Falling Deeper (Vinyl)

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KScope Records
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Progressive Rock
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Vinyl edition. Falling Deeper finds Anathema reworking older material, backed by a 26 piece orchestra. The band is complemented by former Gathering vocalist Anneke van Giersbergen.

Anathema - Danny talks us through Falling Deeper from Kscope on Vimeo.



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