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Posted by mankvill on 07.11.2007 at 02:28
Can't believe there hasn't been a topic about one of metal's most extreme bands.

Discog:

Anaal Nathrakh (demo) - 1999
Total Fucking Necro (demo) - 1999
The Codex Necro - 2001
Total Fucking Necro (comp.) - 2002
When Fire Rains Down From The Sky, Mankind Will Reap As It Has Sown (EP) - 2003
Domine Non Es Dignus - 2004
Eschaton - 2006
Hell Is Empty And All The Devils Are Here - 2007

Personally, I think their newest offering, Hell Is Empty..., is their best album since The Codex Necro.



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Dangerboner
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  23.02.2008 at 01:27
Written by NOИ on 22.02.2008 at 15:42

one of my favourite bands right now, Mick is a very good musician and I love his works, but I think they need something new to their sound. the last album is a killer though.


Well, they have been progressing with every album, mostly with the vocals.
belisarius

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  26.02.2008 at 20:06
i was a fan since i discovered the cd domine non es dignus (that's about 2 years ago now). And i think they get better with every album
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BK1980
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  14.04.2008 at 23:04
Oh yes! New to the forum, i think i probably posted in the wrong topic before, but have now discovered the search function. Just wanted to say that, depite having not been into metal for years, i recently discovered the album "Hell is empty.." and was absolutely blown away! Staggering on all levels, one of the few albums i can put on and listen all the way through, simply immense. Having started my metal listening with Slayer way back when, i can safely say this matches Reign in Blood for jaw dropping brilliance and impact, for me at any rate. Just wondering what similar bands there are that i may have missed out on? (though i doubt any can match this...)
Nexus
Asshat

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From: Canada

  11.05.2008 at 07:17
Oh man. Anaal Nathrakh are gods, I tell you! Fucking gods! They make such amazing music. And they're coming to Montréal *is insanely psyched beyond belief*. I never expected to see them live in show, though, seeing as how they always seemed to be a studio-exclusive band (safe the few shows they did here and there in Europe) but ... thank God they're coming here *is eternally grateful*. It's going to be so awesome.

I actually didn't discover them too long ago ... only about a year and a half, two years ago. The first song I heard by them (which I still think is their best song. It's so chilling) was the Supreme Necrotic Audnance (the one off the Codex Necro). That song ... *sighs* That song is excellent. THEY are excellent.
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Necrogeddon
Born Too Late

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  12.05.2008 at 02:37
i first heard between piss and shit we are born off eschaton and as soon as i heard it i was hooked! i love all the albums esecially codex nero and eschaton.
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Nexus
Asshat

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  24.05.2008 at 21:13
Does anyone know why they postponed their Canadian dates. This makes a sad Nexus : (
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Visioneerie
Urban Monster

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  24.05.2008 at 22:12
I have trouble with this bands vocals, they're somewhat a little irritating. I could say that their music is okay, bu nothing very special, though a bit different, they have their own sound for sure.
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Necrogeddon
Born Too Late

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  29.05.2008 at 19:16
what i find annoying about anaal nathrakh...they do a tour, im excited until i realise they play london and glasgow...nowhere near birmingham! i mean they are from birmingham! why dont they come to birmingham
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Sonic MrSumo

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  04.10.2008 at 11:59
The Codex Necro is the hardest, heaviest album I own. It's just so brutal!

"Die on your knees..."
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SK921
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  04.10.2008 at 22:14
FOR ALL WHO LIKE ANAAL NATHRAKH! I RECOMEND YOU!

THE AXIS OF PERDITION!

http://www.myspace.com/theaxisofperdition
mankvill

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  05.10.2008 at 00:24
Written by Nexus on 24.05.2008 at 21:13

Does anyone know why they postponed their Canadian dates. This makes a sad Nexus : (


Visa problems. No plans to return to North America yet, though they have said they're close to making a big announcement. Dave is on tour with Benediction right now and I believe Mick is playing with his other band, Deliverance, right now.
BestMetalstormer

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From: Vietnam

  06.10.2008 at 10:09
Written by Visioneerie on 24.05.2008 at 22:12

I have trouble with this bands vocals, they're somewhat a little irritating. I could say that their music is okay, bu nothing very special, though a bit different, they have their own sound for sure.

