Forging a Future Self is the debut album by American progressive metalcore band After the Burial. It was recorded in 2005 and released on March 1, 2006 through Corrosive Recordings. The songs "Warm Thoughts of Warfare", "Forging a Future Self", "Isolation Theory" and "Fingers Like Daggers" were originally recorded for the band's Demo 2005
Forging A Future Self Lyrics. I'll carry out the plans of old I'll dig through the remains of my ruins I'll dig through the remains. Unearthing something, truly remarkable Once hidden by your opaque heart. I'll carry out plans of old Digging through the remains of my ruins From this day forth, your love will poison no longer
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The album's title song "Forging A Future Self" is the clearest example of the few songs where things don't get too convoluted, and things tend a bit towards a purely metalcore approach with a fairly melodic and thrashing gloss, though it does get a bit mathematical during the one djenty breakdown about halfway through and the vocals are a tad schizophrenic. Overall this is a decent album if taken in small doses, but it can be a bit of a struggle to get through the whole thing in a single sitting given all the disjointed elements involved. After the Burial may not be some one-dimensional deathcore act, but they still have a long way to go from this hardscrabble debut. Forging a Tortured Self - 40%.
Forging A Future Self". Please cut this noose. Untie these hands for me. They will insurrect my former self. Perfect its imperfections. I'll carry out the plans of old. I'll dig through the remains of my ruins. Unearthing something truly remarkable once hidden by your opaque heart. I'll carry out plans of old. Digging through the remains of my ruins. From this day forth, your love will poison no longer. A strange suffocation, enticing existence. It's comforting, the artificial life. After The Burial Lyrics. album: "Forging A Future Self" (2006). A Steady Decline Isolation Theory The Forfeit Fingers Like Daggers Forging A Future Self Warm Thoughts Of Warfare Engulfed Redeeming The Wretched. Forging A Future Self" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.
Band Name After The Burial. Album Name Forging a Future Self. Released date 09 January 2007. Labels Self-Produced. Produced by Justin Lowe. Music StyleDeathcore. Members owning this album55. 1. Pi (the Mercury God of Infinity). 5. Fingers Like Daggers. 6. Forging a Future Self. 7. Warm Thoughts of Warfare.
After the Burial is, so far, a melting pot of traits of today’s metal scene(s). In addition to the harsh vocals, breakdowns occur very often within Forging a Future Self, adding a metalcore element to their overall sound. Situated in between these moments are an abundance of melodic guitar riffs and arpeggios of the progressive sort, which prove to be some of the more enjoyable moments of the album and help it abstain from any possible bland tone. The occasional solos are exceptional as well, nothing gratuitous as they make their appearances when a song begins to stale slightly. To make matters worse, the production on this self-produced album is pretty raw. It flatters the more melodious guitar lines, but these breakdowns sound very jerky and feeble, as opposed to the fortitude shown by those of such bands as All Shall Perish or Between the Buried and Me circa The Silent Circus.
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