History Music / AfterForever

14th Oct '16 4:52:51 PM tenryufan
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* WriteWhatYouKnow: Sander Gommans encountered many abused children while working as an art teacher, which inspired ''Invisible Circles''.
5th Mar '16 7:21:13 AM aye_amber
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* CoverVersion: "Who Wants to Live Forever" from the "Emphasis" single, and "One Day I'll Fly Away" and "The Evil That Men Do" from the ''Exordium'' EP. (Originally performed by Music/{{Queen}}, Music/RandyCrawford, and Music/IronMaiden respectively.)

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* CoverVersion: "Who Wants to Live Forever" from the "Emphasis" single, and "One Day I'll Fly Away" and "The Evil That Men Do" from the ''Exordium'' EP. (Originally performed by Music/{{Queen}}, Music/RandyCrawford, ''Randy Crawford,'' and Music/IronMaiden respectively.)
28th Sep '15 5:29:27 AM TheAndyman14
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* MyNaymeIs: There is only one "I" in ''Remagine''.
6th Feb '15 6:32:08 PM spirasen
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After Forever (1995-2009) was a Dutch SymphonicMetal band. They started out playing DeathMetal under the name Apocalypse, but had shifted styles by the time they released their first album in 2000. (They did continue to use death metal-style HarshVocals in addition to operatic female vocals.) They released five albums before disbanding in 2009, due to burnout.

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After Forever (1995-2009) was a Dutch [[UsefulNotes/TheNetherlands Dutch]] SymphonicMetal band. They started out playing DeathMetal under the name Apocalypse, ''Apocalypse'', but had shifted styles by the time they released their first album in 2000. (They did continue to use death metal-style HarshVocals in addition to operatic female vocals.) They released five albums before disbanding in 2009, due to burnout.



Members (as of breakup):

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Members (as of breakup):breakup:)



!Tropes that apply to After Forever

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* CoverVersion: "Who Wants To Live Forever" from the "Emphasis" single, and "One Day I'll Fly Away" and "The Evil That Men Do" from the ''Exordium'' EP. (Originally performed by {{Queen}}, Randy Crawford, and Music/IronMaiden respectively.)

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* CoverVersion: "Who Wants To to Live Forever" from the "Emphasis" single, and "One Day I'll Fly Away" and "The Evil That Men Do" from the ''Exordium'' EP. (Originally performed by {{Queen}}, Randy Crawford, Music/{{Queen}}, Music/RandyCrawford, and Music/IronMaiden respectively.)



* DownerEnding: The two songs constituting "My Pledge of Allegiance", which deals with a wife planning to leave her husband.

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* DownerEnding: The two songs constituting "My Pledge of Allegiance", Allegiance," which deals with a wife planning to leave her husband.



* GreenAesop: "Equally Destructive"

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* GreenAesop: "Equally Destructive"Destructive."



* MesACrowd: Floor in the video for "Digital Deceit".
* ThePowerOfLove: "Energize Me".
* RockOpera: ''Invisible Circles''
* ReligionRantSong: ''Prison of Desire'' contained the introduction and first three chapters of "Embrace That Smothers," a musical suite which flew over onto {{Epica}}'s work through the Mark Jansen connection.

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* MesACrowd: Floor in the video for "Digital Deceit".
Deceit."
* ThePowerOfLove: "Energize Me".
Me."
* RockOpera: ''Invisible Circles''
Circles''.
* ReligionRantSong: ''Prison of Desire'' contained the introduction and first three chapters of "Embrace That Smothers," a musical suite which flew over onto {{Epica}}'s Music/{{Epica}}'s work through the Mark Jansen connection. connection.



* SiameseTwinSongs: "Intrinsic"/"Zenith" from ''Decipher''. The latter almost comes off as a separate song if it weren't for the fading "eeee" at the start.