Do you find Dani's vocal of Cradle Of Filth irritating ? I cant stand his vocal, but as for Anaal Nathrakh, I can enjoy the Dave's vocal.
BestMetalstormer

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  13.10.2008 at 18:12
Mick is such a excellent instrumentalist. He wrote all the music for Anaal Nathrkah.
Dangerboner
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  14.10.2008 at 21:19
Written by BestMetalstormer on 13.10.2008 at 18:12

Mick is such a excellent instrumentalist. He wrote all the music for Anaal Nathrkah.


Yeah, plus all his other projects he writes for...
Dangerboner
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  15.10.2008 at 05:58
They're already recording a new album. If I remember correctly, it'll get released in June 2009.
Ph0eNiX
Fire from Above

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  14.05.2009 at 23:39
Wow.... all I gotta say with this.... just wow!
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Lord_Regnier

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  29.05.2009 at 07:52
I still don't understand why some people label this band as BM.

For me, it's a mix between grindcore and Brutal Death, with a little industrial touch here and there. And vocals have something core-ish that doesn't belong to BM.

My opinion is based only on the songs from their Myspace page, so maybe I missed something. Because, imo, it's not BM by any stretch. I mean, it might have a 'little something' of BM. But enough to label it as BM? I don't think so.
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BestMetalstormer

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  29.05.2009 at 10:30
@Lord_Regnier: the vocal is black metal style and they use double bas drum, of course they have grindcore and clearly brutal death, but also black metal element.
Lord_Regnier

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  29.05.2009 at 14:01
Written by BestMetalstormer on 29.05.2009 at 10:30

@Lord_Regnier: the vocal is black metal style and they use double bas drum, of course they have grindcore and clearly brutal death, but also black metal element.


The vocals that you refer to as BM vocals have something core-ish, they're not purely BM.
The fact they use double bass drum is totally irrelevant. Double bass is used aplenty in many metal genres.

From my point of view, saying Anaal Nathrakh is BM is like saying Portal is BM. Both are a hundred times closer to Brutal Death than Black Metal.
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BestMetalstormer

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Age: 27
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  30.05.2009 at 08:54
Well I dont know how to say or describe, maybe not "double bass drum" but their drum is very black metal, check out the song Between Shit And Piss We Are Born, also When The Lion Devours Both Child And Dragon. If you think their vocal is core-ish, I think you totally wrong, maybe reversely core-ish vocal borrow black metal vocal. Im sure Dave shriek is heavily black metal. But yeah you are right that they are very close to brutal death, but brutal death with black metal vocal and element. I heard somewhere they are classified as brutal death/black metal.
Got Mayhem?

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  01.06.2009 at 23:42
I think they're a combination of Black Metal, Grind and definitely Death. Whatever they are it's a furious combination. Honestly, this just may be what an Apocalypse might sound like.
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Smurfkiller
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  04.06.2009 at 17:28
Their new album is fucking awesome. They sorta went back to their roots.
Got Mayhem?

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  09.06.2009 at 05:39
Just listened to the new album and its amazing.
even though they aren't really black metal this is definitely in the running for best BM album of 09 to me.
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BestMetalstormer

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  09.06.2009 at 08:15
Checked new stuff of 09, still worthy with epic element in their music.
AbdelioR

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From: Spain

  10.06.2009 at 13:40
Phuww.. this band it's amazing. I have listened their last albums and they're so fucking awesome
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Necrogeddon
Born Too Late

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  01.07.2009 at 03:03
Best band in the world

I am downloading 'In The Constellation Of The Black Widow' cos I can't find it in any shops ¬_¬ SO as soon as I can find it I will buy

Their music is perfect for me, Dave Hunt is such a varied vocalist, his voice gives me the shivers...My favourite album at the moment is probably Hell Is Empty... and Domine Non Es Dignus but it changes alot heh...
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ioannisk

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  03.07.2009 at 11:09
ONE OF THE BEST (IF NOT THE BEST) EXTREME METAL BAND OUT THERE! CHECK ALSO PROFFESOR FATE..MICK WRITES ALL THE MUSIC THERE AS WELL AND DOES SOME GREAT VOCALS (+GARM IN ONE SONG)
Jan Destiny

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Age: 27
From: Hungary

  03.07.2009 at 12:49
Awesome band! I know them just for a few months, their music is uniqe. The last album is something like a soundrtrack for apocalypse.
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opearn
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  26.07.2009 at 11:43
I only started list to them recently.

they sound very nice.
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Dark Phoenix

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  26.07.2009 at 16:04
Holy guacamole, I just listened to Domine Non es Dignus for the first time and this sh*t is awesome! So any recommendations which album should I listen next, cause I think it's pointless to lsiten to the whole discography at once. I'd like to know them better album by album.
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