Anathema release new single
2014-05-24 by Filip Kurbanovic | 21 Comments
Anathema have released a preview of what's to come on their forthcoming 10th studio LP
Distant Satellites in the form of the single 'The Lost Song - Part 3'.

The single and album are available for preorder at their site and iTunes, with the album due
out on the 4th of June in Japan, followed by releases worldwide.

You can check the song out here:


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DarkNoctus
Contributing Reviewer
May 24th 2014
8945 Comments


this song has really grown on me, excited for this album

lardplanet
May 24th 2014
13 Comments


Sweet.

menawati
Contributing Reviewer
May 24th 2014
16131 Comments


bit bland

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
May 24th 2014
6339 Comments


Decent song, but Anathema have better songs in their early '00s releases.

On another note, why isn't this listed in Anathema's band page?

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Underflow
May 24th 2014
2675 Comments


Well, that was dull.

TzarChasm
May 24th 2014
168 Comments


I haven't really enjoyed an Anathema album since A Fine Day to Exit. There have been decent songs intermittently since then, and "A Simple Mistake" is the finest thing they've ever written, but Weather Systems was goddamned boring. I rather enjoyed this and I hope it's indicative of the overall sound of the next album.

Ocean of Noise
May 24th 2014
567 Comments


It's basically just a darker version of Untouchable Part 1

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KILL
May 24th 2014
72280 Comments


was alright i guess just needs more riffs

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JS19
May 24th 2014
4411 Comments


This sounds all right

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johnnydeking29
May 24th 2014
9560 Comments


I enjoyed this a lot

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EvoHavok
May 24th 2014
1498 Comments


It's nice.

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Lambda
May 24th 2014
2479 Comments


I loved it lol

Imperial
May 24th 2014
1739 Comments


Love it.

Greyvy
May 24th 2014
5093 Comments


this isn't death/doom???

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Catatonic
May 24th 2014
143 Comments


Greyvy it's been a really long time since they were doom.

Catatonic
May 24th 2014
143 Comments


I'm getting tired of those whole slow build concept they've been beating to death. These guys used to be pretty good at writing a solid dark rock song.

Ocean of Noise
May 24th 2014
567 Comments


It's actually growing on me a lot. Good mix of the old and the new. But the structural similarities to Untouchable Part 1 are still there

thumbcrusher
May 25th 2014
3607 Comments


I really like it

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Mad.
May 25th 2014
4197 Comments


Pretty nice stuff, I imagine it'll sound better as part of the album

Makemebad35
May 26th 2014
765 Comments


Okay, this song is sounding pretty good.

1drummer
May 26th 2014
326 Comments


God their harmonies are Untouchable.. Get it?!? Really though, I could make love to her voice..



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