If you're already a fan of After Forever, I am probably not going to need to try to sell this to you, because you're probably already a huge fan of Floor Jansen's incredible, operatic vocals. However, if you're not already aware of Revamp (or After Forever), Revamp are still very much an interesting band. I had, in fact, never heard of After Forever, instead I discovered Revamp as they were supporting Epica in Germany. In fact, Revamp are very much similar in style to Epica, since Floor Jansen's voice is very much on a level with Simone Simon's, and their style of music has a lot in common.
That said, don't see Revamp as a clone of Epica or After Forever, they are actually a very talented and creative band, who have 100s of new ideas of their own. From the incredibly heavy opening riffs of "Here's My Hell", if you're a fan of female fronted or symphonic metal, you will be blown away.
My one and only complaint with the album, as some others have mentioned, is that some of the songs don't stand up to too much repeated listening. One or two are a little one dimensional and feel perhaps a little hurried. Nonetheless, with fantastic songs like the aggressive "Here's My Hell", "Million", and the fantastically dark and heavy three part track "In Sickness 'Till Death do us Part", there is more than enough to impress. The second part of "In Sickness..." (Disdain) is a massive highlight for me, with the heavy male vocals contrasting with Floor's soaring operatics.
Not a perfect album, and parts of it tire with too many listens, but it is definitely worth a listen for metal fans and existing Floor Jansen fans. Incidentally, Revamp are also fantastic to see live, as Floor will always put on an amazing performance, even heavier than you would expect from the album. Judging by this self titled debut, Revamp are going to be one to watch in the next few years, and you should definitely give them a chance.