1. Anathema’s ‘A Sort of Homecoming’ cathedral concert film by Lasse Hoile is OUT NOW.
    For more details visit kscopemusic.com/anathema

    'A Sort of Homecoming' is available as:
    4 DISC SPECIAL EDITION http://bit.ly/1fI5Rpj
    2CD + DVD-V: http://bit.ly/1PAvrJ0
    Blu-ray: http://bit.ly/1EmxEYo
    3LP: http://bit.ly/1JlyYHB
    or from Omerch omerch.eu/shop/anathema/
    Digital – smarturl.it/ASOHC_Digital

    anathema.ws/
    kscopemusic.com/anathema

    Directed by Lasse Hoile (Steven Wilson / Katatonia /Opeth), 'A Sort of Homecoming' is a stunning concert film of Anathema’s homecoming show on March 7th 2015 in the spectacular setting of the Liverpool Cathedral. Set for release on 30th October through Kscope (Steven Wilson, TesseracT, Katatonia) the concert was described by Prog Magazine as “a once in a lifetime experience that words can barely do justice.”

    Anathema have spent the vast majority of their career making music that defies description. Formed in the mid 90s, they have risen to become one of the UK’s most cherished and critically acclaimed rock bands.

    With their star rising ever higher, Anathema returned in 2014 with Distant Satellites. The new studio album showcased another imperious forward step into the realm of miraculous songwriting. It has proved to be the band’s most widely acclaimed & celebrated record reaching 32 in the UK charts with the likes of The Guardian (UK), Metal Hammer (UK /DE), Kerrang (UK), Classic Rock (UK/DE), Prog Magazine (UK), Aardschok (NL), Rock Hard (DE), Rolling Stone (Aus)heaping praise on the album.

    During 2014 & 15 the band toured the world extensively to promote Distant Satellites both as a full band and also with a stripped down acoustic show. It was the band’s performance at a one-off show at Gloucester Cathedral in 2014 that opened up a new chapter, giving them an opportunity to set the music in an ornate, beautiful environment. In March 2015 the band played an acoustic tour of Cathedrals in the UK that culminated in a sold out show in the impressive Liverpool Cathedral, the band’s hometown.

    Having previously worked with Anathema on their acclaimed ‘Universal’ concert film, Lasse Hoile captured the 100 minute acoustic set in high definition against the sensational backdrop of Liverpool Cathedral. Featuring 15 songs selected from the albums Distant Satellites, Weather Systems, We’re Here Because We’re Here, A Natural Disaster and Alternative 4, the ‘Anathema Acoustic’ trio of Daniel Cavanagh, Vincent Cavanagh and Lee Douglas were joined by rhythm section John Douglas & Jamie Cavanagh, alongside their very talented close friend David Wesling on cello who also played on Hindsight (2009) and A Moment In Time (2006). For this exclusive performance the band were also joined by the renowned violinist, Anna Phoebe on a haunting rendition of ‘Anathema’. The audio has been produced and mixed by Christer-André Cederberg who worked on Distant Satellites, Universal and Weather Systems, with the cover and booklet artwork featuring the stunning photography from the show and behind the scenes by long time collaborator Caroline Traitler. This is the first Anathema live release to feature a 5.1 audio mix, engineered by Bruce Soord.

    'A Sort of Homecoming' tracklist:
    The Lost Song Part 2
    Untouchable Part 1
    Untouchable Part 2
    Thin Air
    Dreaming Light
    Anathema
    Ariel
    Electricity
    A Temporary Peace
    The Beginning And The End
    Distant Satellites
    Take Shelter
    Internal Landscapes
    A Natural Disaster
    Fragile Dreams

    Kscope are set to release 'A Sort of Homecoming' as :
    Anathema’s ‘A Sort of Homecoming’ cathedral concert film by Lasse Hoile is OUT NOW. For more details visit kscopemusic.com/anathema

    'A Sort of Homecoming' is AVAILABLE as:
    4 DISC SPECIAL EDITION featuring 2 CD – concert audio (100 mins), DVD – full concert plus an additional behind the scenes film ‘A Temporary Peace’ and concert on Blu-ray disc. In a deluxe rigid media book with 36 page booklet, presented in a slipcase.
    http://bit.ly/1fI5Rpj
    2CD + DVD-V: http://bit.ly/1PAvrJ0
    Blu-ray: http://bit.ly/1EmxEYo
    3LP: http://bit.ly/1JlyYHB
    Digital – smarturl.it/ASOHC_Digital

    anathema.ws/
    kscopemusic.com/anathema

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  2. Anathema’s ‘A Sort of Homecoming’ cathedral concert film by Lasse Hoile is OUT NOW.
    For more details visit kscopemusic.com/anathema

