Anaal Nathrakh release new song
2014-08-27 by Robert Davis CONTRIBUTOR | 18 Comments

Brummie extreme metal band Anaal Nathrakh have released a new song entitled 'Idol'.

The song is taken from the band's upcoming eighth album Desideratum, which is set to be released via Metal Blade Records on 24th October (GAS) and 27th October (rest of Europe).




Band Page: Anaal Nathrakh

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zaruyache
August 27th 2014
6431 Comments


I really wish they would do away with those stupid clean vocals. They sound lame and don't fit at all. Also wish they'd go back to the "evil" sound they had on 'Constellation.

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NocteDominum
Contributing Reviewer
August 27th 2014
7041 Comments


Waiting for a full promo version

Angelboros
August 27th 2014
111 Comments


Not as ear-assaulting as anything I've ever heard off In the Constellation of the Black Widow, but the song gets a pass. On another related note: since when the hell did these guys sign with Metal Blade?

Crysis
Staff Reviewer
August 27th 2014
16388 Comments


Not too bad, I liked it

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linguist2011
Contributing Reviewer
August 27th 2014
1875 Comments


"since when the hell did these guys sign with Metal Blade?"

Since late June apparently:

http://www.metalblade.com/us/news/anaal-nathrakh-signs-to-metal-blade-records/

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compromisedreality
August 27th 2014
21 Comments


Deeece

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Spag
August 27th 2014
1759 Comments


Clean vocals rule.

Whole song rules.

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Gameofmetal
August 27th 2014
1103 Comments


I like it. The cleans are pretty cool.

Dancedrewdance
August 27th 2014
543 Comments


Add me on tumblr guys

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demon of surveillance
August 28th 2014
822 Comments


haven't cleans been around at least since Constellation anyways? sounds awesome, hopefully at least on par with Vanitas

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Hawks
August 28th 2014
35824 Comments


They've been around long before that.

Band rules though, pumped for a new album.

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PunchedPeach72
August 28th 2014
6 Comments


Only the second song I've heard from this band, not bad. the other song I heard had a more black metal sound to it

DallyLama
August 28th 2014
1073 Comments


LOL ANAL

Danyll
August 28th 2014
18 Comments


Not bad, not bad at all.

FrozenVain
August 28th 2014
2432 Comments


Pretty good but it sounds like a weaker song from one of their better albums.

SpiritCrusher2
August 28th 2014
3039 Comments


sounds like a leftover from Vanitas

Solbrave
August 28th 2014
237 Comments


sounds like a leftover from Vanitas [2]

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Raz0rGrind23
August 28th 2014
423 Comments


Yessss, love these guys.



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