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Anathema - Universal [DVD] (2013)
ojotigreFecha: Viernes, 2013-10-04, 8:23 PM | Mensaje # 1
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Anathema formed in 1990 as a doom metal band, initially going by the
name Pagan Angel. In November of that year, the band recorded their
first demo, entitled An Iliad of Woes. This demo caught the attention of
several bands and labels from the English metal scene.

At the beginning of 1991, the band gained a lot of attention with the
release of their second demo entitled All Faith Is Lost, resulting in a
four-album deal with Peaceville Records. Their first release under the
label was The Crestfallen EP in November 1992. They took the material
from that album on the road, touring with Cannibal Corpse.

Serenades, Anathema's debut LP, attracted a lot of mainstream attention,
propelling their "Sweet Tears" music video onto the MTV playlist.

Anathema's first European tour was in 1994, and was closely followed by gigs at the Independent Rock Festival in Brazil.

In May 1995, vocalist Darren White parted with the band, eventually
forming The Blood Divine. Rather than recruiting a new vocalist, the
band decided that guitarist Vincent Cavanagh should assume White's role.
This new formation debuted by touring with Cathedral in the United
Kingdom.

The release of Eternity came in 1996, relying more on atmospheric
sounds, and starting the transition to clean vocals; the album Judgement
would later consolidate this style. A European tour followed the
album's release.

The next member to leave the band was drummer John Douglas, who departed
in the summer of 1997. He was replaced by Shaun Steels, formerly of
Solstice, who would also later play drums for My Dying Bride.

Alternative 4 was released in 1998. During this time the band underwent
many line-up changes. Bassist/songwriter Duncan Patterson quit due to
musical differences and was replaced by Dave Pybus of Dreambreed, a band
which Duncan had played bass for during a short period, and not long
after this Martin Powell (who had played keyboards and violin for My
Dying Bride previously) joined the band for live performances. Finally,
founding drummer John Douglas returned to the drums in place of Steels.

In June 1999, the album Judgement was released, marking Anathema's
complete shift from the doom metal genre, 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.
However, the essence of the band remained the same. Their songs
continued to express a feeling of depression and, more often than not,
desperation.

The next year Martin Powell switched positions with Cradle of Filth's
keyboardist Les Smith, who came to be an integral member of Anathema.

Shortly before the release of A Fine Day to Exit, Dave Pybus announced
his departure from the band and later joined Cradle of Filth. He was
replaced by touring bassist George Roberts, and later by Jamie Cavanagh.

In March 2002, 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. This accelerated the changes in Anathema's tone,
towards the atmospheric and progressive, as exhibited in album tracks
"Flying" and "Violence".

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. Despite the obvious lack of
label-based tour support, the band continues to play dates across
Europe, guitarist Danny Cavanagh also playing the odd low-key acoustic
concert.

On 20 March 2010, Anathema announced on their website and Facebook page
the release date of their next album. Their album We're Here Because
We're Here was released on 31 May 2010 on the Kscope label. John
Douglas' sister Lee Douglas joined the band in the capacity of a
vocalist during the recording of this album. She had previously
performed on the two previous albums as a guest vocalist.

On 6 July 2011, it was announced on the band's official page that their
album of re-interpretations, Falling Deeper, will be released on 5
September 2011. The album will be a follow-up to Hindsight and will
contain new orchestral versions of songs from the past, as well as a
version of "Everwake" featuring the vocals of Anneke van Giersbergen. On
12 September 2011, Les Smith's departure due to "creative and musical
differences" was announced on the band's website.

On 16 April 2012, the band's ninth studio album, Weather Systems, was
released via Kscope. The album entered the UK album charts at No. 50 and
the German album charts at No. 19.

On 8 November 2012, Daniel Cavanagh announces at Anathema's official
homepage that Daniel Cardoso is joining the band as a full-time
permanent basis as a key element of the band.

On 2 December 2012, Anathema announced their first concert in India.
Anathema has performed at IIT Madras as part of the Saarang Rock Show on
12 January 2013.

The band's first live album, named Untouchable, was released as a double
vinyl album on 24 June 2013. The album is a recording of a special
one-off gig at the ancient Roman theatre of Philippopolis in 2012, where
the band were joined by the Plovdiv Philharmonic Orchestra. The set was
released on Blu-Ray, DVD and CD under the name Universal, with an
alternate track order, on 17 September 2013.

Current Line-up
Jamie Cavanagh -- Bass (1990-1991, 2001-present)
John Douglas -- Drums (1990-1997, 1998-present), Keyboards (2011-2012)
Vincent Cavanagh -- Guitars (1990-present), Lead Vocals (1995-present), Keyboards (2011-2012)
Danny Cavanagh -- Guitars, Keyboards, Piano (1990-2002, 2003-present), Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals (2003-present)
Lee Douglas -- Backing Vocals (2000-present), Lead Vocals (2003-present)
Daniel Cardoso -- Keyboards (2012-present)

Former Members
Darren J. White -- Lead Vocals (1990-1995)
Duncan Patterson -- Bass, Keyboards (1991-1998)
Shaun Taylor-Steels -- Drums (1997-1998)
Dave Pybus -- Bass (1998-2001)
Les Smith -- Keyboards (2000-2011)



01. Untouchable, Part 1
02. Untouchable, Part 2
03. Thin Air
04. Dreaming Light
05. Lightning Song
06. The Storm Before the Calm
07. Everything
08. A Simple Mistake
09. The Beginning and the End
10. Universal
11. Closer
12. A Natural Disaster
13. Deep
14. One Last Goodbye
15. Flying
16. Fragile Dreams

ENCORE
17. Panic
18. Emotional Winter / Wings of God
19. Internal Landscapes
20. Fragile Dreams Genre:Music Dvd Bitrate:Others Size:7.56 GB
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ANATHEMA - Universal
Fan's Edition




DVD de esta banda británica que comenzó practicando Death Metal y ha ido evolucionando poco a poco hacia el Rock Progresivo y el Post-Rock. Éste es la grabación  del concierto que dieron en el teatro romano de Plovdiv, Bulgaria, acompañados por la "Plovdiv Philharmonic Orchestra", con versiones orquestales de algunos de sus temas.

