|Studio album by|
|Released||August 26, 2008 |
March 23, 2010 (reissue)
|Genre|| Heavy Metal |
|Length||47:48 (Original Release) |
50:46 (Deluxe Edition)
|Producer||Alex Gerst |
Joe Marlett (re-mixing and re-remastering)
|Singles from Through Tomorrow|
Through Tomorrow is a debut album by the heavy metal band Seasons After. Originally, it was released in 2008 and then remastered, remixed and released again in 2010, with an acoustic version of "Cry Little Sister" as a bonus track.The song "11:11" was chosen to be the album's first single. The second single off the album is a cover of the 1980s classic "Cry Little Sister" by Gerard McMann' made famous from the film The Lost Boys . The music video for the song premiered on MTV2's Headbanger's Ball.
|1.||"Some Things Burn"||4:43|
|3.||"On Your Own"||4:39|
|10.||"Cry Little Sister"||4:02|
|11.||"The Worst Parts"||4:18|
|12.||"Cry Little Sister (Acoustic Version)"||4:07|
The album received generally favorable reviews with some reviewers claiming: "The album has a few potential hit singles that could win over a large audience, while their more aggressive side will bring in those that tend to view modern rock radio with contempt".
The album's musical direction has also been compared to the bands such as Avenged Sevenfold, Bullet for My Valentine, and Killswitch Engage.[ citation needed ]
|Year||Album details||Peak chart positions|
|The Billboard 200||Top Heatseekers||Top Rock Albums|
|2010||Through Tomorrow ||-||-||-|
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