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further seems forever: The Moon Is Downcompact discs
Further Seems Forever: The Moon Is Down

Released: Mar 27, 2001. Genre: Rock. Styles: Emo, Indie Rock. Number Of Tracks: 10. This band's ability to combine relatively dense guitar rock with an edge of experimentalism and a deep undertow of emotional uplift is more than just impressive ? it's practically inspiring.

POSTED: 07/31/2006 - 08:34 am

further seems forever: How To Start A Firecompact discs
Further Seems Forever: How To Start A Fire

Released: Feb 11, 2003. Genre: Rock. Styles: Emo, Post-Hardcore. Number Of Tracks: 20. Throughout How To Start A Fire, FSF shows off a greater understanding of formula. Their sound incorporates all of the genre's commonalities, but rousing material like "Against My Better Judgement" stays on its toes even as the levels are maxed out.

POSTED: 11/15/2004 - 07:48 pm

further seems forever: Hide Nothingcompact discs
Further Seems Forever: Hide Nothing

Released: Aug 24, 2004. Genre: Rock. Styles: Alternative CCM, CCM. Number Of Tracks: 10. It is still Further Seems Forever. Intricate winding guitars and great drumming with the time signature changes that we all love.

POSTED: 11/15/2004 - 04:58 am