Vincent Cavanagh - voc, g
John Douglas - dr
Les Smith - keyb
George Roberts - session (live) bassist
Well for me,"Judgement" is a great album,much heavier than the previous ?ne and certainly more guitar-?riented.The departure of Duncan Patterson left it wide open for the others to express themselves more freely and generally had an unseemingly rejuvenating effect on the band.The music is very emotional and the Pink Floyd influences are ever so prominent.The vocals,the guitars,the keyboards all blend seamlessly to create a sonic landscape of immense atmosphere and beauty.
Well f?r me,"Judgement" is a great album,much heavier than the previ?us ?ne and certainly more guitar-?riented.?he departure ?f Duncan ?atters?n left it wide ?pen f?r the ?thers t? express themselves m?re freely and generally had an unseemingly rejuvenating effect on the band.?he music is very em?ti?nal and the ?ink Fl?yd influences are ever s? pr?minent.?he v?cals,the guitars,the keyb?ards all blend seamlessly t? create a sonic landscape ?f immense atmosphere and beauty.
Sasa is right. Anathema has never played stoner. In the beginning they played death/doom, then thy came closer to progressive and a bit psychedelic music.
Well Anathema is UK band, not US. And playing stoner on this "Judgement" album? It? rather Pink Floyd influenced emotional music...
Anathema is actually a heavy metal band. But this record also has a touch of psychedelic, which is probably not what the heavy rock fans expected.