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Артист: Anathema Название: A Moment in Time (Live) Год выхода: 2006 Язык: English О видео клипе: A Moment In Time features Anathema's performance at the Metalmania Festival, in Spodek, Katowice,
Poland, on March 4th, 2006. This performance was brilliantly captured by Poland's Metal Mind Productions, who also did an excellent job on the
recent Tiamat concert DVD.
The show begins unconventionally, with the staged bathed in a dark blue hue, as two giant video screens display scenes of thick, rolling clouds, and
the accompanying Bacchus String Quartet perform a beautiful classical interlude, as members of the band slowly take their positions on the stage.
This goes on for about three minutes before keyboardist Les Smith transitions into the haunting piano ballad "Shroud Of False", which ends a minute
later in a power chord drenched crescendo that segues perfectly into the first full song of the night, "Fragile Dreams". This stuff sounds fantastic,
and certainly confirms that Anathema have outgrown almost all traces of death metal in their sound. "Fragile Dreams", from 1998's Alternative 4
album, is an alternative-meets-progressive rock anthem which has elements of both Radiohead and Queensryche.
The next couple of songs, "Balance" and "Closer", are taken from the band's latest album, 2004'sA Natural Disaster. These guys are overdue
for a new album, and if the stunning new song "Everything", which is available on the band's website, is any indication, it is going to be a good
one. "Closer" features a cool middle section with Vincent singing through a vocoder as the pulsing keyboards and percussion an almost hypnotic
The setlist was not exactly the best career retrospective, as 9 of the 13 original songs performed were taken from either the Alternative 4 or A
Natural Disaster albums, but you certainly get most of their best material. One of the highlights of the show was the slow-burning, bluesy title track
from A Natural Disaster, which featured the stunning vocals of Anathema's resident female contributor Lee Douglas. The end of the set finally
takes you back a few years with "Angelica", a Celtic flavored epic from the 1996 album Eternity, which debuted Vincent Cavanagh as new lead vocalist,
and setthe band down the path to Pink Floyd.
01. Shroud Of False
02. Fragile Dreams
05. Lost Control
07. A Natural Disaster
08. Inner Silence
09. One Last Goodbye
14. Comfortably Numb [Pink Floyd cover]