Skip to
YouTube video

Loading player…

Shouts

Leave a comment. Log in to Last.fm or sign up.

  • "Life is eternal" not as profound as it's made out to be -.-
  • This is so beautiful :)
  • Tagged as doom metal? HaHaHa...
  • You are mistaken ;) http://www.kscopemusic.com/anathema/weathersystems/
  • Daivid Icke speaking, if I'm not mistaken.. awesome
  • goddammit i love this song so much
  • Life is eternal.
  • great)
  • I'm blown away. [2]
  • This is so beautiful <3
  • I'm blown away.
  • Overwhelming. And to think, it's basically just an intro.
  • wow
  • "Only you can heal your life", but sometimes it´s very hard.
  • sounds a bit like kevin moore's chroma key stuff(you go now).. especially the spoken words..
  • "Jarring Philosophical statement." *drop some names and start pretending i'm spiritually insightful and claim the statement to be great but not convenient...
  • touching
  • "And I thought that it's the most profund words I have ever heard about that issue and it really put me in peace"
  • This really touched me, in some way..
  • sounds like the man discover an important issue about humanity, about life, about be here, as an human being, in earth.
  • Great Gig in the Sky Part 2? I can dig it.
  • Life is not the opposite of death. Death is the opposite of birth. Life is eternal. For me this is an great thought. [4] But it doesn't put my in peace... Nothing will, after Shroud of False.
  • this is fucking beautiful. the whole album is fucking beautiful, actually.
  • Only you can hear your life, only you can heal inside.
  • second part of The great gig in the sky [2]
  • I agree somewhat with Megatron-1. It does sound like he's crying or upset, and he doesn't sound that at peace to me at all. Otherwise, a very beautiful track.
  • As a part of "A simple mistake" it is wonderful and amazing.
  • The second part of the song is great. More and more I like this album.
  • Life is eternal
  • Although I truly love and always loved the sound of Anathema-albums I ever felt some sort of soft denial of most of their lyrics. ("Of of of"? Gotta love English! XD) That changed completely with the new album and its all-embracing spiritual/conscious motive. It's just wonderful that there finally is a famous band which carries this thought(s) to people :)
  • who the hell tagged this 'doom metal'
  • I find the accent of the spoken part extremely soothing. He really sounds like a guy who is in peace with himself. The thought-process is really interesting. Though he kind of jumps into conclusion about the "state of pure consciousness". Funny that he also seems to know that. Well just my interpretation: "and isn't it a raging or outrageous" hints to that jump to a conclusion which is not obvious. Anyway, the song is pure bliss. Really evocative and thought provoking.
  • it's a nice song, but the guy's voice in the spoken part is really awkward to listen to. it kinda sounds like he's crying a little.
  • second part of The great gig in the sky
  • What we are looking for now, we are searching for and we have been searching for, now we've become closer to it and now we know it's already there, is there forever to seek, it's there, and it's going be there, all the time, forevermore.
  • its really good
  • The frequent Pink Floyd comparisson makes me understand why I can't stop listening this album
  • It's very logical if you think about it, lol. This song together with Angels walk... is pure awesomeness.
  • Life is not the opposite of death. Death is the opposite of birth. Life is eternal. For me this is an great thought. [3]
  • it's there and it's gonna be there all the time forevermore.
  • Life is not the opposite of death. Death is the opposite of birth. Life is eternal. For me this is an great thought. [2]
  • xx
  • Sounds Pink Floyd-ish. And I like it.
  • Life is not the opposite of death. Death is the opposite of birth. Life is eternal. For me this is an great thought.
  • This man's voice on that track reminds me of Roger Waters' voice. It's very similar.
  • @Zeus00: Hahaha! While there is indeed an (American) anthropologist Professor Stanley Ambrose, I think this is more likely to be long time folk musician and broadcaster on Radio Merseyside Stan Ambrose.
  • My God, it's wonderful.
  • @hotarunohikari: no, the guy's name is Stan Ambrose. I believe he's an anthropologist? Danny interviewed him a long while ago apparently.
  • I just can't help smiling when listening to this.
  • Xhi
    i think his voice is far more astonishing than hers. this is haunting.

Pagination

API Calls