Perhaps the more commonly recognized version of the EP appeared at the tail end of a reissue of the band's 2nd EP "Pentecost III"
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The Crestfallen EP (CD 2): Recorded at Academy Studios, West Yorkshire in June and July 1992. Mastering engineer identified by the runout printings. Serenades + Crestfallen EP (Cass, Album, EP, Comp).
Serenades is the full-length debut album by British doom metal band Anathema. It was released on February 28, 1993 through Peaceville Records. It is their only album to feature Darren White on lead vocals. Rhythm guitarist Vincent Cavanagh sang lead on all subsequent albums. Serenades expands on material from The Crestfallen EP, but features more experimentation and variation throughout
Anathema's early recordings, such as the "Crestfallen" EP, were Doom Metal influenced. Re-released with "Pentecost III". Crammed onto "Serenades" as well minus the song "They Die". Recorded at Academy Studios, West Yorkshire in June and July 1992. Mixing Engineered by Keith Appleton. Produced by Anathema and Hammy. All music written and composed by D. Cavanagh and Anathema. All Lyrics by D. White except Crestfallen by D. Cavanagh. Photograph by Porl A. Medlock and D. White. Design and Layout by Dave Pybus and Anathema
The Crestfallen EP" is an EP release by UK doom/death metal act Anathema. The EP was released through Peaceville Records in November 1992. Anathema were formed in 1990 under the Pagan Angel monicker, but soon changed their name to Anathema. Anathema released the two demos "An Iliad of Woes (1990)" and "All Faith Is Lost (1991)" before signing to Peaceville Records for a multi-album deal. The Crestfallen EP" is their first official release through the label. Although & that follows is the stronger of the two in this doom metal style, this album has more than enough gloomy and emotional grief to interest adventurous metal fans. Lyrically I find it's frequently very personal and moving, with the relentless plodding metal riffs and dead-weight drums immersive and mood-setting.
I decided to purchase Anathema's debut album 'Serenades' with the extra tracks because of three reasons. I wanted to hear 'The Crestfallen EP', wanted to hear how 'Serenades' sounded beyond the selected songs I've only heard off the album, and it has a re-recording of the song 'All Faith is Lost' which is considered Anathema's most brutal songs.
|J'ai Fait Une Promesse||2:40|
|They (Will Always) Die||7:15|
|Sleep In Sanity||6:52|
|Scars Of The Old Stream||1:10|
|Under A Veil (Of Black Lace)||7:34|
|Where Shadows Dance||1:58|
|Dreaming: The Romance||23:23|
|The Crestfallen EP|
|... And I Lust||5:47|
|The Sweet Suffering||6:41|
|CDVILE 34||Anathema||Serenades / The Crestfallen EP (2xCD, Album, EP, Comp)||Peaceville||CDVILE 34||UK||1995|
|MASS 0129||Anathema||Serenades + Crestfallen EP (Cass, Album, EP, Comp)||Metal Mind Records||MASS 0129||Poland||1995|
Title: Serenades / The Crestfallen EP
Date of release: 1995
Style: Death Metal, Doom Metal
Size MP3: 1926 mb
Size FLAC: 1725 mb
Rating: 4.1 / 5
Other Formats: DXD AA DMF FLAC VQF MIDI AC3