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Review: Anaal Nathrakh - Endarkenment
Anaal Nathrakh

Label: Metal Blade Records
Year released: 2020
Duration: 41:11
Tracks: 10
Genre: Black Metal

Rating: 4/5

Review online: September 22, 2020
Reviewed by: Michel Renaud
Readers Rating

Rated 4/5 (80%) (4 Votes)

More insanity from the UK's master of weirdish black/grind, with a bigger emphasis on black metal this time around. Endarkenment is pretty consistent with A New Kind of Horror, released two years ago—hell, you could say that of their entire discography for that matter as they never fail to deliver industrial-tinged black/grind that's all over the place and, to put it simply, is often a total mindfuck. Fast songs, vocals that alternate between extreme and clean but are disturbing no matter what, and guitars that rip through your flesh and leave you bleeding to death. These guys have their own sound and never really stray far away from it from one album to the next, so this is a safe bet if you like their previous stuff, and maybe even different enough if you've been shying away from them before as they're a little more tame this time around—if you can call that tame, which it isn't, really.

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