A one-minute teaser video, featuring songs from UK extreme metal act Anaal Nathrakh's upcoming album Vanitas, due out October 15th through Candlelight Records, can now be streamed in the YouTube-video located below.
Anaal Nathrakh's multi-instrumentalist Mick Kenney has teamed up with Brandan Schieppati of Bleeding Through to form Sorrows, a band playing "a mixture of hardcore crustpunk, black metal, electronic beats and super heavy riffage", as Kenney puts it himself. Drum support will come from Trevor Friedrich of Combichrist. The band is currently seeking for a label to release their already recorded debut album. Sound samples can be listened to on the official Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/sorrows
According to a posting by the band, their fifth studio album "In The Constellation Of The Black Widow" will be released through Candlelight Records on June 29th 2009.
A limited edition vinyl will also be released by Feto Records in the same month. More info about that coming soon. A digital single entitled "More of Fire Than Blood" will be released via Itunes on 6th June.
Commenting on the new album, vocalist Dave Hunt states: "Constellation will be faster, more insidious, more ominous, more musically dextrous and wilder than ever before. The album will feature a curve ball guest appearance from Zeitgeist Memento of Mexican extremists Republica."
UK metallers Anaal Nathrakh have issued the following update:
"The work on the new album is nearing completion, and we can now announce the record label via which it will emerge later this year: Candlelight Records."
The popular extreme metal duo are currently in the studio working on its new album, "In The Constellation Of The Black Widow", for a summer release. Vocalist Dave Hunt says: "Candlelight have shown a strong belief in Anaal Nathrakh and looking at some of the acts on their roster both past and present it seems they are capable of backing up their good intentions. With their help, we hope we can finally get the planet cracked in half."
Commenting on the new album, Dave states: "Constellation will be faster, more insidious, more ominous, more musically dextrous and wilder than ever before. The album will feature a curve ball guest appearance from Zeitgeist Memento of Mexican extremists Republica."
You can check out a new song from British Extreme Metallers Anaal Nathrakh entitled 'Screaming Of The Unborn' online at the Feto Records MySpace page, here. The band earlier already made the song 'The Final Absolution' available online at their own MySpace page.
Both tracks are taken from the band's forthcoming new album "Hell Is Empty And All The Devils Are Here" which is set to be released on October 29th via Feto Records.
British extreme metallers Anaal Nathrakh will release their fourth full-length album "Hell Is Empty, And All The Devils Are Here", on October 28 via the band's own record label, Feto Records.
The CD will reportedly include guest vocals from Circle Of Dead Children's Josama Bin Horvath and Dirty Von Donovan from Exploder, as well as Shane Embury (Napalm Death) on bass. Songtitles set to appear on the album include "Castigation And Betrayal" and "The Final Absolution".
Instrumentalist Mick Kenney had this to say regarding the direction of the material, "These songs are gonna blow everything we've ever done in the past and will make you want to actually smash your own face in."
Anaal Nathrakh guitarist/drummer Mick Kenney and Napalm Death bassist Shane Embury have just set up a new label together. They will use the label to mainly release material of their own. The label is called 'Feto Records'. The first thing Feto Records will release will be Lock Up's (Shane Embury, Thomas Lindberg, Nick Barker and Jesse Pintado as an ex-member) new record 'Live In Japan'. As well as that, Kenney's debut album 'Exploder'.