22:52 - Ilham What are you on about smegheads? Red Dwarf is hilarious.
22:41 - TrollandDie East coast Ireland at least gets some good weather every now and again. West coast has no hope however.
22:39 - moonflash Isn't that like a normal evening in Dublin? :P
22:37 - TrollandDie Yeah, I still find it entertaining overall. Speaking of sci-fi, SG-1 is on Pick atm. Good way to waste a Friday evening in pissing-rain Dublin.
22:35 - moonflash Ah yes, Red Dawrf. Something which combined two of my favourite things: British comedy and Science Fiction. I've seen a lot of episodes from it back when it ran on BBC2. Real good stuff, should watch it back to back.
22:35 - !J.O.O.E.! It's pretty low brow stuff. I do find it funny though. I probably enjoy it more as a sci fi show though oddly enough.
22:33 - TrollandDie I always found Red Dwarf to have brilliant concepts, but just never found it that funny. So good sci-fi but meh comedy.
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.