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Anata - The Infernal Depths Of Hatred  CD (album) cover




Tech/Extreme Prog Metal

2.28 | 9 ratings

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2 stars This is one of the better death metal bands around. Well, they try to incorporate some quality into their music instead of just being brutal for the sake of being brutal. There are hundreds of bands down that alley. Although Anata is heavy influenced by the likes of Suffocation on this, their album, they tries to do something different. They have also a lot of influences from the melodic Gothenburg scene. The likes of At The Gates springs to mind.

Despite of this, the music here is pretty much standard death metal in the US vein. Anata does ultra-fast death metal here and they are pretty good at it. Despite of this, this album lacks orginality and mostly falls flat on it's face. But it is not a bad debut album. This being a progressive rock website, a two stars verdict is fitting. But this underrated band should not be ignored. But start with the last album from 2006 and not this one.

2 stars

toroddfuglesteg | 2/5 |


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