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Anaal Nathrakh

The Codex Necro (Reissue)

Feto 22

Released on November 10, 2009

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Anaal Nathrakh are a British metal band formed in 1999 who fuse black metal, grindcore, death metal and industrial music. Anaal Nathrakh originally set loose their debut album The Codex Necro on an unsuspecting world in 2001. Now it has been reissued with 4 never before released tracks!

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 The Supreme Necrotic Audnance  0%
2 When Humanity Is Cancer  0%
3 Submission Is For The Weak  0%
4 Pandemonic Hyperblast  0%
5 Paradigm Shift: Annihilation  0%
6 The Technogoat  0%
7 Incipid Flock  0%
8 Human, All Too Fucking Human  0%
9 The Codex Necro  0%
10 Necrogeddon (Bonus Track)  0%
11 Pandemonic Hyperblast (Bonus Track)  0%
12 The Codex Necro (Bonus Track)  0%
13 When Humanity Is Cancer (Bonus Track)  0%
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Wes from Greensburg, IN 
Mar 24 2012 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Re-issue cd of one of the greatest albums of all time,The Codex Necro. Insanely-extreme blastbeats and blackMetal type sound with vocals that literally seethe with hate, vocal eruptions so fierce they rattle your skull in. This is a band that was peering all the way into life back in 2001, and this album was their reaction towards life. Unfortunately the bonus tracks are demos from two years previously and do not reflect such sentiments as you can tell when listening to them they werent taking it as seriously. And in fact, after this album...anaal nathrakh changed their sound and instead of the amazing hateful vocals they changed to some stupid operatic singing type b.s. - not cool at all. But on The Codex Necro they were amazing, check it out if you want to really keep it real, but since you don't, back to your terrible sublime,green day,and worthless hip hop music.

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