"some music was meant to stay underground..."

Anaal Nathrakh

Formed: 1999
From: Birmingham, England, United Kingdom
Last Known Status: Active

Anaal Nathrakh Interviews and Features

Below are our features and interviews with Anaal Nathrakh.


Heavy Metal Black Friday Deals Revealed

Third Update: new sales have been added below from Comatose Music and Deathwish Music.

Second Update: added new sales from Indie Merch, Sevared Records, Relapse Records, and The Omega Order.

Update: deals have now been added from Metal Blade, Give Praise, and Razorback Records.

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are a point of much contention among the metal community (with its overall disdain for consumerism, commercial whoring, and conformity) - so much so that every year Daniel Vrangsinn's (Carpathian Forest) label Misantrof even releases the "Holy Fucking ANTIChristmas" compilation in December.

Despite that, many of the underground labels do offer sales and discounts the week of Thanksgiving, so if you're looking to get some quality metal, hardcore, or rock releases on a budget, this is the time to do it - and most of it is online or digital in nature, so as a bonus, you don't have to get stomped to death by a horde of deal hunters at 5 AM!

More links will be added throughout the week as labels and distros announce their various sales, so check back in often.

If actually buying music in physical format (and especially on vinyl) is more your thing than ordering online, then RECORD STORE DAY has compiled a handy list just for you of limited run, exclusive, or Black Friday-first releases only available in stores. Peruse the full list over here.

For the digital music junkies, AMAZON.COM has dozens of $5 digital hard rock and metal albums from bands like Arch Enemy, In This Moment, White Zombie, Lamb Of God, Chimaira, and many more. The deals run through the full month of November. More...

Read more...  |  2 Comments - Discuss


Interview With V.I.T.R.I.O.L. Of Anaal Nathrakh

One of the longest-running and intense bands out there, Anaal Nathrakh from the U.K. has released another little demon to the world (reviewed here). The two-piece, consisting of Irrumator and V.I.T.R.I.O.L., has remained somewhat mysterious throughout the years; playing only a few live shows, some festivals, and leaving it up the listener to decipher the lyrics. I had the opportunity to talk at length with vocalist V.I.T.R.I.O.L. about the new album "Passion," collaborators, and the theory of music in general. More...

Read more...  |  1 Comment - Discuss