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After the Fall are an Australian rock band from the Central Coast of New South Wales, formed in 2004. The band consists of vocalist Benjamin Windsor, drummer Andrew Atkins, bassist Matthew Gore and guitarist Mark Edward Warner.
Forming in 2000 on the Central Coast of New South Wales, After the Fall drew influences from Australian icons like Midnight Oil and AC/DC.
Their debut extended play (EP) As Far As Thoughts Can Reach was released in 2003, with the song "Three Quarter Binding" receiving airplay on Triple J. They established a following through tours with the likes of AFI, Dashboard Confessional and 28 Days.
Their debut studio album, After the Fall, was recorded in 2003, mainly in the band's own rehearsal space. It was produced by Richard Stolz, who had worked with the likes of Bodyjar and 28 Days. The single "Mirror Mirror" was high up in the Triple J Net 50 for a period of time following good airplay.