    'A Sort of Homecoming' is available as:
    4 DISC SPECIAL EDITION http://bit.ly/1fI5Rpj
    2CD + DVD-V: http://bit.ly/1PAvrJ0
    Blu-ray: http://bit.ly/1EmxEYo
    3LP: http://bit.ly/1JlyYHB
    or from Omerch omerch.eu/shop/anathema/
    Digital – smarturl.it/ASOHC_Digital

    anathema.ws/
    kscopemusic.com/anathema

    Directed by Lasse Hoile (Steven Wilson / Katatonia /Opeth), 'A Sort of Homecoming' is a stunning concert film of Anathema’s homecoming show on March 7th 2015 in the spectacular setting of the Liverpool Cathedral. Set for release on 30th October through Kscope (Steven Wilson, TesseracT, Katatonia) the concert was described by Prog Magazine as “a once in a lifetime experience that words can barely do justice.”

    Anathema have spent the vast majority of their career making music that defies description. Formed in the mid 90s, they have risen to become one of the UK’s most cherished and critically acclaimed rock bands.

    With their star rising ever higher, Anathema returned in 2014 with Distant Satellites. The new studio album showcased another imperious forward step into the realm of miraculous songwriting. It has proved to be the band’s most widely acclaimed & celebrated record reaching 32 in the UK charts with the likes of The Guardian (UK), Metal Hammer (UK /DE), Kerrang (UK), Classic Rock (UK/DE), Prog Magazine (UK), Aardschok (NL), Rock Hard (DE), Rolling Stone (Aus)heaping praise on the album.

    During 2014 & 15 the band toured the world extensively to promote Distant Satellites both as a full band and also with a stripped down acoustic show. It was the band’s performance at a one-off show at Gloucester Cathedral in 2014 that opened up a new chapter, giving them an opportunity to set the music in an ornate, beautiful environment. In March 2015 the band played an acoustic tour of Cathedrals in the UK that culminated in a sold out show in the impressive Liverpool Cathedral, the band’s hometown.

    Having previously worked with Anathema on their acclaimed ‘Universal’ concert film, Lasse Hoile captured the 100 minute acoustic set in high definition against the sensational backdrop of Liverpool Cathedral. Featuring 15 songs selected from the albums Distant Satellites, Weather Systems, We’re Here Because We’re Here, A Natural Disaster and Alternative 4, the ‘Anathema Acoustic’ trio of Daniel Cavanagh, Vincent Cavanagh and Lee Douglas were joined by rhythm section John Douglas & Jamie Cavanagh, alongside their very talented close friend David Wesling on cello who also played on Hindsight (2009) and A Moment In Time (2006). For this exclusive performance the band were also joined by the renowned violinist, Anna Phoebe on a haunting rendition of ‘Anathema’. The audio has been produced and mixed by Christer-André Cederberg who worked on Distant Satellites, Universal and Weather Systems, with the cover and booklet artwork featuring the stunning photography from the show and behind the scenes by long time collaborator Caroline Traitler. This is the first Anathema live release to feature a 5.1 audio mix, engineered by Bruce Soord.

    'A Sort of Homecoming' tracklist:
    The Lost Song Part 2
    Untouchable Part 1
    Untouchable Part 2
    Thin Air
    Dreaming Light
    Anathema
    Ariel
    Electricity
    A Temporary Peace
    The Beginning And The End
    Distant Satellites
    Take Shelter
    Internal Landscapes
    A Natural Disaster
    Fragile Dreams

    Kscope are set to release 'A Sort of Homecoming' as :
    Anathema’s ‘A Sort of Homecoming’ cathedral concert film by Lasse Hoile is OUT NOW. For more details visit kscopemusic.com/anathema

    'A Sort of Homecoming' is AVAILABLE as:
    4 DISC SPECIAL EDITION featuring 2 CD – concert audio (100 mins), DVD – full concert plus an additional behind the scenes film ‘A Temporary Peace’ and concert on Blu-ray disc. In a deluxe rigid media book with 36 page booklet, presented in a slipcase.
    http://bit.ly/1fI5Rpj
    2CD + DVD-V: http://bit.ly/1PAvrJ0
    Blu-ray: http://bit.ly/1EmxEYo
    3LP: http://bit.ly/1JlyYHB
    Digital – smarturl.it/ASOHC_Digital

    anathema.ws/
    kscopemusic.com/anathema

    # vimeo.com/144368986 Uploaded
  3. Kscope presents Anathema’s ‘A Sort of Homecoming’ cathedral concert film. For more details visit kscopemusic.com/anathema

