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ANATOMIA "Decaying In Obscurity" [12" 2-LP, Gatefold]

Death w/ Doom Influences from Japan
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Record Label : Nuclear War Now!
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Regular version: Double heavy black vinyl, gatefold jacket printed reverseboard with inside pockets printed with a photograph of human intestines (coated with UV Gloss for maximum grossness!), A2 poster, and 12x12 insert.. Contorted and anguished. Blissed-out and serene. Spasmodic impulses forcing irregular lurches and twitches. There are infinite shades and varieties of death, and yet its certainty and mystery terrify the human soul to its core. Anatomia breathes in the foul stench produced by this final state of human existence and spews it back at the listener. The band's Death Doom sound captures perfectly the cold immobile grip of mortal expiration. Having evolved out of the decrepit corpus of Transgressor, a band that is highly regarded yet rarely mentioned, Anatomia has maintained a consistently low-key profile while producing a tremendous body of work. With its second album, _Decaying in Obscurity,? Anatomia demonstrates that its loyalty to the craft of Death Metal supersedes all other drives of the music. But, as seasoned veterans of the underground, the members of Anatomia do not rely on the mere regurgitation of ideas. While the band_s first LP, _Dissected Humanity,? manifested as an extension of the sound Autopsy captured on _Mental Funeral,? Anatomia_s new album further expands the band_s vocabulary. Every bit as bleak and morose as _Dissected Humanity,? _Decaying in Obscurity? demonstrates definitive evolution for the band. An expanded palette of texture, tempo, and melody characterizes this album and the incorporation of well-placed and subtle keyboards adds to the macabre atmosphere. The lens of horror through which Anatomia projects its vision has taken on a wider spectrum and new dimensions are explored. Rather than sacrifice sound quality, this DLP version has been cut at 45 rpm to ensure that Anatomia_s low-end death emanations are captured with the greatest integrity.

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