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.”
Music For Nations, the celebrated and legendary Heavy Metal, Rock and Prog record label has returned.
In a series of reissues, the label will be celebrating some of the most iconic records by some of the World’s most influential bands. As well as reissues, the label will be signing new artists for the first time in over a decade.
Available in April (and to pre order from February 16th), Liverpool’s Anathema release their MFN back catalogue.
Songwriter and guitarist Daniel Cavanagh shared his enthusiasm for the project saying, “I'm really happy that after all these years, the Music For Nations era of Anathema music is finally receiving the attention, respect and treatment it deserves. It has been a great pleasure to work on this package. Everything from supplying the additional artwork, the remastering process of the albums, and the chance to add a surprise or two, has been a wonderful process.”
- Fine Days. 3CD/1DVD box set covering the band’s MFN catalogue. Digitally remastered, new track and liner notes from the band.
- Judgement LP vinyl with CD Remastered
- A Fine Day to Exit LP Vinyl with CD Remastered
- A Natural Disaster LP Vinyl with CD Remastered
Official store: http://smarturl.it/MFN_Store
Listen to 'Mostar' below, taken from her most recent album 'Between The Shadow And The Soul'.
DATES & TICKETS:
Mar 4 - Leeds Minster: http://bit.ly/1DXbGqh
Mar 5 - Exeter Cathedral: http://bit.ly/1zezu9k
Mar 6 - Winchester Cathedral: http://bit.ly/1yf1Ldj
Mar 7 - Liverpool Cathedral: *SOLD OUT*
*shows in Hungary, Czech Republic & Poland recently announced!*
Anathema have steadily built a loyal following worldwide, and their career trajectory is unlike that of any other band in the last quarter century, and will be reflected and celebrated in reverse chronological order at a series of special 'Resonance' anniversary shows.
Starting with the anthemic progressive rock of their recent work, the performance will gradually move back in time through the more gothic-oriented material of 1998’s Alternative 4 and 1996’s Eternity, all the way back to the pioneering work of 1995’s The Silent Enigma and the 1993 debut Serenades, with Patterson and White joining the band onstage for a historic reunion.
Tickets for all upcoming shows can be found here: http://bit.ly/1kVROij