ANAAL NATHRAKH w/ Incite, Secrets Of The Sky:
5/11/2015 Starlite - Sacramento, CA
5/12/2015 Complex - Los Angeles, CA
5/13/2015 Backstage Bar - Las Vegas, NV
5/14/2015 Club X - Salt Lake City, UT
5/15/2015 Black Sheep - Colorado Springs, CO
5/16/2015 Riot Room - Kansas City, MO
5/17/2015 Live Wire Lounge - Chicago, IL
5/18/2015 Empire Concert Club - Akron, OH
5/19/2015 Hard Luck Bar - Toronto, ON
5/20/2015 Foufounes - Montreal, QC
5/21/2015 St. Vitus - Brooklyn, NY
5/22/2015 Championship's - Trenton, NJ
5/24/2015 Maryland Death Fest - Baltimore, MD

ANAAL NATHRAKH unleashed their eighth studio offering, Desideratum, via Metal Blade Records last Fall. Christened, "one of the most utterly fearsome and inventive outfits currently operating in the modern extreme metal scene," by Decibel Magazine, and, "impossibly abrasive and brutal," by MetalSucks, ANAAL NATHRAKH - guitarist/bassist/programmer Mick Kenney alongside vocalist David Hunt AKA V.I.T.R.I.O.L. - is the sound of chaos incarnate. Entirely petrifying yet inexplicably inviting, the duo's maniacal musical dexterity, ingenuity and breadth, married with an intensely cynical intelligence is virtually unmatched in the metal world. Reaping mass approvals from media outlets globally, Desideratum takes the meaning of "extreme" to an entirely new realm of audio bedlam. Metal Injection applauds the pair for consistently offering up, "their own special breed of terrifying, mixing up grindcore speediness with giant choruses and riffs that are the audible equivalent of total nuclear annihilation," Noisey boasts of the record, "The snarling vocals of Dave Hunt are the focal point, with the war machine of unrelenting black metal/grind/pseudo-industrial blasts bringing up the rear. ANAAL NATHRAKH's approach is no mercy ever, apparently," while About.com opines, "ANAAL NATHRAKH are mesmerized by chaos, whether it be from incoherent screaming or programmed drums that blur into a mess of seismic beats. Even more intriguing are the melodic components thrown into the chaos, like the occasional soaring chorus line or striking guitar lead."