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After the Fall

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1. After the Fall is a rock band from Sydney, New South Wales and formed in 2000. From the Central Coast of New South Wales, the band members are Ben Windsor (vocals), Andrew Atkins, Matthew Gore (bass) and Mark Warner (guitar). Popular songs include “Mirror Mirror” and “The Fighter”. The band have played at festivals such as Homebake, The Falls, Splendour in the Grass and Livid. They currently have four albums to date.

2. After the Fall (CT) - Progressive rock band from Connecticut formed in the 1980’s. The band released a few albums exclusively on cassette which were re-issued on CD as a compilation titled Before… in the late 90’s. They released three more albums In a Safe Place (1998), The Living Drum (2001) and kNOwleDGE in 2005 before going on hiatus. After the Fall regrouped in 2011 after being invited to perform at the inaugural year of the OhioProg progressive rock festival to be held in 2012.

3. After the Fall (NY) - Melodic Hardcore from Albany, NY since 2000. 2 full lengths recorded at Bill Stevenson’s studio THE BLASTING ROOM (descendents, rise against, less than jake) and also a few 7 inches and EP’s. After the Fall recently released FORT ORANGE on cd/lp and are currently on tour in support. COLLAR CITY is a new 3 song 7” released Jan 5 2010 on MIGHTIER THAN SWORD RECORDS.
if you want to avoid other ATF’s just go to:
http://www.myspace.com/afterthefall518

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