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Anathema Issues European Road Report

Anathema is touring in support of the band's latest album "Weather Systems" (reviewed here), and now band member Danny Cavanagh has checked in with the following road report:

"It's been a week since we started the second part of our Weather Systems tour of Europe, and as we all expected, everything has transpired exactly to plan. Thanks to the fact that we were recording live album and DVD on the FIRST show of the tour, it really meant that we had to hit the ground running, and rehearse harder than we ever have before to be able to pull this off. Thanks to our hard work and fantastic road crew, the first show was a great success for us, and the audience, as expected, were truly amazing.

"If I can spend a few minutes here speaking of the amazing job that the road crew did on the night of the Bulgarian show, no matter what words I could use to compliment their work, it would fall short of truly expressing the job they did, or our gratitude. The stage, the lights and the sound were all truly stunning, as indeed was the work of our orchestral composer in England, and the plovdiv symphony orchestra.

"So a huge thank you to Tonto, Ian, Paul, Rob, Pete, Levon, Dave, the string players and to the fans, thank you all for an unforgettable night. Our man in the studio christer is now mixing the music for a 2013 release. More to comeā€¦"

Anathema's show in Bulgaria was filmed for a Blu-Ray release coming next year, with more details to be announced shortly. You can also watch Anathema's music video for "Untouchable (Part One)" at this location.

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