Eschaton is the third studio album by British black metal band Anaal Nathrakh. Musically, the album continues in the vein of the previous album, Domine Non Es Dignus. The album features guest appearances by Shane Embury (Embryonymous) on bass, and Attila Csihar (from Mayhem) performs vocals on "Regression to the Mean".
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Anaal Nathrakh : Eschaton,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. Eschaton being a word that refers to the end of the world, the title describes perfectly the album if you want my opinion
Anaal Nahrakh’s newest release, Eschaton maintains and reinforces Anaal Nathrakh’s reputation of extreme musical brutality, but also shows more talented song writing and ear catching melodic solos, and riffing. The album is absolutely amazing for the evolution that Anaal Nathrakh has gone through from combining the Codex Necro’s brutality and Domine Non Es Dignus’s melody and with a newly added death metal type sound to some of the tracks.
Eschaton is the third album by British black metal/grind band Anaal Nathrakh. Musically, the album continues in the direction of the previous album, Domine Non Es Dignus, moving further away from the chaotic, wall-of-noise black metal excursions of The Codex Necro, into simpler verse-chorus song structures with occasional clean vocals and more melodic riffs.
Eschaton is the third album by British extreme metal band Anaal Nathrakh. It was released on 16 October 2006 on Season of Mist. An eschaton is a form of prophecy concerning the end of the world. The album features guest appearances by Shane Embury on bass, and Attila Csihar (from Mayhem) performs vocals on Regression to the Mean. Recorded at Necrodeath Studios, Birmingham, between February & June 2006.
By the time it winds down, the album does grow somewhat wearying; its constant abuse of the listener eventually starts to exhibit diminishing returns. But for much of its running time, it's the kind of record that makes you take a step backward in welcome surprise.
Creativity is top-notch. One of the most inventive album's you'll ever hear. Their style is unmatched in the world of metal, so slapping a genre on them is no easy task; this alone makes Eschaton a very worthwhile listen.