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* SiameseTwinSongs: "Intrinsic"/"Zenith" "Intrinsic" / "Zenith" from ''Decipher''. The latter almost comes off as a separate song if it weren't for the fading "eeee" at the start.



* StartMyOwn: Mark Jansen (no relation to Floor), their original guitarist, left due to CreativeDifferences and went on to form {{Epica}}.
** Floor formed Music/{{Revamp}} sometime after the splitup.

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* StartMyOwn: Mark Jansen (no relation to Floor), their original guitarist, left due to CreativeDifferences and went on to form {{Epica}}.
Music/{{Epica}}.
** Floor formed Music/{{Revamp}} sometime after the splitup.split-up.



* SurprisinglyGoodEnglish: though their earlier work does show signs of OohMeAccentsSlipping (A good example is the pronunciation of "Amnesia" in "Intrinsic")
* SymphonicMetal

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* SurprisinglyGoodEnglish: though Though their earlier work does show signs of OohMeAccentsSlipping (A good example is the pronunciation of "Amnesia" in "Intrinsic")
"Intrinsic.")
* SymphonicMetal SymphonicMetal



-->[[TheAce I am the queen; you know I'm loved by everyone]]

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-->[[TheAce I am the queen; you know I'm loved by everyone]]everyone]].
24th Dec '14 4:16:27 AM TheAndyman14
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* DownerEnding: The two songs constituting "My Pledge of Allegiance", which deals with a wife planning to leave her husband.


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* ThePowerOfLove: "Energize Me".


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* WhatYouAreInTheDark: The girl in "Digital Deceit" turns to TheInternet to create a persona where she is popular and liked:
-->[[ArchnemesisDad My father's will in here, it doesn't mean a thing]]
-->[[AbusiveParents And I don't fear his violent rage]]
-->[[TheAce I am the queen; you know I'm loved by everyone]]
14th Dec '14 11:06:10 PM TheAndyman14
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* Joost van den Broek (keyboards)

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* Joost van den Broek (keyboards)
(leopards)



* Jack Driessen (keyboards, 1995-2000)
* Lando van Gils (keyboards, 2000-2004)

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* Jack Driessen (keyboards, (leopards, 1995-2000)
* Lando van Gils (keyboards, (leopards, 2000-2004)



* MesACrowd: Floor in the video for "Digital Deceit".



* SiameseTwinSongs: "Intrinsic"/"Zenith" from ''Decipher''. The latter almost comes off as a separate song if it weren't for the fading "eeee" at the start.



** Floor formed Music/{{Revamp}} sometime after they splitup.

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** Floor formed Music/{{Revamp}} sometime after they the splitup.


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* SurprisinglyGoodEnglish: though their earlier work does show signs of OohMeAccentsSlipping (A good example is the pronunciation of "Amnesia" in "Intrinsic")
9th Oct '13 3:29:39 AM SventheCrusader
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Afterwards, Floor announced a new band called Music/{{Revamp}}.

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Afterwards, Floor announced a new band called Music/{{Revamp}}.
Music/{{Revamp}} and ultimately went on to join Music/{{Nightwish}} as lead vocalist after Anette Olzon's departure.
28th Sep '13 8:53:49 PM Gene0129
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23rd Sep '13 12:52:57 PM Gene0129
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** Floor formed Music/{{Revamp}} sometime after they splitup.
21st Sep '13 9:06:57 PM Gene0129
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After Forever (1995-2009) was a Dutch SymphonicMetal band. They started out playing DeathMetal under the name Apocalypse, but had shifted styles by the time they released their first album in 2000. (They did continue to use death metal-style HarshVocals in addition to operatic female vocals.) They released five albums before disbanding in 2009.

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After Forever (1995-2009) was a Dutch SymphonicMetal band. They started out playing DeathMetal under the name Apocalypse, but had shifted styles by the time they released their first album in 2000. (They did continue to use death metal-style HarshVocals in addition to operatic female vocals.) They released five albums before disbanding in 2009.
2009, due to burnout.
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