The third album from this British band.
The band was a quartet with a lineup of drums, bass, guitars, keyboards and vocals.
The band was helped out by some guest musicians who provided keyboards, female vocals and spoken words.
Anathema was in the good old days one of the best new bands in the new wave of British doom metal. They were in the scene together with My Dying Bride and Paradise Lost.
Anathema soon left that scene after one album and one EP.
Eternity gives us a mix of doom metal and Pink Floyd'ish psych rock.
The music is pretty good throughout the one hour. There are some pieces of music which falls a bit flat on it's face too.
The band is still in a bit of transition and this album is well worth checking out.