Éste es el DVD que viene incluído en la Fan's Edition, en formato Digipack, y acompañado por una edición en Bluray y dos CDs. La única pega que cabe ponerle es que únicamente traiga la pista de audio en estéreo, olvidándose totalmente de una mezcla en multicanal.

Los CDs del concierto pueden encontrarse aquí.



Temas:

Untouchable, Part 1
Untouchable, Part 2
Thin Air
Dreaming Light
Lightning Song
The Storm Before the Calm
Everything
A Simple Mistake
The Beginning and the End
Universal
Closer
A Natural Disaster
Deep
One Last Goodbye
Flying
Fragile Dreams

EXTRAS:
ENCORE
Panic
Emotional Winter / Wings of God
Internal Landscapes
Fragile Dreams

A NIGHT AT THE UNION CHAPEL
Kingdom
Thin Air
Angels Walk Among Us
A Natural Disaster
Fragile Dreams

Sonido: PCM 2.0
Imagen: NTSC

Software: DVD-Decrypter
Tamaño archivo: 7.56 GB
Portadas: Todas a 400 dpi.







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jarpomarxFecha: Sábado, 2013-10-05, 2:50 PM | Mensaje # 3
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ojotigreFecha: Sábado, 2013-10-05, 3:03 PM | Mensaje # 4
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Has estado rápido, Ojotigre.

Perdona Jarpo, que si sé que lo ibas a poner no lo hubiera puesto yo en Torrent. De todas fomas, me lo descargo del emule y asi ayudamos a compartirlo más rápido.


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Perdona Jarpo, que si sé que lo ibas a poner no lo hubiera puesto yo en Torrent. De todas fomas, me lo descargo del emule y asi ayudamos a compartirlo más rápido.


Tranquilo. aquí de lo que se trata es de compartir. Mientras más opciones mejor.

Gracias por ayudarme a repartir.


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Anathema - Universal (2013) [DVD+CD]



DVD9 | Video: NTSC, MPEG-2, 720 x 480 (1.778) at 23.976 fps | Audio: PCM 2 channels at 1 536 Kbps | 7,56 GB | Time: 141 min.
CD | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps | 182 MB | Time: 79 min.
Genre: Rock, Metal | Label: KSCOPE | Release Date: 23 Sep 2013


The last three years have been very kind to Anathema, this, after a well-documented
period of studio inactivity from 2004 to 2009 that netted only a remake
album (Hindsight) and nothing more. So with the momentum of last year’s
well-received Weather Systems behind them, the Brits took to Bulgaria to
record Universal, a full-blown concert film that showcases the band at
their most grandiose and earnest. And since we can’t write anything
about the band without mentioning their glorious early-career metal
days: This should do even more to pipe down the calls for Anathema to
make a sonic retreat.
Joined by the Plovdiv Philharmonic Orchestra, Anathema’s song-touch and
dynamics become more heightened and Pink Floyd-like with such a backing.
The opening “Untouchable Part I and II” combo seems to the proper way
to start such a proceeding, as lead singer Vincent Cavanaugh belts
impassioned vocals, with female vocalist Lee Douglas trailing not far
behind. The top-notch “Thin Air” is momentous, while “Lightning Song,”
the airy “The Beginning and the End,” dark “A Natural Disaster” and
stadium-ready “Deep” had the throng on hand rightfully enthralled.
Professionally-shot with a multitude of camera angles, Universal is both
intimate and grand. Considering how song-oriented and light some of
these numbers (i.e. “Flying,” “One Last Goodbye” and “Deep”), Bulgaria,
as well as the accompanying orchestra and dream-rock swivel make
Universal the proper snapshot of Anathema in terms of where they are
now, and where they’re headed. It’s quite obvious where that place is,
and even if it’s farther away from where a lot of folks want them to be,
Anathema is on a career arc like no other.

Artists: Anathema
- Vincent Cavanagh: Vocals, Guitar, Vocoder
- Danny Cavanagh: Guitar, Vocals
- John Douglas: Drums
- Jamie Cavanagh: Bass
- Lee Douglas: Vocals
- Daniel Cardoso: keyboards
Plovdiv Philharmonic Orchestra

Tracklist:
DVD:
01. Untouchable- Part 1
02. Untouchable- Part 2
03. Thin Air
04. Dreaming Light
05. Lightning Song
06. The Storm Before the Calm
07. Everything
08. A Simple Mistake
09. The Beginning and the End
10. Universal
11. Closer
12. A Natural Disaster
13. Deep
14. One Last Goodbye
15. Flying
16. Fragile Dreams
Encore:
- Encore From Plovdiv:
Panic
Emotional Winter / Wings of God
Internal Landscapes
Fragile Dreams
- A Night At The Union Chapel:
Kingdom
Thin Air
Angels Walk Among Us
A Natural Disaster
Fragile Dreams

CD:
01. Untouchable- Part 1
02. Untouchable- Part 2
03. Thin Air
04. Dreaming Light
05. The Storm Before the Calm
06. Everything
07. A Simple Mistake
08. The Beginning and the End
09. Universal
10. Closer
11. A Natural Disaster
12. Flying

Features:
- Interactive Menu
- Direct Scene Access






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