    Directed by Lasse Hoile (Steven Wilson / Katatonia /Opeth), 'A Sort of Homecoming' is a stunning concert film of Anathema’s homecoming show on March 7th 2015 in the spectacular setting of the Liverpool Cathedral. Set for release on 30th October through Kscope (Steven Wilson, TesseracT, Katatonia) the concert was described by Prog Magazine as “a once in a lifetime experience that words can barely do justice.”

    During 2014 & 15 the band toured the world extensively to promote Distant Satellites both as a full band and also with a stripped down acoustic show. It was the band’s performance at a one-off show at Gloucester Cathedral in 2014 that opened up a new chapter, giving them an opportunity to set the music in an ornate, beautiful environment. In March 2015 the band played an acoustic tour of Cathedrals in the UK that culminated in a sold out show in the impressive Liverpool Cathedral, the band’s hometown.

    Having previously worked with Anathema on their acclaimed ‘Universal’ concert film, Lasse Hoile captured the 100 minute acoustic set in high definition against the sensational backdrop of Liverpool Cathedral. Featuring 15 songs selected from the albums Distant Satellites, Weather Systems, We’re Here Because We’re Here, A Natural Disaster and Alternative 4, the ‘Anathema Acoustic’ trio of Daniel Cavanagh, Vincent Cavanagh and Lee Douglas were joined by rhythm section John Douglas & Jamie Cavanagh, alongside their very talented close friend David Wesling on cello who also played on Hindsight (2009) and A Moment In Time (2006). For this exclusive performance the band were also joined by the renowned violinist, Anna Phoebe on a haunting rendition of ‘Anathema’. The audio has been produced and mixed by Christer-André Cederberg who worked on Distant Satellites, Universal and Weather Systems, with the cover and booklet artwork featuring the stunning photography from the show and behind the scenes by long time collaborator Caroline Traitler. This is the first Anathema live release to feature a 5.1 audio mix, engineered by Bruce Soord.

    'A Sort of Homecoming' tracklist:
    The Lost Song Part 2
    Untouchable Part 1
    Untouchable Part 2
    Thin Air
    Dreaming Light
    Anathema
    Ariel
    Electricity
    A Temporary Peace
    The Beginning And The End
    Distant Satellites
    Take Shelter
    Internal Landscapes
    A Natural Disaster
    Fragile Dreams

    Kscope are set to release 'A Sort of Homecoming' as :

    4 disc box set featuring 2 CD – concert audio (100 mins), DVD – full concert plus an additional behind the scenes film ‘A Temporary Peace’ and concert on Blu-ray disc. In a deluxe rigid media book with 36 page booklet, presented in a slipcase.
    http://bit.ly/1fI5Rpj

    2CD + DVD-V - The set features the full 100 minute audio and DVD-V of the concert with 5.1 audio mixed by The Pineapple Thief’s Bruce Soord.
    http://bit.ly/1PAvrJ0

    Blu-ray disc - featuring the full 100 minute concert plus an additional behind the scenes film ’A Temporary Peace’ with 5.1 audio mixed by The Pineapple Thief’s Bruce Soord
    http://bit.ly/1EmxEYo

    3LP - a gatefold triple 180g black vinyl LP including MP3 download code
    http://bit.ly/1JlyYHB
    Available to pre-order here: kscopemusic.com/store
    Digital – smarturl.it/ASOHC_Digital

    anathema.ws
    kscopemusic.com/anathema

    # vimeo.com/143605712 Uploaded
  4. Kscope presents Anathema’s ‘A Sort of Homecoming’ cathedral concert film. For more details visit kscopemusic.com/anathema
    Pre-order from the Kscope Store kscopemusic.com/store or from Omerch omerch.eu/shop/anathema/
    Listen on Soundcloud: http://bit.ly/1WK7yDA

    Directed by Lasse Hoile (Steven Wilson / Katatonia / Opeth), 'A Sort of Homecoming' is a stunning concert film of Anathema’s homecoming show on March 7th 2015 in the spectacular setting of the Liverpool Cathedral. Set for release on 30th October through Kscope (Steven Wilson, TesseracT, Katatonia) the concert was described by Prog Magazine as “a once in a lifetime experience that words can barely do justice.”

