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After satisfying most of their wildest progressive metal aspirations with 2004's intricately conceptual Invisible Circles, Holland's After Forever took the virtually opposite route with their 2005 follow-up, Remagine, which, true to its title (and as indicated by the distraction-free front cover band photo, highlighting striking singer Floor Jansen), produced some of the most commercial and straightforward songwriting of the band's career. Of course, the group still couldn't resist kicking things off with a one of those token, instrumental intro snippets… read more



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  • Avatar for Piotr1981
    I don't care about the cover. I really like the music and that is what counts to me. Some of my favourite AF tracks are on this album :)
  • Avatar for denkub
    Awful cover, great album. Definitely one of their best.
  • Avatar for Draxus7
    Better than Invisible Circles, quite underrated piece of work just because this ugly cover.
  • Avatar for EpicaSimons
    Man...that..badass cover
  • Avatar for Abetancourt_
    Definitely "Remagine" is one of my favorites from them. Lol, that cover.
  • Avatar for Fran_turunen
    By far, their weakest album. [2]
  • Avatar for jaquefilth
    Man,this cover is so..strange,but is my second favorite After Forever's album
  • Avatar for Dunkeldal
    I realy like this album. The cover puts me off a little but it's not cover that counts, it's music, which is great.
  • Avatar for J-e-r-p-p-A
    I used to neglect this album a little considering it to be clearly inferior to Invisible Circles and the self-titled. Lately I'm actually starting to think it might be their best.
  • Avatar for CodaMarine
    Yes, Floor's hair is ugly and her cloths as well but FUCK THAT! This album is musically amazing! Floor's voice is powerful and awesome as usual and the music is catchy and amazingly good

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