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Anata’s Tech Death Debut To Receive A Vinyl Reissue

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Kaotoxin Records and sub-label KaosKvlt are proud to announce the release of Anata’s classic debut album The Infernal Depths Of Hatred on vinyl for the very first time.

Originally released in 1998, by then recently founded record label Season Of Mist, the Swedes debut album took the unsuspecting death metal scene by storm with its stunning combination of the catchy and melodic sound of At The Gates and Dark Tranquillity with faster, heavier and more brutal parts clearly influenced by classic death metal acts such as Morbid Angel, Suffocation and Cannibal Corpse.

Remastered for analogue formats by engineer Frédéric Motte at his own Conkrere studio (Loudblast, Gorod, Otargos, Putrid Offal…) and featuring a cover version of Morbid Angel’s “Day of Suffering” as a bonus track, The Infernal Depths of Hatred will be available worldwide on October 21st.

The album’s initial collector pressing will be limited to 300 hand-numbered copies and comes as a yellow and black marbled vinyl in high-quality 300g sleeve with matte lamination and 170g lyrics insert.

Pre-orders are now available.


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2 Comments on Anata’s Tech Death Debut To Receive A Vinyl Reissue

  1. So add some noisecore, mathcore, jazz-metal fusion, melody and some superspazzoid song structure to the traditional death metal formula and hey presto! – Out comes Anata

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