In 1999 the second full-length album After the Eulogy was recorded, and Boysetsfire went on tour with Snapcase, as well as on Vans Warped tour. Also, Boysetsfire released a split EP with Snapcase in 1999, as well as with Shai Hulud and Coalesce in 2000. Their former bassist was replaced by Rob Avery. After being signed to Victory Records, the band moved to Wind-Up, an independent label distributed by Sony in the US. Tomorrow Come Today was then released in 2003.
After the Eulogy finds BoySetsFire full of intensity and hope. The band is fully in their prime, given plenty of new political material after witnessing 9/11 and its consequences. The band puts out their most heart-felt, intense music on the album, showcasing the pure virtuosity of their songwriting talents. The riffing drives forward, pulsing along with the fantastic drumming laid out by Krupanski. Some songs delve in a more metal realm while other songs stick to a hardcore punk feel. Nathan Gray sings intently here, focused on conveying a message of fighting for what is right.
After The Eulogy (CD, Album). After The Eulogy (CD, Album). After The Eulogy (CD, Album, Dig). Sony BMG Music Entertainment, Epic, Wind-Up.
Band Name BoySetsFire. Album Name After the Eulogy. Released date 21 July 2000. Labels Victory Records Wind-Up Records. Music StylePost Hardcore. Members owning this album12.
After The Eulogy Lyrics. Rise, Rise, Rise, Rise Rise, Rise, Rise, Rise. Written signed off in the obituary What happened to us Where's your anger, where's your fucking rage Watered down senses lost. Lazy, privileged Denial and self-gratified A tradition, passed down to Our blood stained hands. Give in, give up Give in, give up. Rise, Rise, Rise. Contented to strive for New worthless slogans We miss our potential For action and substance. Stand up, fight back Stand up, fight back
For those into politically driven, emotional hardcore punk, Boy Sets Fire is arguably one of the best, and this happened to be their breakthrough album, which found the band courted and later signed by the label otherwise known for modern rock monsters Creed.
Album by Boysetsfire. Still Waiting For The Punchline. The Abominations Of Those Virtuous. Our Time Honored Tradition Of Cannibalism. Compassion) As Skull Fragments On The Wall. My Life In The Knife Trade. Twelve Step Hammer Program.
Appears on the albums. BoySetsFire, Boy Sets Fire.
|A1||After The Eulogy||3:31|
|A3||Pariah Under Glass||2:22|
|A4||When Rhetoric Dies||3:40|
|A5||Still Waiting For The Punchline||2:23|
|A6||The Abominations Of Those Virtuous||4:43|
|B1||Our Time Honored Tradition Of Cannibalism||4:29|
|B2||(Compassion) As Skull Fragments On The Wall||2:51|
|B3||My Life In The Knife Trade||4:59|
|B4||Across Five Years||3:47|
|B5||Twelve Step Hammer Program||2:59|
|B6||The Force Majeure||3:49|
|VR119||Boysetsfire||After The Eulogy (LP, Album, Whi)||Victory Records||VR119||USA & Canada||2000|
|60150-13067-2||Boysetsfire||After The Eulogy (CD, Album, RE)||Wind-Up||60150-13067-2||US||2001|
|510778 4, WIN 510778 4||Boysetsfire||After The Eulogy (Cass, Album)||Epic, Wind-Up||510778 4, WIN 510778 4||Indonesia||2003|
|510778 2, WIN 510778 2||Boysetsfire||After The Eulogy (CD, Album)||Epic, Wind-Up||510778 2, WIN 510778 2||Europe||2003|
|VR119||Boysetsfire||After The Eulogy (CD, Album)||Victory Records||VR119||US||2000|