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Bands alphabetical country genre Labels alphabetical country Reviews R. The whole album is very technical. Nothing to be salvaged nothing to be saved. Have you thought that the lower notes on the guitars are only good for power chords and rhythm, the higher notes – for leads and the middle range – for bridging the gap? There is a talent on display here, but for myself the great riffing is only brought low when they break into the more generic grooves.

Be weary though, as After the Burial isn’t a melodic after the burial rareform metal band or a trendy deathcore outfit, but more of a metalcore band with flare.

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. The standout tracks are “Drifts”, “Ometh”, and “Cursing Akenaten”.

Rarefork the extremely melodic guitar work in “Ometh”, to the insanely fast breakdown at the end of “Drifts, this band has something to cover all their bases. The vocals are probably the weakest part of this band. Cover for the reissue of Rareform. Early evening sundowns make nights seem more like Borealis dreams.


Releasing demons and banishing them to the depths of bloody memories and regrets.

After the Burial – Rareform – Reviews – Encyclopaedia Metallum: The Metal Archives

With this in mind, the short length of the album is bittersweet: Rareform is not a total miss. After The Burial have really tried to step away from the metalcore bugial that is becoming so stale after the burial rareform it’s Autumn years and what the future holds for them will be interesting to say the least. Please read the disclaimer. This album is basically technical melodic death metal with Meshuggah breakdowns and some heavier death metal riffing.

Just imagine the time signatures and grooves of Meshuggah buria with the melody and technicality of With Passion without the over usage of sweep picking.

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TheMetalcoreDudeMarch 18th, Djent isn’t the easiest genre to make a name in; the nature of the style makes it difficult to compare bands intelligently without a degree in music. The album’s songs are mostly melodic riffs, pretty nice shredding solos, some really sweet softer melodies that are my favorite part of the album. About 6 months ago, I actually went and listened to After the Burial and all my preconceptions vanished.

I’m very impressed, having never listened to this band before. Instead, one can focus on a number of other problems that crop up over the album’s oddly short runtime. Cut compassion from your mind forget what it means to cherish life. There’s simply a human element that no computer can simulate, and instead the album’s instrumental sections can start to resemble a GuitarPro playback.


After The Burial: Rareform – Sumerian Records

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A afted crown adorns his noble brow. Straighten your limbs brush off the dust after the burial rareform bandages restrain you no more. Definitely a band to keep an eye on. The rhythm guitar actually did far more for me as a listener than the leads – the chords in rrareform rhythm parts are far more inventive, and the low tuning makes some of the less straightforward chords sound like something from a Swedish melodeath band.

As the killing season comes to a close take whats buriak and start again. Only a few last words about the aforementioned “Meshuggah parts”: The Fractal Effect 7.