Anaal Rituals


Metallers appear in Leeds

ANAAL NATHRAKH have announced they will appear at Ritual Festival which takes place at Canal Mills in Leeds on Saturday 8th April 2017.

Anaal Nathrakh will join Ihshan, Bossk, Misery Index and loads more

DAVE HUNT comments: “We’re pleased to announce that we’ll be playing at the Ritual festival in Leeds in April.  We think it’s a strong lineup, and we’re particularly looking forward to the opportunity to see the nightmare fever dream that was and is the re-formed Canvas.  All in all, we anticipate a thoroughly repulsive day”.

Ritual Festival final line-up:

Ihsahn (UK Exclusive)

Anaal Nathrakh

All Pigs Must Die

Misery Index


Unfathomable Ruination


The Afternoon Gentlemen


Corrupt Moral Altar


Serpent Venom



The first 100 early bird Ritual Festival 2017 tickets are on sale now priced at just £25 rising to £30.

For more info and ticket info go to:

ANAAL NATHRAKH released their ninth album, ‘The Whole of the Law’, via Metal Blade Records and recently launched the video for the album track, ‘We Will Fucking Kill You’, which was directed and edited by the Widow Brothers (, who interpreted the themes of the song and the cover artwork for the clip. To watch the video, please visit:

ANAAL NATHRAKH was created for one purpose – to be the soundtrack for Armageddon, the audial essence of evil, hatred and violence, the true spirit of necro taken to its musical extremes. Since 1999, they have gained a reputation for embodying precisely these things – and now, with their new record, ‘The Whole of the Law’, Anaal Nathrakh has reached the very height of their twisted powers. Marrying their trademark ferocity and against-all-reason-catchiness with a reinvigorated sense of focus and insane hatred, ‘The Whole of the Law’ “is one of the best things the band turned out in its entire career” (9/10,

To preview and purchase the album, please visit:


Mick Kenney – guitars/bass/programming

V.I.T.R.I.O.L – vocals

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