18:44 - Troy Killjoy So your personal list, which is supposed to reflect your personal taste, isn't personal at all, but merely a reflection of what you think the general public thinks? Confusing.
18:43 - LeKiwi You don't have to enjoy something to appreciate it's quality. If I hated an album, there would probably be something wrong with it and hence would get a lower score. However, for higher ratings: appreciation vs. enjoyment.
18:43 - Erik M. Troy, hahaha I know right? That is totally logical, after all. Fearmeister, exactly what I think as well. Reviews might be more objective (sometimes), but still subjective in the end.
18:42 - Troy Killjoy Exactly. It isn't vote abuse if you just rate it what the general public rates it, right?
18:42 - Fearmeister Troy was just afraid of being reported for vote abuse ;)
18:41 - Troy Killjoy That's all I ever did. Everything I rated less than 5 was actually a personal favorite.
18:41 - Erik M. LeKiwi, you're implying that a reviewer doesn't judge music according to his/her tastes? Well sorry, but THAT does not make sense. Reviews are still subjective to a certain extent, whether you believe it or not.
This band's profile is 'invisible', meaning that it's much less prominent on the site - either because it's incomplete, or maybe doesn't entirely fit MS format.
After The Burial was founded during 2004. The group's first album entitled Forging A Future Self was self-distributed and released in 2006, they would later be signed to Sumerian Records for the release of their second album entitled Rareform in 2008. In 2009, Sumerian Records released a remastered version of Rareform using live drums along with rerecorded vocal tracks by the group's current vocalist, Anthony Notarmaso.