    Having previously worked with Anathema on their acclaimed ‘Universal’ concert film, Lasse Hoile captured the 100 minute acoustic set in high definition against the sensational backdrop of Liverpool Cathedral. Featuring 15 songs selected from the albums Distant Satellites, Weather Systems, We’re Here Because We’re Here, A Natural Disaster and Alternative 4, the ‘Anathema Acoustic’ trio of Daniel Cavanagh, Vincent Cavanagh and Lee Douglas were joined by rhythm section John Douglas & Jamie Cavanagh, alongside their very talented close friend David Wesling on cello who also played on Hindsight (2009) and A Moment In Time (2006). For this exclusive performance the band were also joined by the renowned violinist, Anna Phoebe on a haunting rendition of ‘Anathema’. The audio has been produced and mixed by Christer-André Cederberg who worked on Distant Satellites, Universal and Weather Systems, with the cover and booklet artwork featuring the stunning photography from the show and behind the scenes by long time collaborator Caroline Traitler. This is the first Anathema live release to feature a 5.1 audio mix, engineered by Bruce Soord.

    'A Sort of Homecoming' tracklist:
    The Lost Song Part 2
    Untouchable Part 1
    Untouchable Part 2
    Thin Air
    Dreaming Light
    Anathema
    Ariel
    Electricity
    A Temporary Peace
    The Beginning And The End
    Distant Satellites
    Take Shelter
    Internal Landscapes
    A Natural Disaster
    Fragile Dreams

    Kscope are set to release 'A Sort of Homecoming' as :

    4 disc box set featuring 2 CD – concert audio (100 mins), DVD – full concert plus an additional behind the scenes film ‘A Temporary Peace’ and concert on Blu-ray disc. In a deluxe rigid media book with 36 page booklet, presented in a slipcase.
    http://bit.ly/1fI5Rpj

    2CD + DVD-V - The set features the full 100 minute audio and DVD-V of the concert with 5.1 audio mixed by The Pineapple Thief’s Bruce Soord.
    http://bit.ly/1PAvrJ0

    Blu-ray disc - featuring the full 100 minute concert plus an additional behind the scenes film ’A Temporary Peace’ with 5.1 audio mixed by The Pineapple Thief’s Bruce Soord
    http://bit.ly/1EmxEYo

    3LP - a gatefold triple 180g black vinyl LP including MP3 download code
    http://bit.ly/1JlyYHB

    anathema.ws
    kscopemusic.com/anathema

    # vimeo.com/141524484 Uploaded
  5. Kscope presents Anathema’s ‘A Sort of Homecoming’ cathedral concert film.
    For more details visit kscopemusic.com/anathema
    Pre-order from the Kscope Store kscopemusic.com/store or from Omerch omerch.eu/shop/anathema/

    Directed by Lasse Hoile (Steven Wilson / Katatonia /Opeth), 'A Sort of Homecoming' is a stunning concert film of Anathema’s homecoming show on March 7th 2015 in the spectacular setting of the Liverpool Cathedral. Set for release on 30th October through Kscope (Steven Wilson, TesseracT, Katatonia) the concert was described by Prog Magazine as “a once in a lifetime experience that words can barely do justice.”

    Having previously worked with Anathema on their acclaimed ‘Universal’ concert film, Lasse Hoile captured the 100 minute acoustic set in high definition against the sensational backdrop of Liverpool Cathedral. Featuring 15 songs selected from the albums Distant Satellites, Weather Systems, We’re Here Because We’re Here, A Natural Disaster and Alternative 4, the ‘Anathema Acoustic’ trio of Daniel Cavanagh, Vincent Cavanagh and Lee Douglas were joined by rhythm section John Douglas & Jamie Cavanagh, alongside their very talented close friend David Wesling on cello who also played on Hindsight (2009) and A Moment In Time (2006). For this exclusive performance the band were also joined by the renowned violinist, Anna Phoebe on a haunting rendition of ‘Anathema’. The audio has been produced and mixed by Christer-André Cederberg who worked on Distant Satellites, Universal and Weather Systems, with the cover and booklet artwork featuring the stunning photography from the show and behind the scenes by long time collaborator Caroline Traitler. This is the first Anathema live release to feature a 5.1 audio mix, engineered by Bruce Soord.

