Anaal Nathrakh - New Song Streaming Online


"Of Fire, And Fucking Pigs", a brand-new song from UK extreme metal duo Anaal Nathrakh can now be streamed in the YouTube-video located below. The song is also available for purchase on iTunes.



"Of Fire, And Fucking Pigs" comes off the band's upcoming album Vanitas, due out October 15th through Candlelight Records. More album details were previously reported here and here.



Source: youtube.com
Band profile: Anaal Nathrakh
 
Posted: 25.09.2012 by J. N.


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25.09.2012 - 19:41
J. N.
That. Was. Aaaah-mazing.
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Demetrius: Villain, what hast thou done?
Aaron: That which thou canst not undo.
Chiron: Thou hast undone our mother.
Aaron: Villain, I have done thy mother.
- William Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus: Act 4, Scene 2 (1593)
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25.09.2012 - 20:13
Valentin B
Iconoclast
I always have to turn the volume down on my speakers/earphones when playing AN songs because people would start giving me weird looks

But then again I actually liked this one, very abrasive but still having some sort of melody, especially in that main riff.
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Sing me a song, you're a singer
Do me a wrong, you're a bringer of evil.
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25.09.2012 - 20:15
Opethian
Solid, not their best. I need MORE!!!!!!!!!!!!
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25.09.2012 - 20:31
Sync
Account deleted
I am definitely not disappoint.
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25.09.2012 - 20:32
SilentScream
Blasphemer
Hopefully the rest of the album isn't as core-esque...
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25.09.2012 - 23:20
Slyfang
Amazing song. Sounds very fresh. Passion had its greatnesses, but was a bit stale. This is a whole new flavour from Nathrakh
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25.09.2012 - 23:29
scapeplan
Mouthcrab
Song isn't in the US ITunes store, and it isn't free in the U.K store.
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"Without judgement, perception would increase a million times."~Chuck Schuldiner

Less coherent than Anal Cunt.

Eric Brecht once liked my Facebook comment. Therefore, by the translative property, Chuck Schuldiner like my comment.
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25.09.2012 - 23:52
J. N.
Written by scapeplan on 25.09.2012 at 23:29

It isn't free in the U.K store.

My bad.
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Demetrius: Villain, what hast thou done?
Aaron: That which thou canst not undo.
Chiron: Thou hast undone our mother.
Aaron: Villain, I have done thy mother.
- William Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus: Act 4, Scene 2 (1593)
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26.09.2012 - 01:10
InnerSelf
proofread free
Great shizzle.
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He who is not bold enough
to be stared at from across the abyss
is not bold enough
to stare into it himself.
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26.09.2012 - 08:43
AngelofDeth
Cyborg Raptor
At first I was like: "why the fuck does this band have anal in their name?"
Then I was like: "I should check them out before I bash them"
So I listened to the song and now Im like: "This band is fuckn sick! but seriously why the fuck do they have anal in their name?"
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pewpew.. gotcha
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26.09.2012 - 11:10
corrupt
With a lowercase c
Written by AngelofDeth on 26.09.2012 at 08:43

At first I was like: "why the fuck does this band have anal in their name?"
Then I was like: "I should check them out before I bash them"
So I listened to the song and now Im like: "This band is fuckn sick! but seriously why the fuck do they have anal in their name?"

Quote:
The name comes from Merlin's Charm of Making in John Boorman's 1981 film Excalibur. According to Michael Everson's transcription, Anaal Nathrakh means "serpent's breath"
Source.

At the beginning of the song I thought they had it completely wrong with that folk intro riff. But the rest ist just typical AN. Pretty cool.
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Schwarzmetall!
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26.09.2012 - 16:22
Oaken
Hipster
It's pretty outstanding how this manages to be so brutal yet atmospheric at the same time. Kudos.
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In that case, man is only air as well.
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26.09.2012 - 20:17
AngelofDeth
Cyborg Raptor
Written by corrupt on 26.09.2012 at 11:10

Quote:
The name comes from Merlin's Charm of Making in John Boorman's 1981 film Excalibur. According to Michael Everson's transcription, Anaal Nathrakh means "serpent's breath"
Source.

I see that makes sense... But still its too close to anal.
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pewpew.. gotcha
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26.09.2012 - 21:45
J. N.
Written by AngelofDeth on 26.09.2012 at 20:17
I see that makes sense... But still its too close to anal.

Here, go bash.

http://www.metal-archives.com/search?searchString=Anal&type=band_name
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Demetrius: Villain, what hast thou done?
Aaron: That which thou canst not undo.
Chiron: Thou hast undone our mother.
Aaron: Villain, I have done thy mother.
- William Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus: Act 4, Scene 2 (1593)
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05.10.2012 - 07:11
The Voyager
The Table
Written by SilentScream on 25.09.2012 at 20:32

Hopefully the rest of the album isn't as core-esque...


I don't really hear any core influences here. Perhaps you could elaborate on that?
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05.10.2012 - 21:06
SilentScream
Blasphemer
Written by The Voyager on 05.10.2012 at 07:11

Written by SilentScream on 25.09.2012 at 20:32

Hopefully the rest of the album isn't as core-esque...


I don't really hear any core influences here. Perhaps you could elaborate on that?

Listen to the riff at 0:15. Not what one is used to hear from Anaal Nathrakh.

Not only that, but the sound is more crisp (the sound of the drum especially)...I dunno, maybe it's just this song that I don't dig, but I'm hoping the rest of the album sounds more dirty than this.
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06.10.2012 - 06:44
The Voyager
The Table
Written by SilentScream on 05.10.2012 at 21:06

Listen to the riff at 0:15. Not what one is used to hear from Anaal Nathrakh.

Not only that, but the sound is more crisp (the sound of the drum especially)...I dunno, maybe it's just this song that I don't dig, but I'm hoping the rest of the album sounds more dirty than this.

That riff is not a "core" riff. It's just a riff. You can't determine the genre of a song from a riff, nor can you determine the genre of a song from production sound. If the song had consistent elements of "core" music, then I would say it was a "core" song, but it doesn't.
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06.10.2012 - 20:12
SilentScream
Blasphemer
Written by The Voyager on 06.10.2012 at 06:44

Written by SilentScream on 05.10.2012 at 21:06

Listen to the riff at 0:15. Not what one is used to hear from Anaal Nathrakh.

Not only that, but the sound is more crisp (the sound of the drum especially)...I dunno, maybe it's just this song that I don't dig, but I'm hoping the rest of the album sounds more dirty than this.

That riff is not a "core" riff. It's just a riff. You can't determine the genre of a song from a riff, nor can you determine the genre of a song from production sound. If the song had consistent elements of "core" music, then I would say it was a "core" song, but it doesn't.

You're right. What I meant by core is that it sounds as though the production and the riffing is aiming at a more ''popular'' and ''accessible'' sound. Obviously AN isn't core...but they seem to be moving away from their dirty sound that, for me at least, was one of the things that I appreciated in their music.
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