"Impressive and Immersive Listening Experience"
By Stephen Cummings (BeardBo & GH/UK)
(Image: © After Earth)
Introducing After Earth: A Powerful Melodic Death Metal Band from Sweden
Founded in 2017, After Earth is a Swedish band that has been making waves in the world of metal. Comprised of five skilled musicians, their sound is both forceful and melodic, blending each member's unique talent and sensibility. Despite facing multiple lineup changes and COVID-19 regulations in 2020, After Earth, persevered with determination and a love for metal to release their stunning debut album, "The Rarity of Reason."
"The Rarity of Reason" is a debut album that was released on August 18th, and it has already made quite an impression on fans of the metal genre. The album is a unique blend of Sabaton's powerful and anthemic sound with the progressive and technical style of In Flames. The result is a truly impressive and immersive listening experience that showcases the band's talent and creativity. From the intricate guitar riffs to the soaring vocals, every aspect of the album is carefully crafted and executed with precision. A great deal of thought and effort went into the making of "The Rarity of Reason," and the result is nothing short of remarkable. Fans of heavy music will not want to miss out on this incredible debut.
"The Rarity of Reason" is an album that has a lot of great tracks, but there are a few that stand out. The title track, "Rarity of Reason," is one of them. The epic intro immediately grabs your attention and sets the tone for the rest of the song. The catchy riffs keep you engaged and make it easy to get lost in the music. And when the chorus hits, you can't help but want to pump your fist in the air.
However "Rarity of Reason" isn't the only standout track on the album. “Prometheus," is another one that shines. The song has a great mix of heavy riffs and melodic vocals. It's the kind of song that you'll find yourself humming long after you've finished listening to it.
Then there's "Undermine my Suffocation," which rounds out the list of personal favourites. The intro is a little more subdued than the other two tracks, but it quickly builds to a crescendo that will have you headbanging along in no time.
Overall - Impressive Debut Album by After Earth: "The Rarity of Reasons"
Looking for some new music to get you pumped up? Look no further than After Earth's first album. "Legions," "Human Slave Machine," and "I Am What Remains" are also noteworthy tracks that boast powerful riffs and are sure to get you fist-pumping. Overall, "The Rarity of Reasons" is an impressive debut album that showcases the band's talents. Fingers crossed for some UK shows
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