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Band Name Anaal Nathrakh
Album Name Passion
Type Album
Erscheinungsdatum 23 Mai 2011
Musik GenreGrindcore
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1. Volenti Non Fit Iniuria 04:57
2. Drug-Fucking Abomination 07:24
3. Post Traumatic Stress Euphoria 01:40
4. Le Diabolique Est l'Ami du Simplement Mal 03:40
5. Locus of Damnation 01:00
6. Tod Huetet Uebel 04:14
7. Paragon Pariah 03:45
8. Who Thinks of the Executioner? 03:56
9. Ashes Screaming Silence 03:56
10. Portrait of the Artist 01:18
Total playing time 35:55

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Review @ Demogorefest

28 April 2011

the soundtrack to the most pissed off person in the world

Anaal Nathrakh is essentially everything that is good about extreme metal crammed into one bad ass band, they're extremely raw and brutally fast, yet Melodic and even Operatic at times and even have a few grinding riffs thrown in for good measure (see the song "ashes screaming silence"). Like all releases by the band, the lyrics aren't published so that the listener can draw their own conclusions as to what they're screaming about.
Dave Hunt (aka V.I.T.R.I.O.L.) has stated in interviews before that he refers to Anaal Nathrakh's genre as "Electro Blackened Terror Grind". With the release of their newest album, Passion, they may have to add epic into their genre description too. Almost every track on the new album has epic, hair-raising operatic choruses packed in between the vicious, distorted, and Chaotic riffs and screamed vocals. Many fans have considered their last release, In the Constellation of the Black Widow, to be the pinnacle of Anaal Nathrakh's career. However, Passion is by no means a blemish on their sterling reputation of being one of the most inventive and awesome bands out there. In fact, Passion is every bit as good as In the Constellation... was to me. I have a feeling i'll be playing tracks like "Who Thinks of the Executioner" and "Tod Huetet Uebel" for quite some time.
Passion can be summed up as being the soundtrack to the most pissed off person in the world, every track is just ferocious and brutal on so many levels. Songs like "Post Traumatic Stress Euphoria" just get me in the mood to go out and rip someone's head off just for being a human being. If you've ever had a bad day at work, school, life, whatever; this album will definantly cheer you up. As with all of Anaal Nathrakh's releases, there is nothing "happy" or "upbeat" about their music. Which is why it's no surprise that Atilla Csihar of Mayhem is a huge fan of the band himself.
This album is definantly a contender for best album of 2011 for me. Anaal Nathrakh have really outdone themselves again. This album is like a surge of pure misanthropic hatred flowing through your veins, if you've ever had a REALLY shitty day, this album is almost guaranteed to brighten up you're otherwise crappy day.

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Mercenarion - 29 April 2011: Awesome review man. Damn, never thought there would be so many good releases this year. It'll be hard to make a Top 10.
Demogorefest - 29 April 2011: yeah, definantly. that's the way i feel just about every year. I've been addicted to this album for the last week or so now. its almost perfect
DawnOfWinterSolstice - 02 Mai 2011: Awesome review man [2] Your right about having to add epic in their name, they mix the most unexpected styles ever: Grind, black metal, and epic all genres I so happen to be huge a fan of
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