Artist: Anaal Nathrakh Album: Desideratum Release Date: 10/28/2014.
Desideratum is the eighth album by Anaal Nathrakh.
Desideratum is the eighth studio album by Anaal Nathrakh, released on 24 October 2014 through Metal Blade Records. Acheronta Movebimus" - 3:29. Monstrum in Animo" - 4:01.
Desideratum is the eighth full-length studio album by British extreme metal band Anaal Nathrakh. It was released on 28 October 2014 on Metal Blade Records. Release dates: October 24th, 2014: Germany, Austria, Switzerland; October 27th, 2014: Rest of Europe; October 28th, 2014: Worldwide.
Desideratum by Anaal Nathrakh, released 27 October 2014 1. Acheronta Movebimus 2. Unleash 3. Monstrum in Animo 4. The One Thing Needful 5. A Firm Foundation of Unyielding Despair 6. Desideratum 7. Idol 8. Sub Specie Aeterni (Of Maggots and Humanity) 9. The Joystream 10. Rage and Red 11. Ita Mori. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
ARTIST: Anaal Nathrakh ALBUM: Desideratum RELEASE DATE: 10/28/2014. 01. Acheronta Movebimus 02. Unleash 03. Monstrum in Animo 04. The One Thing Needful 05. A Firm Foundation of Unyielding Despair 06. Desideratum 07. Idol 08. Sub Specie Aeterni (Of Maggots and Humanity) 09. The Whole of the Law 1. 8.
Desideratum, like every Nathrakh album before it and especially like its predecessor Vanitas, is a destructive force that moves by so quickly that it’s like the wall of fire from the alien attack in Independence Day, sweeping up cars and buildings like dust bunnies and lint and throwing them clear across the city. It’s not exactly a step forward in terms of sound for the band, as it’s still relatively within their comfort zone, but the willingness to distort and destroy on this disc makes it feel more like grab by the neck and pull to the right. Desideratum is Anaal Nathrakh once again throwing down the gauntlet against all the bands who would make a play at being pissed off. It is a calculated butchery of sound that still comes off as intensely raw, and people owe it to themselves to check it out - if only to make every band they considered heavy before this seem like a bunch of sissies.
Anaal Nathrakh has aged gracefully (if one finds cause to call a group whose sonic assault burns in a o-bathe-in-napalm kind of way graceful). Dave Hunt and Mick Kenney, a twosome that is quite gruesome, have tremendous chemistry; their equilibrium of unrelenting musical agony and Hunt’s hellish vocals makes for a superb harmony transmitting the dark aura that is Anaal Nathrakh. The band’s evolution is the real treat, as its hateful days of grinding black metal have slowly incorporated user-friendly elements without jeopardizing quality. Of course there is the occasional surprise, this time being Of Maggots, and Humanity. The songs starts off with a very punky riff and kicks the most ass on the album.
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Performer: Anaal Nathrakh
Date of release: 2014
Style: Black Metal, Grindcore
Size MP3: 1565 mb
Size FLAC: 1992 mb
Rating: 4.7 / 5
Other Formats: DTS MP2 FLAC MP1 MOD AU MIDI