ANATHEMA: New Song Available For Download

A brand new ANATHEMA song entitled "Angels Walk Among Us" is available for download at this location (MP3, 18 MB).

In a recent online posting, ANATHEMA mastermind Daniel Cavanagh stated about the group's upcoming album, "We intend to record over 80 minutes of music. At least 14 songs. The idea AT THE MOMENT is to release a double album called simply 'Paradigm Shift'. Again, this not not confirmed, PLANS CAN CHANGE. A double album WILL NOT mean it will be a very long album... It may only be two groups of seven songs split over two CDs in order to be easily digested by the listener. It definitely will not be a self-indulgent album. It definitely is not a 'concept album.' Themes of life, healing and unity will run through some of the songs...

"We look forward to recording what I personally think will be a wonderful record after the tour. It is the first album we have made that will be truly complete. It will change lives. Hopefully beginning with ours."

A nine-minute video report featuring interview and performance footage shot during ANATHEMA's October 2007 tour of Turkey can be viewed below.

The MetalList webzine has uploaded video footage of ANATHEMA performing a new song, entitled "A Simple Mistake", on October 5, 2007 at the Tochka club in Moscow, Russia. Watch the clip below.

"A Simple Mistake" (live in Moscow, October 2007):


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