Thursday, July 2, 2009

Anaal Nathrakh - In the Constellation of the Black Widow

Fucking fuck, new Anaal Nathrakh is here! I mean fuck, hell yeah fuck! Highly fucking Recommended, mandatory and everything!!!
See here if you wanna more fucking brutality from this guys \m/

Y: 2009 - B: Anaal Nathrakh - A: In the Constellation of the Black Widow - T: Full-length

Tracklist:
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1. In the Constellation of the Black Widow - 04:45
2. I Am the Wrath of Gods and the Desolation of the Earth - 02:24
3. More of Fire Than Blood - 03:24
4. The Unbearable Filth of the Soul - 03:31
5. Terror in the Mind of God - 03:27
6. So Be It - 02:22
7. The Lucifer Effect - 03:54
8. Oil Upon the Sores of Lepers - 02:47
9. Satanarchrist - 04:40
10. Blood Eagles Carved on the Backs of Innocents - 03:17
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Total playing time: 34:31

Download (mp3) / FLAC part1 | part2 / Buy / Info

11 comments:

Khaos[] July 2, 2009 at 12:57 PM  

I'm gonna see these guys in a about a month, hopefully their live shows are as energetic as the music...

carl July 2, 2009 at 11:45 PM  

Same 'okay' album they release each year.

Muninn July 3, 2009 at 7:47 PM  

track 9, Satanarchrist, cuts short. Very irrating as this is one of my favorite Anaal Nathrakh songs that they've rerecorded.

Is it just me or is it the file?

Khaos[] July 3, 2009 at 8:22 PM  

dunno, the track is fine on the FLAC version

Barron July 3, 2009 at 9:57 PM  

Ugh, maybe I got really old in the last year and a half, but this doesn't seem that good to me. "Hell is Empty..." is a much better album on all counts. Maybe it's just the over-abundance of high pitch shrieking? It's not "wrathful" or "hateful" it's just dumb and drowns out any chance of enjoying some terrific guitar and drum work.....

Muninn July 4, 2009 at 1:28 AM  

I thought "hell" sucked and was way too much death metal. This album seems to be what they tried to do with the codex necro. filthy noisy black metal with a slight technological edge. The MP3 version is broken i think, checked another link and got the same crap. Just have to wait for a better rip or maybe a vinyl release. I'm liking this a lot. A lot better then their "cleaner" and more friendly sound.

Banxee July 4, 2009 at 2:38 PM  

Hmm, I have a similar feeling like Barron - there's too much high pitched sounds. There's so much various sounds that the whole album is really hard to listen and most of the stuff is hidden. Mybe it's just a higher level of musical extremality and I'm not extreme enough to bear it yet. Maybe I need to try to drown in it harder. "In the Constellation..." is a constant siege of sounds that overwhelm my senses. For this moment I would say "Hell is empty..." or "Eschaton" were better. But this is a premature opinion. I think that "In the Constallation..." is a "long run" album. The more you listen the more you feel it.

wireless darkness July 7, 2009 at 6:10 AM  

thats pretty vague pretentiousness. the album has been out no less than a year, whatever you "feel" about it within this time frame is of course growing. the only album worth mentioning is the codex necro...

carl July 7, 2009 at 10:41 PM  

LOL; that's their( generic) prior album, that's been out for that long.
They DO sound rather interchangeable. :)

slim July 12, 2009 at 1:50 PM  

A big improvement on "Hell is empty...", which too accessible, too clean, and too death metal. This is nasty, really nasty. Sounds like as cross betwteen 'The Codex Necro' and 'Eschaton'. My only problem is that the clean vocals at times go beyond King Diamond and become a little too 'Helloween'.

udino June 14, 2010 at 9:31 PM  

this is awesome thanks!!!

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