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Album: Anathema – distant satellites

June 2nd, 2014

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Anathema
distant satellites
Kscope
09 June 2014

by Cheryl Carter

Anathema’s rise as one of England’s premier rock bands has been a long time in its inception with the Liverpudlian group shifting their initial doomed, death metal sound into one that is completely at odds with their first forays into music. The Anathema of today is a band that creates uplifting, soulful landscapes of sound – sounds that bare pure emotion in their presentation and effect. 2012’s Weather Systems was a journey of bittersweet sentiment and this year distant satellites moves even further into the realms of discovery.

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Interview: Vincent Cavanagh from Anathema on Weather Systems, subterranean recording, and on what’s so special about KSCOPE

April 26th, 2012

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Last week, long-running gothicly-tinged progsters, Anathema, released Weather Systems, the highly-anticipated follow-up to 2010’s critical smash, We’re Here Because We’re Here. This gave us the perfect excuse to give the band’s frontman, Vincent Cavanagh, a call, and hope that our resident Anathema fanboy, Hugh Platt, wouldn’t get so excited that he’d forget all his carefully researched questions.

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Live: Kscope Night @ London Union Chapel – 30 September 2011

October 6th, 2011

When Kscope announced ‘A Night At The Union Chapel’ we knew it was going to be something truly special. Over the past few years this record label have been putting out some of the finest progressive music around, from Steven Wilson’s solo work to Ulver. Tonight’s one-off showcase features some of their finest talent performing stripped-down sets in an intimate setting. Who else could we send  to review it than Amit Sharma?

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Live: Anathema @ London King’s Cross Scala – 17 February 2011

February 21st, 2011

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As soon as we heard Anathema’ s last record We’re Here Because We’re Here we knew it was going to be a strong contender for Album Of The Year 2010. It’ s not often these days you discover an album that so defiantly establishes itself as an unquestionably flawless slab of musical genius. With rumours that they would be performing this album in its entirety at tonight’s sold-out show, not even a Rob Zombie-sized hangover was going to stop us from being there.

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