The eight album from this English band.
The band is a sextet on this album with a lineup of drums, bass, guitars, vocoder, keyboards and vocals.
The band continues on their way in exploring the more ambient, somber parts of the progressive rock genre.
Take some Pink Floyd, a lot of Marillion, Gazpacho and Radiohead. Well, Anathema has got their own sound and niche in the progressive rock scene.
There is no metal here.
The music is rather somber, gloomy and doomy.
It is also pretty epic and majestic at times.
The male and female vocals and the guitars are good and the band has painted a nice soundscape on this fifty minutes long album.
It is indeed a good album and well worth checking out.