U.K. extreme metallers ANAAL NATHRAKH have commenced work on material for a new album, tentatively due before the end of the year.ANAAL NATHRAKH's latest LP, "In The Constellation Of The Black Widow", was released in June 2009 via Candlelight Records. A limited-edition gatefold colored vinyl version of the effort was made available at the same time via Feto Records (the label run by NAPALM DEATH's Shane Embury and ANAAL NATHRAKH's Mick Kenney). Check out an e-card for the effort at this location. Formed in 1998, ANAAL NATHRAKH sonically fuses traditional black metal with elements of industrial, grindcore, and early-day death metal resulting in a one-of-a-kind soundscape that has earned it high acclaim from media and fans around the globe. Fan-filmed video footage of ANAAL NATHRAKH performing the song "In the Constellation of the Black Widow" on February 5, 2010 at Rio's in Leeds, United Kingdom can be viewed below (courtesy of Dave Ingham a.k.a. YouTube user "triptykon").
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