks the return of the incredible MPLS (imPulse) choir, features orchestrations by Vikram Shankar, and was mixed and mastered by Jack Kosto from Seven Spires.

In addition to their studio activity, those five companions have honed their live performance skills over the years, sharing stages nationwide with bands such as Epica, Within Temptation, Hammerfall, Delain, and Sirenia. They recently returned victorious from a tour with Seven Kingdoms and Osyron, and their prior history includes a North American run with Seven Spires in 2019, as well as an acclaimed performance at Mad With Power Fest in 2021.

To celebrate the release of “Arcane Horizons”, released on May 10, 2024, AFTERTIME gave a unique dual live performance titled “Requiem Metallum” alongside MPLS (imPulse) choir in their hometown of Minneapolis. On that special evening, they performed new songs, revisited fan favorites, and honored the musical tradition by playing tailored arrangements of some of the most beloved pieces of the classical repertoire.

De Reyna Artist Management:

Peter de Reyna


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