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Anathema interview with Danny Cavanagh

June 2nd, 2014

Anathema interview with Danny Cavanagh

Interview by Ashlinn Nash

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Meeting a musical idol can be quite a daunting task, however if they are as humble and more importantly as down to earth as Danny Cavanagh, whose enthusiastic personality is one that can put you at ease straight away.

The Energetic front man and founding member of the Liverpool quintet, brings a whole breath of talent with him, ranging from early works such as; The Silent Enigma [1995], A fine day to exit [2001] and more recently Weather Systems [2012].

It’s no wonder that talk quickly turns to the newest album released on the 9th June 2014  – Distant Satellites.

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ANATHEMA LAUNCHES “UNIVERSAL” CLIP ON YOUTUBE; “Universal” Blu-ray out now, North American tour in full swing

September 26th, 2013

ENGLAND – The UK’s heralded rock group, Anathema, has launched a clip of “Universal,” the title track from its new live Blu-ray, out now on Kscope. Check out the “Universal” clip on YouTube at: http://youtu.be/6oc4HgczbY0.

The concert film, which Yahoo! Music calls “an eye-opener for pop music fans who may think today’s scene begins and ends with whomever might be booked on this year’s VMA awards,” can be purchased on Amazon.com at: http://www.amazon.com/Universal-Blu-ray-Anathema/dp/B00DG86ARK. The live audio can be downloaded via iTunes at: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/universal/id692957225#.

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ANATHEMA, ALCEST ANNOUNCE CO-HEADLINING NORTH AMERICAN FALL TOUR WITH SPECIAL GUEST MAMIFFER

June 26th, 2013

Live Blu-ray “Universal” out September 17 via Kscope

 

NEW YORK – Anathema has announced its most extensive North American tour in the band’s celebrated career with co-headliner Alcest and special guest Mamiffer. Anathema has only performed twice as a full band in North America at the infamous Milwaukee Metal Fest in 2000 and 2001, as well as supporting a few dates of Blackfield’s 2011 tour as an acoustic duo. The fall 2013 co-headlining tour has the band visiting many cities in both the U.S. and Canada for the first time, beginning September 12 in Philadelphia, Pa.

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DEVIN TOWNSEND @ The Borderline, London

July 27th, 2012

Devin Townsend @ The Borderline

6th June 2012

Review by Rhiannon Marley

Photography by Jo Blackened

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Seriously, how can you introduce Devin Townsend? Multi-instrumentalist? Producer? Legend of rock n’ roll theatrics? Whatever your choice, there’s definitely something other-worldly about him, and tonight we’re in Soho’s Borderline for the first of two ‘sell-out’ unplugged ’dos on his latest venture, for those lucky – or internet-savvy – enough to acquire tickets!
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ANATHEMA RELEASE NEW STUDIO ALBUM, WEATHER SYSTEMS

April 24th, 2012

Today sees the US release of Anathema‘s ninth studio album, Weather Systems via The End Records. The album was recorded in Liverpool, North Wales and Oslo, each place significant to Anathema past, present and future. The record was produced by band members Vincent Cavanagh and Daniel Cavanagh, as well as Christer-André Cederberg.

Purchase Weather Systems digitally on iTunes or physically at Amazon or The Omega Order.

Weather Systems is the follow-up to 2010’s critically acclaimed We’re Here Because We’re Here, which producer Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree), has described as ”definitely among the best albums I’ve ever had the pleasure to work on. Daniel Cavanagh (lead guitarist) is certain that the album will exceed the lofty expectations, stating, “it feels like we are at a creative peak right now, and this album reflects that. Everything from the production to the writing to the performances are a step up from our last album.”

Popmatters.com recently premiered the track “The Storm Before The Calm.” An MP3 download of the song is available here: http://www.popmatters.com/pm/post/157521-anathema-the-storm-before-the-calm-mp3-popmatters-premiere

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ANATHEMA, North Atlantic Oscillation @ Scala, London

April 18th, 2011

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North Atlantic Oscillation @ Scala, London

17th March 2011

Review: Danny Draper

It was another bitter night for those traveling to the lofty heights of The Scala this evening. Massive queues were forming and the touts were out in force for this sold out event. Anathema with support from North Atlantic Oscillation!

 

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Anathema – “Mainstream is not a word that I ever use. It’s not in my musical vocabulary.”

November 12th, 2010

The Greek webzine www.rockpages.gr recently conducted a video interview with Anathema:


Also, there is the full transcribed interview here: http://rockpages.gr/detailspage.aspx?id=4762&type=1&lang=EN

Here’s some highlights:

Rockpages.gr: How would you describe the sound of the new album, comparing to what you’ve done so far. It might sound a bit more mainstream than you previous works, some might say…

Daniel Cavanagh: Mainstream is not a word that I ever use. It’s not in my musical vocabulary if you like. I don’t really know what mainstream means or anything. All I know is that it sounds like I wanted it to. It sounds beautiful, full of light, expansive, and heavy, and intense, passionate, and emotional, deep, and real, and honest, but mainstream? I don’t know!

Rockpages.gr: The album is called “We’re Here Because We’re Here”, and that is the song title for a tune the soldiers used to sing in World War I. why did you chose this album title?

Daniel Cavanagh: World War I seems to me like a useless exercise. Those boys were walking into bullets, and there was craziness, there was chaos. It was insanity on a global scale; it was the first time the world has seen such destruction. And there was no real reason for it. The guys in the field knew there was no real reason. There was no reason for them to be there. So, they were singing “We’re Heer, Because We’re Here”, because it was their defiance, it was their song of defiance.

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Anathema : December Nosturi Helsinki

January 10th, 2006

 

Anathema
The 15th Of December 2005
Nosturi Club Helsinki
Finland

Review and pics by Arto Lehtinen


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