As the year approaches an end, the amount of exciting tours passing through Europe reaches its peak, with Australian metalcore giants The Amity Affliction making their long-awaited return to Belgian land alongside special guests Northlane, Stray From the Path and Wage War. We sent Dewi Mik to the Trix in Antwerpen to check it out, and you can find her shots below.

WAGE WAR

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STRAY FROM THE PATH

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NORTHLANE

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THE AMITY AFFLICTION

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The Amity Affliction’s new album, This Could be Heartbreak, is out now via Roadrunner Records.