ANAAL NATHRAKH: BBC Session Available For Download

On March 18, British black metallers ANAAL NATHRAKH went to the Maida Vale studios to record a lvie session for the BBC Radio One broadcasting. They did so with the impressive line-up of V.I.T.R.I.O.L. (vocals), Mick "Irrumator" Kenney (lead guitar), Ventnor (guitar), Shane Embury (bass, NAPALM DEATH) and Nick Barker (drums, ex-CRADLE OF FILTH, DIMMU BORGIR). You can now download one track from the session, "Do Not Speak" (taken from the album "Domine Non Es Dignus"), at this location.

ANAAL NATHRAKH's second full-length album, "Domine Non Es Dignus", was released last November through Season of Mist. The follow-up to 2001's "The Codex Necro" was recorded at Necrodeath studios and contains no "keyboards, vocal distortion or harmonizers," according to a posting on the band's web site.


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