After the Eulogy

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After the Eulogy
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Studio album by Boysetsfire
Released July 21, 2000
Recorded Carriage House Studios, Stamford, Connecticut
Genre Post Hardcore, Hardcore punk, melodic hardcore
Length 47:12
Label Victory, Wind-Up
Producer Boysetsfire, Andy Katz, Nick Rotundo, Morgan Walker
Boysetsfire chronology
Coalesce / Boy Sets Fire
(2000)Coalesce / Boy Sets Fire2000
After the Eulogy
Live for Today
(2002)Live for Today2002
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

After the Eulogy is the second full-length release from Delaware band, Boysetsfire. The album was originally released in 2000 on Victory Records and was re-released in 2001 by Wind-Up Records.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "After the Eulogy" 3:31
2. "Rookie" 4:13
3. "Pariah Under Glass" 2:22
4. "When Rhetoric Dies" 3:40
5. "Still Waiting for the Punchline" 2:23
6. "The Abominations of Those Virtuous" 4:43
7. "Our Time Honored Tradition of Cannibalism" 4:29
8. "(Compassion) As Skull Fragments on the Wall" 2:51
9. "My Life in the Knife Trade" 4:59
10. "Across Five Years" 3:47
11. "Twelve Step Hammer Program" 2:59
12. "Unspoken Request" 3:24
13. "The Force Majeure" 3:49
14. "Timothy[2]" 4:18

Pop culture appearances[edit]

"Rookie" was featured in the video games 1080° Avalanche and Legends of Wrestling. The song was also used on the Downhill mountain biking section of the mountain bike film Roam by The Collective.


  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Only on 2001 re-release.