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Album Review

Tantric's sophomore effort is unflinchingly faithful to the formula of their successful 2001 debut. Aided again by Alice in Chains producer Toby Wright, the quartet banks mightily on that band's model, offering a mix of meaty hammer-down riffs, ringing acoustic guitars, and heaping helpings of the two-part harmony sound that's become Alice in Chains' legacy. As Kentuckians, Tantric's ex-Days of the New contingent does fit a pinch of Southern rock between the cheek and gum. But behind the typical bellow of Hugo Ferreira — who suggests everyone from Staley and Vedder to Aaron Lewis and the guy from Seether — After We Go becomes standard post-grunge fare. Highlights include the shredding lead riff of opener "Chasing After," as well as a satisfactory mid-album cover of Fleetwood Mac's "The Chain."

Customer Reviews

What happened??????

Love their debut, but was completely dissapointed when I heard this album. Too much emphasis on distorted 'grungy' guitars. Strikes me as being very over-produced. The songs just aren't that great this time around - a lot of them sound like they were written in about four minutes. There are are still a lot of vocal harmonies, but they sound off key or out of sync with the songs a lot of the time. There isn't a real catchy or standout original song here. Overall, this album left me with the feeling that Tantric, either on their own or under pressure from their label, made a major stylistic change. This sounds exactly like every other rock record played on the radio in 2003. It's sad too say, but the best track is their cover of "The Chain." Do yourself a favor and buy their first album, but stay VERY, VERY far away from this!


I loved them in Days of the New and I can't get enough of them as Tantric. The lyrics and music are very inspirational and thought provoking. One of the best kept secrects in music. Spread the word!!

Orginal and Hypnotic

Personally, I love bands that are able to incorperate acoustic guitar into their music, and Tantric is one of the best at achieving this while keeping their overall melody rocking. They have their own sound, and its damn addictive.


Formed: 1999

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The post-grunge outfit Days of the New rocked heavy in 1998 with their major-label eponymous debut and the singles "Solitude" and "Touch, Peel and Stand," and the boys from Louisville, KY, quickly absorbed the fast success and MTV's praise. But as soon as they enjoyed the rock & roll fast life, original bandmembers Todd Whitener (guitar), Jesse Vest (bass), and Matt Taul (drums) left the band after creative differences and whirlwind hype. Two years later, the three were still making music, but under...
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After We Go, Tantric
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music, Rock
  • Released: Feb 24, 2004

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