Anata - Dreams Of Death And Dismay


7.4 | 26 votes |
Release date: 2 April 2001
Style: Technical death metal

Owners:

57 have it
3 want it


01. Die Laughing
02. Faith, Hope, Self-Deception
03. God Of Death
04. Metamorphosis By The Well Of Truth
05. Dreamon
06. Can't Kill What's Already Dead
07. Insurrection
08. The Enigma Of Number Three
09. Drain Of Blood
10. The Temple / Erratic

Additional info
The North American version was released on Relapse on June 26th, 2001, with a slightly different cover, the logo Anata is orange rather then red as well as the font for the album title is different.

Guest review by
Visioneerie
Rating:
8.8
Anata is a band that merged over a decade ago bringing us death metal lovers their unique and wicked take on the genre. Dreams of Death and Dismay is an album that didn't quite do much for me at first listen but struck my curiosity nonetheless due to how strangely different yet how conventional it sounded. In just over a year or so, this album climbed highly in my regards. Why? Because Anata brings the perfect balance between innovative, strange and familiar sounding death metal.

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published 08.07.2009 | Comments (3)


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11.02.2015 - 01:41
Rating: 8
Fearmeister
The Tardy Boy
Damn, for some reason, I thought that Anata was more popular.
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11.02.2015 - 01:50
!J.O.O.E.!
Defunct
Written by Fearmeister on 11.02.2015 at 01:41

Damn, for some reason, I thought that Anata was more popular.

I think most people know The Conductor's Departure and not much else.
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11.02.2015 - 01:53
Rating: 8
Fearmeister
The Tardy Boy
Written by !J.O.O.E.! on 11.02.2015 at 01:50

I think most people know The Conductor's Departure and not much else.


Their loss. All these albums are great!
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11.02.2015 - 01:55
!J.O.O.E.!
Defunct
Written by Fearmeister on 11.02.2015 at 01:53


Their loss. All these albums are great!

I've only heard the last two but they're nice albums indeed. One of the few straight up tech-death bands who write interesting songs.
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