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After Forever


Progressive Metal

3.89 | 86 ratings

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3 stars Last official record of the Dutch "After Forever" that began in the "Gothic Metal", flirted with the "Prog Metal" and followed a variation between the "Heavy" and "Prog." With an omega on its cover may already be the sign of the inevitable demise of the band. An unprecedented event for the band was able to keep the original formation of the previous album ("Remagine"), formerly a member always went out and got another with each new release. This feature added to time the band itself suggests that this record is the most mature of these though not necessarily the best. The vocals of "Floor Jansen" lavish technique as for her singing was as natural as breathing. If "Andre Borgman" did not show much of its qualities to the album "Remagine," here he decided to venture further and point to it. In the track "Transitory" firmness in the markup, is definitely shown his ability. It is important when a musician is beyond their "obligation". One of the highlights of this album is the track "Energize Me" by all that it represents in addition to the performance of "Floor Jansen." "Equally Destructive" reminds us that the band liked the electronic moments from the previous album and decided in a more pleasant place them again. "Whithering Time" rescues the band's two albums with the difference that much more heavy. "Dreamflight" is the time "prog" this album. Their way the fifth and latest album honors itself with even distant memories of every moment of the band throughout their career. Hard to know if it was premeditated the end, but in any case, for those who like the band somehow remains ...

Vobiscum | 3/5 |


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