British black metal act ANAAL NATHRAKH have recorded a session for BBC Radio 1's "John Peel" show. Four tracks of "vile savagery" were laid down, including "The Oblivion Gene" — a song so new it had never even been performed before this recording. The session is due to be broadcast on December 16 between 10:00 p.m. and midnight in the U.K., and can be heard on the net at this location both live and for a week or so after the broadcast. "Necrotic listeners are advised to turn it up as loud AS FUCK," reads a post on the band's web site. "Anyone who is easily offended or of the wimp persuasion is encouraged to FUCK OFF."
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