The seventh album from this British band.
The band was a quintet with a lineup of drums, bass, guitars, keyboards, vocoder, programming and vocals.
A female and a male vocalist added their voices too on a couple of songs.
Anathema has by this album carved themselves a niche somewhere between metal and progressive rock. Add post rock too and you get my drift.
A Natural Disaster gives us a much more livelier album than before.
The band has returned to their metal roots, picked the best bits from their past and then added a lot of post rock and progressive rock (Pink Floyd, Marillion) to the mix.
The result is quite a challenging album.
The challenge is the big jump from almost djent to the pastoral prog. That is a big contrast.
When the dust has settled, what remains is a good album with some really good songs and details. It is an album well worth checking out, indeed.