England's extreme metal duo ANAAL NATHRAKH will release its new album, "In The Constellation Of The Black Widow", on June 29 via Candlelight Records. A limited-edition vinyl version of the effort will be made available the same month via Feto Records (the label run by NAPALM DEATH's Shane Embury and ANAAL NATHRAKH's Mick Kenney). A digital single entitled "More Of Fire Than Blood" will precede the full-length CD via iTunes on June 6.
ANAAL NATHRAKH vocalist V.I.T.R.I.O.L. previously stated about the band's new material, "'Constellation' will be faster, more insidious, more ominous, more musically dextrous and wilder than ever before. The album will feature a curve ball guest appearance from Zeitgeist Memento of Mexican extremists REPUBLIKA."
Formed in 1998, ANAAL NATHRAKH has recorded five full-length albums, with the most recent one, "Hell is Empty and All the Devils Are Here", released in 2007 via Feto Records (co-owned by member Mick Kenney and NAPALM DEATH's Shane Embury). Based in Birmingham, the band 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.
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