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After The Burial: Wolves Withincompact discs
After The Burial: Wolves Within

Released: Dec 17, 2013. Genre: Progressive Metal, Metalcore, Deathcore. Label: Sumerian Records. Number Of Tracks: 9. I always struggle with how to classify After The Burial exactly - they seem to flirt with hardcore, djent, metalcore, prog metal and all kinds of other metal sub-genres for brief forays. At the end of the day, they're a metal band and this album is worth a listen.

POSTED: 07/23/2014 - 05:16 am

After The Burial: In Dreamscompact discs
After The Burial: In Dreams

Released: Nov 23, 2010 . Genre: Progressive Metal / Technical Metal. Label: Sumerian Records. Number Of Tracks: 8. In Dreams is everything youve previously loved about After The Burial, now even better. With both expanding their brutality and creating more infectious melodies, In Dreams is surely one of the more creative releases of 2010.

POSTED: 11/26/2010 - 04:22 am

After The Burial: Rareformcompact discs
After The Burial: Rareform

Release Date: Jul 22, 2008. Label: Sumerian. Genres: Metal. Number Of Tracks: 8. On "Rareform," After The Burial changed their sound, but kept the components that make them After The Burial.

POSTED: 06/22/2009 - 06:08 am

After The Burial: Forging A Future Selfcompact discs
After The Burial: Forging A Future Self

Released: Jan 9, 2007. Genre: Progressive Metal/ Heavy Metal. Label: Corrosive Recordings. Number Of Tracks: 9. The album opens up with a peaceful classical acoustic piece, which upon completion, fades out and transitions into the mind boggling breakdown known as Pi.

POSTED: 06/01/2009 - 03:22 am