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After Forever


Progressive Metal

3.02 | 26 ratings

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3 stars When I read in a magazine that the band put electronic elements into their music was a little worried because I had heard other bands with similar sound that did not get a very nice result. A year after launch "Invisible Circles", a concept album with progressive elements, the band decided to change focus. More heavy than before, and somehow the electronic inserts to help. Inevitably "Joost van den Broek" stands out because of the keyboard and electronic arrangements but again the high point is the individual with the singer "Floor Jansen." Here in "Progarchives" stated that he ("Joost van den Broek") played bass but as far as I know he played keyboard even. "Lando Van Gils" (keyboardist) left the band after "Invisible Circles" and who came up with was "Joost van den Broek". Tracks that stand out are: "Boundaries Are Open " , "Being Everyone", and "Strong ". In short, the album presents itself as a more heavy, far away from the gothic and prog.
Vobiscum | 3/5 |


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