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Category: Gothic Doom

Year: 2001

Label: Transmission Records

Catalog Number: TM-029

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After Forever Decipher Album Cover

Floor Jansen soprano
Mark Jansen guitars, screams
Sander Commans guitars, grunts
Lando van Cils synths
Luuk van Cerven bass guitar
Andre Borgman drums, acoustic guitars

Guest Musicians
Ebred Reijnen solo violin
Noemi Bodden violin
Janine Baller viola
Carla Schrijner violincello
Roxane Steffen double bass
Irma Kort oboe on Intrinsic and My Pledge of Allegiance #1
Jack Pisters citar on My Pledge of Allegiance #1 & My Pledge of Allegiance #2
Rein Kolpa tenor on Imperfect Tenses
Cees Kieboom additional keyboards and piano

After Forever Choir
Hans Cassa bass
Caspar De Jonge tenor
Marga Okhuizen alto
Ellen Bakker soprano on Ex Cathedra, Estranged, and Forlorn Hope
1.  Ex Cathedra (Overture)  2:02
2.  Monolith of Doubt  3:32
3.  My Pledge of Allegiance #1 (The Sealed Fate)  6:25
4.  Emphasis  4:20
5.  Intrinsic  6:44
6.  Zenith  4:22
7.  Estranged (A Timeless Spell)  6:57
8.  Imperfect Tenses  4:08
9.  My Pledge of Allegiance #2 (The Tempted Fate)  5:07
10.  The Key  4:49
11.  Forlorn Hope  6:20
Total Running Time:  54:46

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Existing comments about this CD

From: mr shy Date: August 22, 2002 at 13:40
great cd more of this plz !!!!

From: Yudhi Ardian Date: November 8, 2002 at 21:30
I have listened you sample songs : Follow In The Cry, Leaden Legacy and Yield To Temptation, and i got that songs from your Website. Very Great song i've ever heard. I am : Yudhi Ardian, 28th, male, I'm an announcer in Radio Suara Sakti 105.1 FM Semarang, Centre of Java, Indonesia. We have a special program, 'Monster Of Rock'. Would you like to send me your CD sample, please. Send to : Yudhi Ardian Radio Suara Sakti FM Jl. Kawi No. 29 Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia,Thanx..

From: Rycheage Date: May 16, 2003 at 2:37
Suffice to say that Decipher has topped Prison Of Desire in every conceivable way. From the even better artwork, songs, atmosphere, vocal performance, production and maturity, the band has managed to somehow outdo themselves and crank up greatness to another level.

From: Eternity Date: August 17, 2003 at 9:49
If you want my opinion, the comment I made on the Prison of Desire album were concerning not just that album but all abums that are and are to be.

From: Nemhauser Date: October 3, 2003 at 22:51
Prison of Desire was a huge thunderstorm in gothic metal. AF's style is known and although Decipher is better than Prison of Desire, it's doesn't have such great impact to people who listened the first album. But still, every gothic metal lover must own this album.

From: Roach from VN Date: October 4, 2003 at 22:45
I feel so good when just listen this album (,her voice like angel

From: Anna Date: January 16, 2004 at 21:26
This album is excellent, i have to say that the melodic, the Floor's vocal, the classical style...all so wonderful.Oh Gosh, you can not miss this album. Believe me, it's not a copycat from Within Temptation. It has own style.

From: Zommy Date: May 31, 2004 at 17:06
This CD made me realise that all the other CDīs in my 500+ collection just didnīt mean a thing... outstanding, a must have.

From: Intruder Date: June 22, 2004 at 8:47
It's one of those albums that you just can't stop listening...

From: Jonny_B Date: September 10, 2004 at 21:58
An excellent album, even if it has a male-growler. I'm surprised that neither 'Exordium' nor 'Invisible Circles' are listed here.

From: _REvSKie Date: December 22, 2004 at 9:09
dont stop to do more your big fan from philippines....i like yourrr all albums. After forever(more power to all of you).

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