Today is the kind of day that makes me wanna go up to the roof of the MetalSucks Mansion with a gun and just start picking people off. Luckily for everyone, then, that a) I don’t actually own a gun, and b) there’s new music from the UK’s extreme industrial blackened death grind act, Anaal Nathrakh, currently streaming on the band’s MySpace page.
The songs, entitled “More of Fire than Blood” and “The Lucifer Effect” (the latter of which would be a pretty cool band name in and of itself), are just a taste of the band’s forthcoming new album, In The Constellation Of The Black Widow, which comes out June 29 on Feto Records, a label co-owned by Nathrakh’s Mick Kenney and one Mr. Shane Embury of If-You-Don’t-What-Fucking-Band-Shane-Fucking-Embury-is-in-Go-Fuck-a-Horse-fame. Although it would be much funnier if the album was called It Wasn’t the Pronunciation that Frightened Me, I suppose it would be considerably less evil sounding.
ANYWAY, these songs have the ability to kill midgets. They also show the almost bizare vocal range of the front man who goes by the name “V.I.T.R.I.O.L.”, which is short for Victor Ingrid Thaddeus Rectum Inspector of Love. True story.
Check out the songs here.