2003's 'A Natural Disaster' developed further the artistic direction established by what is often considered Anathema's breakthrough album, 'A Fine Day to Exit'. The album featured even fewer traces of the band's Metallic past, and built on experimental ideas and atmospheres to create a deeply personal and emotional statement. 'A Natural Disaster' was recorded at Parkgate Studios in the UK and was produced by the band alongside Dan Turner. It was Anathema's last album before the Music For Nations label collapsed, with a 7 year gap to their next release, the long-awaited 'We're Here Because We're Here'. The artwork is by Travis Smith (Opeth, Katatonia). United Kingdom - Import, Remastered Double LP.
Are You There?
Pulled Under at 2000 Metres a Second
A Natural Disaster
Are You There? (Remastered)
Childhood Dream (Remastered)
Pulled Under at 2000 Metres a Second (Remastered)
A Natural Disaster (Remastered)
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