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Katatonia - Last Fair Day Gone Night 


Katatonia was formed in 1991 by Anders Nyström and Jonas Renske &
their debut album, ‘Dance of December Souls’, was released in 1993,
gaining the band recognition for their eclectic brand of gothic
doom/death metal & joining acts such as Paradise Lost & My Dying
Bride as one of the genre’s defining bands. On future albums a newer,
sleeker Katatonia sound came to the fore, starting with a streamlined
& structured collection of melodic dark rock songs that became third
album ‘Discouraged Ones’; the main evolution point for modern day

Peaceville Records had been following the band’s career from almost the
beginning, & realising that Katatonia were perfect for their roster
the label offered the band a long-term deal. Katatonia therefore set
about working on their fourth studio album, Tonight's Decision.
Tonight's Decision saw Katatonia back in Sunlight Studios & with
strong international distribution now firmly in place via Peaceville,
Katatonia saw their popularity soar to greater heights.
In the early summer of 2001 Katatonia released their fifth album, titled
Last Fair Deal Gone Down, with a confidence and warmth about the band
that added a new dynamic to the sound. Maybe this is due to the fact
that Katatonia produced the album themselves; maybe it was the
persuasive use of light and dark, used to illustrate perfectly the
emotional gravitas of the songs, either way this was the album that made
the whole world sit up and listen. The heartfelt vocal masterclass of
Jonas Renkse underpinned by the genius guitar work of Anders, moving
away from the early Paradise Lost-esque sound to an altogether more
contemporary and modern approach.

The arctic light of April 2003 saw the release of Katatonia's sixth
studio album to warm our frozen hearts. Titled Viva Emptiness, the album
was recorded in the dark Swedish winter at Soundtrade Studios (part of
the 301 group), Stockholm in October/November 2002. The release was
supported by a full European headline tour with support from Daylight
Dies & Finntroll.

In the dying light of 2005 and Katatonia delivered their brand new
single, My Twin (a 4-track EP containing 3 exclusive tracks) and,
shortly after, their decisive seventh full-length album, aptly titled
The Great Cold Distance. The album was recorded in the summer of 2005 at
Fascination Street Studios, Örebro, Sweden and was released early 2006
to universal acclaim. This was backed up soon afterwards by the release
of follow-up single, 'Deliberation' and extensive touring throughout
Europe in the Spring supported by label-mates Novembre and topped off
with an American tour with Moonspell later on in the year, concluding a
fantastic year for the band.

Katatonia gained great commercial & critical response to the album
with many hailing it as the band's greatest work. Two more singles were
lifted from the album (Deliberation & July) while both singles were
also accompanied by video tracks. The band went from strength to
strength with their extensive touring & festival duties before the
release of Live Consternation in 2007, which captured the band live at
their glorious best at the Summerbreeze festival in 2006. Katatonia
would then resume writing for the eagerly awaited follow-up to The Great
Cold Distance.

“Broken glass, blood on the walls at the front door to the building and
threatening messages written on the elevator - Even excrement and urine
on the floor in the basement that makes you wonder if the caretaker is a
serial killer himself”

Mastering was completed at Fascination Street Studios (where ‘The Great Cold Distance’ was recorded) with Jens Bogren.

A continuation of the heaviness, depth & atmosphere of their
previous album, ‘Night Is the New Day’ is also a more multi-dimensional
effort - waltzing between prog moments, doom, folk & the classic
melodic anthems that are the staple of Katatonia’s uncompromising sound,
completed by the haunting tones of Jonas Renkse’s journeys of urban
& emotional decay, & now joined by Frank Default on keyboards,
notable for his work on the track ‘Unfurl’ from the ‘July’ EP -
utilising his expertise to the fullest to texture the soundscapes.

Night is the New Day was released to universal acclaim in late 2009,
& the band quickly embarked on a series of successful shows in
support of the album, only to return for an even larger scaled sell-out
tour in March 2010, this time to coincide with the release of the The
Longest Year EP, with extra tracks & album remixes, plus the new
Charlie Granberg-directed video of the title track. 2010 saw the band
embark upon successful tours in the US & Europe, whilst 2011 marked
the band’s 20 year anniversary, celebrated with several special shows
throughout Europe in May, with their London Koko show filmed for a
future release. This also conveniently marked the 10th anniversary of
Katatonia’s breakthrough ‘Last Fair Deal Gone Down’ album, which was
reissued to coincide with the dates. It was then announced that
Katatonia would team up with long time friends Opeth for a US tour
starting September 2011 which was a great success.

2012 saw the band enter Ghost Ward studios once more with David Castillo
to record their ninth studio album, 'Dead End Kings', released in
August the same year. With a continuing ability to surprise &
astound, & with an impressive number of albums & tours under
their belts, Katatonia are rightly regarded as one of the defining acts
of dark rock/metal.


Last Fair Day Gone Night documents Katatonia at the Koko in London
during a series of special celebratory shows to mark the band's 20th


Jonas Renkse - Vocals
Anders Nyström - Guitars
Daniel Liljekvist - Drums
Per Eriksson - Guitars
Niklas Sandin - Bass


01 Dispossession
02 Chrome
03 We Must Bury You
04 Teargas
05 I Transpire
06 Tonight's Music
07 Clean Today
08 The Future Of Speech
09 Passing Bird
10 Sweet Nurse
11 Don't Tell A Soul
12 Brave
13 Nephilim
14 My Twin
15 I Break
16 Right Into The Bliss
17 The Promise Of Deceit
18 Wait Outside
19 The Longest Year
20 July
21 New Night
22 Dissolving Bonds
23 Forsaker

Video quality: 720*480, 29,970 fps, MPEG2 video
Sound quality: LPCM, 48000Hz, 16bits, 2 channel
Duration: 01:50:04

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