In the Constellation of the Black Widow

Anaal Nathrakh - In the Constellation of the Black Widow
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Based on 1 review
User Score
Based on 25 ratings
Liked by 2 people
June 29, 2009 / Release Date
LP / Format
Candlelight / Label
Mick Kenney / Producer
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JayCrackers
86
Anaal Nathrakh at some of their best, it is brutal aggressive Black Metal with a great fusion of Grindcore for their most intense release and easily one of their best. With songs like More of Fire Than Blood and the Self-titled track being stapple within this more Bruta Black Metal it is safe to see why this record has garnered much love.

TracK Review

In the Constellation of the Black Widow 9.5/10
I Am the Wrath of Gods and the Desolation of the Earth 8.5/10.
More of Fire Than Blood ... read more
FoxInTheCity
83
Born on the ashes of the 80s hardcore punk, grindcore rapidly became one of the most obscure genres that music had ever known. Packed with mind-blowing tempos, simple instrumentations, quirky political opinions, and – most importantly – raw energy, this new musical direction descended into the underground, where it dwells ever since.

Some bands decided to follow its dark and strange path by adding more and more obscurity and creating such anti-musical abominations as pornogrind, ... read more
Flexreviews
97
Original score:100

God damn I still love this album. I BARELY listen to this record tho
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Track List

  1. In the Constellation of the Black Widow
  2. I Am the Wrath of Gods and the Desolation of the Earth
  3. More of Fire Than Blood
  4. The Unbearable Filth of the Soul
  5. Terror in the Mind of God
  6. So Be It
  7. The Lucifer Effect
  8. Oil Upon the Sores of Lepers
  9. Satanarchrist
  10. Blood Eagles Carved on the Backs of Innocents
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Added on: January 4, 2013