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Anata – Under A Stone With No Inscription – CD Review

Intricate Death Metal is a lesser praised, yet amazing style. An exceptional act from this genre is Anata, whose 2004 opus “Under A Stone With No Inscription” [Wicked World Records] is a masterfully crafted journey into radiant mayhem. Anata is relentless and powerful….

Fiery, frenzied guitars dripping with hook cleverly dissect massive waves of crushing rhythms. Intense growls, crowned by diabolical shrieks, pierce the frenzied instrumentals with a furious power. Anata is an unfaltering, dynamic assault of sheer, glorious rage.

The best of these burning barrages includes the violent purity of “Leaving The Spirit Behind,” “Drowning,” the fiery stomp of “Entropy Within,” “Dance To The Song Of Apathy,” and “Built On Sand” is a primal wonder. Simply put, Anata is stunningly ferocious.

In summary, Anata is one of the very best Intricate Death Metal bands in the world. And “Under A Stone With No Inscription” is their greatest epic yet. Stay savage. Farewell.

Related Bands: Gardenian, In Flames, Soilwork, Usurper, Death, Massacre, Cynic, Carnage, Sadus, Hypocrisy, Arch Enemy, Carcass, Grave, Obituary, Usurper, Demilich, Darkane, Nail Within, Eucharist, Divine Souls, Psychotogen, Throcult, etc.

Keep the faith, and the AGGRESSION. War.

Bill Vogel III
Email at: StrangeAeons@hatebox.net
Copyright 2003.
Courtesy of Stranger Aeons Magazine.

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