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The Prison Of Desirernrn1. Mea Culpa (The Embrace That Smothers - Prologue)rn2. Leaden Legacy (The Embrace That Smothers, Pt. 1)rn3. Semblance of Confusionrn4. Black Tombrn5. Follow in the Cry (The Embrace That Smothers, Pt. 2)rn6. Silence from Afarrn7. Inimical Chimerarn8. Tortuous Threnodyrn9. Yield to Temptation (The Embrace That Smothers, Pt. 3)rn10. Ephemeralrn11. Beyond MernrnAfter Forever is often lumped in with other metal bands that feature soprano vocals alongside growled male vocals and atmospheric keyboards. However, After Forever differs from Theatre of Tragedy and Tristania precisely in their bewildering array of influences: Therion in the choir sections; Nightwish in the neoclassical synth harmonies; At the Gates in the thrashy death metal riffs (sometimes with blast beats!); My Dying Bride and Within Temptation in the more "gothic" parts... However, these various elements are integrated by a uniform, remarkably clean production that should make this album palatable even to those normally turned off by death metal. Indeed, the soaring soprano vocals are much more upfront in the mix than the male growls and shrieks. Still, After Forever\'s identity confusion (the best term for this music may be "neoclassical gothic melodic death metal") did distract me at times, and if I were to hear a new A.F. song I\'m not sure I could say, "That sounds like After Forever," as they don\'t really have a unique sound.rnrnBut enough of this quibbling. The songwriting is skillful, the instrumentation is diverse and interesting (I particularly like the organ sound produced by the synthesizer), and the lyrics, while vague, tie the songs together thematically (I haven\'t quite figured out the whole concept yet). rnrnDecipher Ltd Edtrnrn1. Ex Cathedra: Ouverturern2. Monolith of Doubtrn3. My Pledge of Allegiance No. 1: The Sealed Fatern4. Emphasisrn5. Intrinsicrn6. Zenithrn7. Estranged: A Timeless Spellrn8. Imperfect Tensesrn9. My Pledge of Allegiance No. 2: The Tempted Fatern10. Keyrn11. Forlorn Hopern12. My Pledge of Allegiance No. 1 [*]rn13. Forlorn Hope [*]rnrnDecipher is After Forever\'s second studio release, produced by Stephen van Haestregt (drummer for Within Temptation/Paralysis/Ambeon) and released in 2001. The line-up includes frontwoman Floor Jansen, Mark Jansen (now in Epica) and Sander Gommans on guitar, Lando van Gils on synths, Luuk van Gerven as bassist, and is rounded out by drummer Andre Borgman (who is currently undergoing chemotherapy after being diagnosed with cancer). Anyone familiar with the works of Arjen A. Lucassen should remember Floor\'s soprano from various Ayreon and Star One records. This band has had well-deserved success throughout their home country of the Netherlands, allowing them to tour with such names as Samael, Orphanage, Nightwish and even an invitation to the European leg of Ozzfest in 2002.rnrnDecipher begins with the haunting "Ex Cathedra", an overture of choir and synths that displays the intricacy of AF\'s music. Lead single "Monolith of Doubt" follows, a dynamic number in which Floor is given an opportunity to show off her wide vocal range - definitely one of AF\'s better songs, and a fan favorite. Then we have the heavier tracks like "My Pledge of Allegiance #1" and "Zenith" that utilize the male vocals, courtesy of Mark Jansen. "Emphasis" is the closest AF will come to being "radio-friendly" on Decipher - an excellent headbanger where Floor once again takes the spotlight with vocal duties (and particularly shines on the wonderfully written chorus). "Intrinsic", a haunting and rather eerie ballad, is perhaps my favorite After Forever song (it\'s really hard to say), featuring some well-executed oboe sections and sporadically placed acoustic passages. The other ballad, "Imperfect Tenses" is also great, and shows a more atmospheric side to their sound. Closing Decipher is "Forlorn Hope", a song apparently written about the wars in the Middle East. What can I say...this song will KNOCK YOUR SOCKS OFF!!!!!!!!!! Believe me, I do not exaggerate, but the choral sections on this piece are the best After Forever have ever done. Both Floor and Mark\'s vocals are perfectly done and the guitars (especially a little solo towards the end) are marvelous. The album closes with the line "stop to let them suffer." Of course, if you have the digipak, you are presented with two re-recordings of "Pledge #1" and "Forlorn Hope" with new guitarist Bas Maas. These are completely unnecessary, as they sound identical to the originals, but nice packaging and a cool sticker are nothing to complain about.rnrnLike I said, After Forever are one of the few bands pushing the gothic metal genre into new directions. Many will compare them to countrymates Within Temptation, but the two are also very different. AF\'s music is more metallic and operatic, while WT\'s is poppier and possesses a somewhat Celtic feel. Both bands are great, and usually if you like one you\'ll like the other, but for fans of the more extreme genres of metal I\'d recommend After Forever slightly over Within Temptation (my favorite band, by the way). Do yourself a favor and check this one out....NOW!rnrnrnExordiumrnrn1. Line Of Thoughts (Instrumental) rn2. Beneath