This Friday’s Guest DJ: AFTER INFINITY

After Infinity is a Finnish band formed by guitarist and songwriter Zsolt Szilagyi, known for his work with Dreamtale and Frozen Factory. The band’s music encompasses a wide range of power and heavy metal styles, featuring dynamic compositions that seamlessly blend heavy guitar riffs, epic orchestrations, and powerful vocals with soft piano melodies and soulful singing. Their catchy and beautiful melodies are sure to captivate listeners.

Upon completing the writing of the first, self-titled After Infinity album, Szilagyi enlisted the help of some of his talented friends to bring his vision to life. Bassist Roi Partanen of Everfrost was brought on to record bass, while Gideon Ricardo of Woods of Wonders wrote the orchestrations. To further diversify the album, Szilagyi enlisted a number of accomplished vocalists, including Nitte Valo (Dreamtale, ex-Battle Beast), Mikael Salo (ex-Dyecrest, ex-Metal de Facto, ex-Everfrost), Leonard F. Guillan (ex-King Company), Stephen Baker (Frozen Factory), and Juanma Draven (Carved in Ashes). The album was mixed and co-produced by the talented Benji Connelly (Everfrost, Metal de Facto) and mastered by Mika Jussila at the magical Finnvox Studios.

On Friday’s Guest DJ Show guitarist Zsolt Szilagyi will introduce ten of his most influential Hard Rock and Metal tracks. After the show we will play a handful of tracks off After Infinity’s self titled debut album, due to be released March 13th. Tune in to check out the delicate playlist Zsolt put together and a preview of After Infinity’s brilliant debut album!

Learn more about the band here!

The Friday Guest DJ Hour Show airs at the following times

15:00 and 21:00 Central Europe
9:00 am and 3:00 pm US East Coast
6:00 am and 12:00 pm US West Coast

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While you wait check out the official video for the song “Crown of Clowns”:


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