*Anathema - New Video - Angels Walk Among Us - I Don't Have To Fight Any More





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Published on Jul 7, 2009

All images filmed by me (Sead).

About Anathema (from Wikipedia):

Anathema is an English band from the city of Liverpool, which, together with Paradise Lost and My Dying Bride, signaled their transition to atmospheric rock. Four-album deal with Peaceville Records. Touring with Cannibal Corpse. Gigs at the Independent Rock Festival in Brazil.

Vincent Cavanagh, the new vocalist to assume White role. This new formation debuted by touring with Cathedral.

The release of Eternity relied more on atmospheric sounds, and starting the transition to clean vocals; the album Judgement would later consolidate this style. A European tour followed. Alternative 4 released in 1998. Bassist/ songwriter Duncan Patterson quit due to musical differences and was replaced by Dave Pybus of Dreambreed. Martin Powell also joined the band. Finally, John Douglas returned to the drums.

In June 1999, the album Judgement was released, marking Anathema's complete shift, focusing instead on slower and more experimental songs. This new sound has been likened to artists such as Pink Floyd, Jeff Buckley, and to a lesser extent, Radiohead. Their songs continued to express a feeling of depression and, more often than not, desperation.

During the same year Martin Powell switched positions with Cradle of Filth's keyboardist Les Smith, who came to be an integral member of Anathema. Daniel Cavanagh announced his departure from the band, joining Duncan Patterson's band Antimatter. However, he later rejoined Anathema in 2003 for the release of A Natural Disaster, and started their European Tour. Upon the closing of their label Music for Nations after its purchase by Sony BMG, Anathema found itself without a record label, despite having completed an extensive tour of the UK with popular Finnish rock band HIM in April 2006. During their search for a new label, the band have adopted a more 'DIY' approach to music release, embracing the internet and releasing songs via their own website, for which fans may donate a monetary sum of their own choice.

The band's newest album was originally to be titled Everything. In August 2007, Danny Cavanagh responded by posting a blog to the bands MySpace page. The new album, now tentatively titled Paradigm Shift, would consist of perhaps fourteen songs broken up over two discs. During a concert in London he said that Steven Wilson of Porcupine Tree would produce the new album. Another name change to be titled Horizons. They are playing at London Forum, then a headline tour starting in Manchester on 4 November 2008 and to play the Islington Academy, London on 7 November. According to Metal Hammer magazine (Feb. 09), the band is considering record label offers for the release of their forthcoming album.

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