    'A Sort of Homecoming' tracklist:
    The Lost Song Part 2
    Untouchable Part 1
    Untouchable Part 2
    Thin Air
    Dreaming Light
    Anathema
    Ariel
    Electricity
    A Temporary Peace
    The Beginning And The End
    Distant Satellites
    Take Shelter
    Internal Landscapes
    A Natural Disaster
    Fragile Dreams

    Kscope are set to release 'A Sort of Homecoming' as :

    4 disc box set featuring 2 CD – concert audio (100 mins), DVD – full concert plus an additional behind the scenes film ‘A Temporary Peace’ and concert on Blu-ray disc. In a deluxe rigid media book with 36 page booklet, presented in a slipcase.
    http://bit.ly/1fI5Rpj

    2CD + DVD-V - The set features the full 100 minute audio and DVD-V of the concert with 5.1 audio mixed by The Pineapple Thief’s Bruce Soord.
    http://bit.ly/1PAvrJ0

    Blu-ray disc - featuring the full 100 minute concert plus an additional behind the scenes film ’A Temporary Peace’ with 5.1 audio mixed by The Pineapple Thief’s Bruce Soord
    http://bit.ly/1EmxEYo

    3LP - a gatefold triple 180g black vinyl LP including MP3 download code
    http://bit.ly/1JlyYHB

    Digital – smarturl.it/ASOHC_Digital

    anathema.ws
    facebook.com/anathemamusic
    kscopemusic.com/anathema

    # vimeo.com/142280881 Uploaded

Anathema

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Anathema have been at the forefront of the UK rock/metal movement for many years. They began their journey as pioneers of melodic heavy music, influencing a myriad of bands to follow them, before outgrowing all genres and limitations as they fearlessly…


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Anathema have been at the forefront of the UK rock/metal movement for many years. They began their journey as pioneers of melodic heavy music, influencing a myriad of bands to follow them, before outgrowing all genres and limitations as they fearlessly explored new territory and new ways to express feeling through sound.

Formed in Liverpool in 1990, the band’s sound, and musical vision has continually evolved over the ensuing years while always remaining true to their original goal of creating forward thinking, meaningful, passionate and honest music.

The line-up is really a collective of two families who were quite simply born to do it. Anathema consists of brothers Vincent and Daniel, alongside childhood friends John Douglas and his sister Lee, who is an incredible singer in her own right. Live they are joined by the third Cavanagh brother, Jamie and Daniel Cardosa.

There is a deeper bond in the group that transcends usual band politics, ego, and self-interest. They have a shared vision: to make the most incredible music they possibly can, and it seems, despite the lavish praise heaped on the band for their past work, that they are now taking their work to a whole new level.

The band’s first four albums, Serenades (1993), The Silent Enigma (1995), Eternity (1996) and Alternative 4 (1998) were released on Peaceville Records. Following these four albums the band moved to the now defunct Music For Nations where they released a further three albums, Judgement (1999) , A Fine Day To Exit (2001) and A Natural Disaster (2003) which was hailed as ‘darned near essential’ by Metal Hammer.

With each release they moved beyond the boundaries of limited scenes and pigeon holes, creating a complex and emotive atmospheric sound.

In August 2008 the band released Hindsight a semi-acoustic album featuring old and new favourites from the band’s career, with new arrangements utilising acoustic, electrical and orchestral instruments. The album was released on Kscope, a sister label of Peaceville.

This proved the start of a successful partnership with Kscope which continued with 2010 studio album We're Here Because We're Here, which was awarded Classic Rock’s Prog Album of the Year as well as a host of other accolades. The producer of WHBWH, Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree), has described it as “definitely among the best albums I’ve ever had the pleasure to work on.”

In late 2011 Kscope also released the Falling Deeper album, which continued where Hindsight left off, featuring brand new arrangements of songs and haunting melodies from the band’s earliest days as pioneers and co-creators of an entire genre of heavy music.

This was followed in April 2012 with Weather Systems, the band's new studio album. Weather Systems was equally well received as its predecessor, receiving rave reviews around the world and charting across Europe.

It debuted at #14 in the German top 40 chart and it also reached the top 20 of the national charts in Poland (#9), Holland (#18), Finland (#15) and the top 40 in Norway (#29) and France (#31). In the UK it reached number #10 in the indie chart and #50 in the national chart.
The album once again took the #1 place in the Prog magazine Critics choice awards and Anathema were voted the number one in the band of the year category in the readers' poll.

The band also won the award for best live event at the inaugural Progressive awards, rightly recognising the band's incredible live experience. Honed over years of performing together the band now display a rare understanding and confidence, which wowed fans across the world during the lengthy world tour that followed the release of Weather Systems.

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