Austrian heavy 'zine Stormbringer.at conducted an interview with Danny Cavanagh of the UK atmospheric rock band ANATHEMA prior to the band's August 15, 2008 concert at the Brutal Assault festival in the Czech Republic. Watch the 10-minute chat below.ANATHEMA released its new album, "Hindsight", on August 25 via Kscope. The CD features old and new favorites from the band's career, with new arrangements utilizing acoustic, electrical and orchestral instruments to construct the deep, emotional landscapes ANATHEMA has become renowned for. This album also features the beautiful cello playing of Dave Wesling from the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. A close friend of the band, Dave previously toured with the band in 2004 and is featured on the DVD "A Moment in Time". The record has been arranged, recorded, performed and produced solely by the band.
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