Anaal Nathrakh share new track

2020-08-04 by Fernando Alves CONTRIBUTOR | 23 Comments
British extreme metallers Anaal Nathrakh are sharing the title track of their upcoming eleventh album Endarkenment, scheduled to be released on October 2nd, via Metal Blade Records.

Stream the new track on the band's Bandcamp:
https://anaalnathrakh.bandcamp.com/album/endarkenment

At 5 pm (GMT) the video will also be available on Metal Blade's YouTube channel. You can stream it below.


Directed and Edited : David Brodsky for MyGoodEye

Multi-instrumentalist Mick Kenney comments: "There has been, and continues to be, increasingly widespread rejection of Enlightenment-style values such as rationalism, skepticism, the rejection of faith in favour of judgements dependent on empirically verifiable phenomena and so on. There are local versions in many places, but in our native UK, this was summed up by politician/sinister gnome Michael Gove's famous claim that we've 'had enough of experts'. Thus we enter the age of endarkenment."

Endarkenment tracklist:

1. Endarkenment
2. Thus, Always, to Tyrants
3. The Age of Starlight Ends
4. Libidinous (A Pig with Cocks in Its Eyes)
5. Beyond Words
6. Feeding the Death Machine
7. Create Art, Though the World May Perish
8. Singularity
9. Punish Them
10. Requiem

Order at: https://www.metalblade.com/anaalnathrakh

Tagged: Anaal Nathrakh

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TheNotrap
Contributing Reviewer
August 4th 2020
14965 Comments


Good stuff, I always like when they add some melody to their sound.

Digging: Gorephilia - In The Eye Of Nothing

Nocte
Contributing Reviewer
August 4th 2020
12893 Comments


I think it's possible that these guys are releasing music too frequently. Doesn't mean I don't like - but I could really do with another Vanitas level release.

TheNotrap
Contributing Reviewer
August 4th 2020
14965 Comments


I love these guys, so it doesn't bother me that they release albums on a regular basis. I wish more bands would do it.

TheSpirit
Contributing Reviewer
August 4th 2020
27097 Comments


the last thing they released was in 2018, how is this any different than the album cycle for 95% of the rest of the music industry

Digging: Gorephilia - In The Eye Of Nothing

Dizchu
August 4th 2020
298 Comments


I love this band but I haven't been excited by a new release since Vanitas.

Props to Mick for calling Michael Gove a sinister gnome though.

TheNotrap
Contributing Reviewer
August 4th 2020
14965 Comments


I still believe bleach can help save lives

MotokoKusanagi
August 4th 2020
3420 Comments


Libidinous (A Pig with Cocks in Its Eyes) m/

Digging: Refreshers - Pork Pie

heck
August 4th 2020
4869 Comments


the uncensored cover is literally a pig with penises for eyes

Lichtbringer
August 4th 2020
407 Comments


They haven’t released anything good/consistent since “In the Constellation...”, this will be no different. Track makes decent use of their tried and tested formula though. Refrain sounds like it’s from a Pop song.

Azog
August 4th 2020
355 Comments


Eleven albums in, and not a single karaoke track to show for. Oh well...

Nocte
Contributing Reviewer
August 4th 2020
12893 Comments


"how is this any different than the album cycle for 95% of the rest of the music industry"

It's not, but when every album is average to 'okay' since 2012 there's enough to call for a quality over quantity approach?

heck
August 4th 2020
4869 Comments


>They haven’t released anything good/consistent since “In the Constellation...”

objectively bad take

zaruyache
August 5th 2020
22885 Comments


"objectively bad take"

everything since Constellation has been utter milquetoast

Digging: Obliteration - Cenotaph Obscure

MillionDead
August 5th 2020
2221 Comments


I agree with most everyone else, half the bands teeth are missing since 2012. They aren't as violent as they used to be and that's a sad thing.

Wish they'd do another song like Castigation and Betrayal.

combustion07
August 5th 2020
6977 Comments


Been a long time since I've checked anything from this band but this didn't click with me much.

XyphDryne
August 5th 2020
34 Comments


Sure, it is almost as metal pop song, but I find it fucking awesome. I just hope they don´t get rid of the electronic ingeredients on the new album. Instant buy for sure.

heck
August 5th 2020
4869 Comments


Vanitas and Whole of the Law are two of their best albums.

Malcontent
August 5th 2020
103 Comments


The contrast between the statement about Enlightenment-era values and the track title "4. Libidinous (A Pig with Cocks in Its Eyes)" just gave me whiplash lmao


MillionDead
August 5th 2020
2221 Comments


@Malcontent: Gotta stay edgy, obviously.

The best Anaal records will always be Codex, Hell is Empty, Constellation, and Vanitas. I need the punishment.

NoHellsNoHeavens
August 5th 2020
204 Comments


Man the cleans on this are legendary! Excited for this to come out!

Flugmorph
August 6th 2020
23132 Comments


Anaal Nathrakh Power Metal is what this is

deathofasalesman
August 6th 2020
7172 Comments


exactly what i expected when i saw the news, cleans are actually pretty cool this time

drum machines are still as inhuman as ever, which is a plus

AnEpicDeath
August 7th 2020
232 Comments


Did he mean "anecdotally" rather than "empirically"? Doesn't make much sense otherwise, right?



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