Anata - The Conductor's Departure

8.1 | 77 votes |
Release date: 19 June 2006
Style: Technical death metal


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01. Downward Spiral Into Madness
02. Complete Demise
03. Better Grieved Than Fooled
04. The Great Juggler
05. Cold Heart Forged In Hell
06. I Would Dream Of Blood
07. Disobedience Pays
08. Children's Laughter
09. Renunciation
10. The Conductor's Departure

Additional info
Country: Sweden
Label: Wicked World/Earache Records
Genre: Technical Death Metal

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Anata Is actually a band with a huge history which, by the way, I'm not familiar with. Their first full-length came in 1998 if I'm not mistaken, then they released 3 more albums and one split CD; the funny thing is that I heard their name until Wicked World/Earache released an album called Under A Stone With No Inscription back in 2004, but that's a whole different story; right now it's time for The Conductor's Departure to be reviewed and analyzed.

published 05.08.2006 | Comments (12)

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10.12.2014 - 17:05
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I often forget how much personality this album has. One of the few more traditional sounding tech-death albums I really like.
06.05.2015 - 20:51
Rating: 9
Thrash Talker
One of the best Tech-Death album ever made...
- I love my technical, melodic, my thrash, agressive and fast paced, my sludge, well thought, my heavy, heavier and my metal, ever-growing -

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