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Release date: 2 November 2004
Style: Black metal, Grindcore


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01. I Wish I Could Vomit Blood On You... ...People
02. The Oblivion Gene
03. Do Not Speak
04. Procreation Of The Wretched
05. To Err Is Human, To Dream - Futile
06. Revaluation Of All Values (Tractatus Alogico Misanthropicus)
07. The Final Destruction Of Dignity (Die Letzten Tage Der Menschheit)
08. Swallow The World
09. This Cannot Be The End
10. Rage, Rage Against The Dying Of The Light

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Released by Season of Mist Records

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After their first release "The Codex Necro," Anaal Nathrakh chose a new path with "Domine Non Es Dignus." Grindcore influences were added to the raw approach of Black Metal, creating a furious and annihilating piece of work. Grindcore is not the only influence though, they have taken inspiration from more genres than that. There are clean vocals every once in a while, guttural vocals when they're needed and the melodic riffing provides a fresh bit of air. And what is there, when none of the previously new influences mentioned are present? Crushing, ripping, skin-tearing black grind. Hell yeah.

published 01.05.2007 | Comments (5)

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