rn3. My Choice rn4. Glorifying Means rn5. The Evil That Men Do rn6. One Day I\'ll Fly AwayrnrnWhen I heard this long EP/min-album. It\'s excellent. Neo-classical metal. It\'s hard and symphonic and Floor Jansens voice is to freaking Die for. I first heard her sing on "Space Metal" by Star One. And I knew I had to check this band out. Unfortunately this is the only album I could order through where I work, I\'ll have to check the net for the rest I suppose, but I shall. This band is telented! I love their cover of Iron Maiden\'s (ROCK!) "The Evil that Men Do." Freaking awesome!rnrnInvisible Circlesrnrn1. Childhood In Minor rn2. Beautiful Emptiness rn3. Between Love And Fire rn4. Sins Of Idealism rn5. Eccentric rn6. Digital Deceit rn7. Through Square Eyes rn8. Blind Pain rn9. Two Sides rn10. Victim Of Choices rn11. Reflections rn12. Life\'s Vortex rnrnAfter Forever teased fans with what they were capable of on "Exordium"; now with "Invisible Circles" we get a better idea of the kind of power that this group holds in its hand. The band is labeled as Melodic Dark Metal and this fits especially well based on the lyrical storyline that is the basis of the album. The Soprano that is Floor Jansen blends her amazing voice with the sad topics of loss, hardship and disappointment in one\'s self. Behind her is a forceful group of talented musicians made up of Ben Maas (guitar, vocals), Sanders Gommans (guitars, grunts), Luuk Van Gerven (bass), Lando Van Gils (synths) and Andre Borgman (drums). The 6 member band has a full and in your face sound based on their musical abilities and the varied style of vocals presented during the songs. Both Sanders and Ben offer Floor accompaniment during the songs to some good result. Lead Singer Floor Jansen is stunning in her looks and a hurricane with her vocal prowess. One thing I felt when I heard her sing was a commanding power that is unlike the group\'s peers in Nightwish and Epica (also Dutch and led by former After Forever guitarist Mark Jansen). The piece wastes no time in showing you that After Forever means business with the rousing "Beautiful Emptiness" and it begins the tale of a young girl, a child of loveless parents. The enclosed booklet allows you to get the whole story in a lot more detail throughout its 16 pages. The story itself has some interesting moments but the dialogue between the central characters that is blended in some of the songs takes a little bit away from it. The level of some of this seems distant, and my guess was they wanted you to feel this was being overheard from a distance. That kind of perceptions is better left for video or television since an album makes you question your hearing or the recording process. I think that to make this a better concept album, the dialogue should have been less prevalent and perhaps spread out more between the songs.rnrnThere are a number of solid tunes on the album. One of my favorites is not heavy at all, but is a slow piano piece by Floor alone, entitled "Eccentric". During this tune, we get to see a softer side of Floor and just how beautiful her voice is when used in this fashion. Some fans might be reminded of when Amy Lee of Evanescence does this type of thing, however I feel that Floor has a better overall presence. Musically interesting at many points, I feel listeners will take to tracks like "Through Square Eyes" and "Blind Pain", mainly for the different changes in time and technical ability displayed. After Forever has a few good points in their favor and they do not sound like a Nightwish clone. This allows you to absorb their music and not feel like you have heard this somewhere before. "Invisible Circles" is the group\'s third full-length release and I believe this sets them apart from other groups who are fronted by powerful female vocalists. Check them out.rnrnAfter Foreverrnrn1. Discordrn2. Evokern3. Transitoryrn4. Energize Mern5. Equally Destructivern6. Withering Timern7. De-Energizedrn8. Cry With A Smilern9. Envisionrn10. Who I Amrn11. Dreamflightrn12. Empty Memoriesrn13. LonelyrnrnThis new cd has a different feel then the cds that came before. After Forever started out as a pure gothic metal band with some strange influences that felt middle eastern. Then Invisible Circles was released and the band got a more mainstream feel, and Floor Jansen\'s voice became main stage when her brother Mark Jansen left the band. When Remagine was realised they got a new synth artist which gave the band an even more mainstream goth metal feel. Remagine was the high point of After Forever\'s career. Floor was at her best with the guitars standing up perfectly behind her. This new cd, self-titled After Forever, strays away from the main staged Floor. They show a different side to their music which is more based on the sound behind the lyrics. The cd is still absolutely amazing, and Floor\'s voice is still there, just not as open. I listened to this band for the sole point of Floor\'s incredible voice, and now that it feels like their straying away from that beauty I\'m not sure what to think. That\'s my opinion on this cd and it is still worth buying if your an After Forever fan. Good luck with it and I hope you all love this new masterpiece.

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