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Studio album by After the Burial
Released July 22, 2008
Recorded 2008
Genre Progressive metal, metalcore, deathcore[1]
Length 35:14
Label Sumerian
Producer Trent Hafdahl, Justin Lowe
After the Burial chronology
Forging a Future Self
In Dreams
Reissue cover
Cover for the 2009 reissue of Rareform.
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Review scores
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Allmusic (positive)[1]

Rareform is the second studio album by American progressive metal band After the Burial. It was released on July 22, 2008 through Sumerian Records. On September 15, 2009, the band released a re-mixed and re-mastered version of Rareform with alternative artwork and bonus features along with it being completely remastered with live drums and re-recorded vocals from the band's current vocalist, Anthony Notormaso in contrast to Grant Luoma, who performed lead vocals for After the Burial upon the first issue of Rareform. Both editions of the album were produced by the band's rhythm guitarist, Justin Lowe. Berzerker was featured in Saints Row: The Third

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by After the Burial. 

No. Title Length
1. "Berserker"   5:40
2. "Drifts"   4:09
3. "Cursing Akhenaten"   4:03
4. "Rareform"   3:03
5. "Aspiration"   4:40
6. "The Fractal Effect"   3:50
7. "Ometh"   4:15
8. "A Vicious Reforming of Features"   5:51
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After the Burial
  • Lerichard "Lee" Foral - bass guitar
  • Trent Hafdahl - lead guitar
  • Justin Lowe - rhythm guitar
  • Grant Luoma - vocals
  • Dan Carle - drums
  • Anthony Notarmaso - vocals (2009 re-release version)
  • Produced by Trent Hafdahl & Justin Lowe
  • Engineered by Trent Hafdahl
  • Mixed by Mark Softich & Justin Lowe
  • Mastered @ Spectre Studios, Seattle WA
  • A&R by Shawn Keith
  • Artwork by Damagework