After giving us the first taste of their new album with "Idol", Anaal Nathrakh have more new music to share. Desideratum is being released in October and the extreme metal duo unleashed the repugnant sounds of "Monstrum In Animo", another new song. Did you enjoy that? Give us your impressions of this new tune available to stream on Soundcloud.
A couple of days ago, we got a new album update from the British grindcore band Anaal Nathrakh. This time around, they are revealing one of the songs from their upcoming album Desideratum called "Idol". Check it out on the video below. Did this song raise your expectations for their upcoming album?
Earlier this year, we learned that the British grindcore band Anaal Nathrakh were recording a new album. The new album is now finished, and will be called Desideratum. Check out the album cover below! Desideratum will be released on the 24th of October. Nearly there...
British extreme metal band Anaal Nathrakh has signed to Metal Blade Records. The duo has been working hard on the successor to their last album Vanitas. Now with a new label, it was also announced that the new album is to be released later this year. You can start preparing yourself for what's to come.
Grindcore masters Anaal Nathrakh have been recording their new album and recently checked in with an update. This upcoming new record will follow the previous full-length Vanitas with further details forthcoming but the band plans to have the album completed by the end of this month.
Do you want a new album from Anaal Nathrakh? Fear not because the British blackened grindcore behemoths have started recording their new and eighth studio album. Mick Kenney is recording new material at his studio in Orange County. If the studio pic is anything to go by, the new album will be dim and suffocating. You can now start daydreaming about the follow-up to Vanitas.
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