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Leaving Eden

Discussion in 'Katatonia' started by insidethefall, Apr 14, 2007.

  1. insidethefall

    insidethefall somewhere nowhere

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    The new antimatter album really is one of the best I've heard. I really love planetary confinement and didnt think that one would fall below leaving eden but I think it has. With the inclusion of danny cavanaugh, LE sounds like a cross between planetary confinement and Anathema's judgement. Plenty of floyd-esque leads, acoustic guitars, violins, piano resulting in a heart grabbing dark atmosphere, every song is a gem. sad and beautiful, I sense a masterpiece.
     
  2. stefan86

    stefan86 invariably off-topic

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    yeah, it sounds very very good. it didn't hit me at first but songs like "ghosts", "landlocker" and "conspire" are growing on me
     
  3. FatefuL

    FatefuL syndrome lover

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    its damn good... and curios thing is that Mick Moss' sounding more Eddie Vedder than ever... lolz.
     
  4. derbeder

    derbeder in a vicious circle

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    planetary confinement is more diverse and is an overall better album. duncan patterson's absence is obvious. i usually liked mick's songs better, but i guess duncan brought something to mick's songs as well in their arrangement or something because this sounds very different.
     
  5. Hypnos

    Hypnos steck ihn nei!

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    'Leaving Eden' is awesome! the best Antimatter-release since 'Saviour'
     
  6. Anthony3

    Anthony3 I Am Nothing

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    I love this album.
     
  7. Jesse Pohjalainen

    Jesse Pohjalainen Lepra Lord

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    I only have Planetary Confinement but I'm thinking of getting this new album, or an older one first.
     
  8. Belligerent

    Belligerent Greekus Urungus

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    Ive heard of Antimatter but just failed to check em' out. I will def. buy this one w/out listening first. I just sense it will be something special.
    Cavanaugh being reason enough
     
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    stefan86 invariably off-topic

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    Get all the cds :kickass:
     
  10. AlexGuinness

    AlexGuinness The Collector

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    Lights Out has been my favourite this far, but this album stands a good chance of knocking it off the top spot.

    Mick has done an amazing job on this. The title track has been played over and over (available on the band Myspace page) in anticipation of the album... Absolutely perfect.
     
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    This album will make it definitly into my Top 10 Albums for this year. The new Porcupine Tree and Blackfield releases are also amazing! Waiting for the new Anathema album but still there is no date for it.
     
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    Belligerent Greekus Urungus

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    New Anathema=highly anticipated:worship:
     
  13. Rev Jim Jones

    Rev Jim Jones Hey kool-aid man!

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    It's damn good, now if I could just find someone to order it from in the US. Did Antimatter and TER have a falling out or something? I know they're no longer affiliated with one another.
     

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