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Dreams of Death & Dismay Import

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1. Die Laughing
2. Faith, Hope, Self-Deception
3. God of Death
4. Metamorphosis by the Well of Truth
5. Dreamon
6. Can't Kill What's Already Dead
7. Insurrection
8. The Enigma of Number Three
9. Drain of Blood
10. The Temple- Erratic

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  • Audio CD (February 2, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Imports
  • ASIN: B00005B0ZX
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #677,991 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By United Abominations on October 20, 2008
Format: Audio CD
ANATA - Dreams of Death and Dismay

Anata never ceases to amaze me. They are my favorite band, and for good reason. They are able to change things up a bit on every album, while still having that core sound that makes them stand out from the crowd. These guys just get better with each album, and it shows here as well. Their sophomore effort shows them becoming a full-fledged technical death metal band. Don't let that label worry you however. While some bands are technical for the sake of being technical (as much as I hate to admit it, some of my other favorite bands are sometimes guilty of this), these guys actually utilize technicality to craft songs. This album is more brutal and technical than "The Infernal Depths of Hatred", but it still retains the sense of emotion and melody that their debut had. Vocalist/guitarist Fredrik Schalin is at the top of his game as usual. He is not only my favorite death metal vocalist and guitarist, but he is also my favorite songwriter, as evident by the memorable songs to be found on this album. Whereas he and Allenmark shared vocal duties on the debut, Schalin takes the role of lead vocalist here, while Allenmark sticks to backing vocals. Schalin's growls are deep enough to be menacing and furious, but they aren't the total toilet bowl gutturals that a lot of brutal death metal bands abuse nowadays. In fact, get this; you can actually understand what he's saying! The guitarwork is and has always been my favorite aspect of the band. The guitarplaying is even more technical than on the debut, as we see Schalin and Allanmark utilizing jazz and classical influences, without going overboard with them. Their unique use of dissonance really takes form on this album. They combine this dissonance with their riffing and melodies.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By C. A. Spellman on November 21, 2001
Format: Audio CD
ANATA's second attack on the scene is an utterly astounding piece of surgical, shredding, diabolical and merciless carnage. ANATA have really taken the scene by the neck and rung it something fierce as this album embodies the finest attributes of technical Death Metal and infuriated it with wrathful and homicidal brilliance.
It must be understood that what really makes this album so successful is the incredible craftiness of the musicians who wrote it and their remarkable musical abilities. From an architectural vantage point, this is truly amazing. Blazing guitar work is highlighted by frenetic flurries of savage technical riffing, supported by punishing drum blasting. Weighing down this sonic butchery are the expected rasping death vocals executed by a guitarist who seems too impossibly busy with his amazing playing to have time to shout them. Those of you who remember Finland's DEMILICH will see the likeness during your listen to this album. Fuse that influence with the likes of Northern Sweden's kings of technical Death/Black Metal, THEORY IN PRACTICE and you have yourself the chemistry of ANATA.
Dreams... is an album not easily ingested upon one or two listens. Its an incredibly complex clockwork opus of dizzy proportions and every listen seems to yield something new. This truly is some of the busiest Death Metal you are likely to hear this year or this decade for that matter. There is no doubt the band worked long days to put this together and a commendable job it is. All modernism of the genre are discarded such as clean vocals or long acoustical passages. This is pure disembowlment but always methodically skilled and coherent.
Dreams... could be 2001's best and purest Death Metal album. Few will argue after hearing it for themselves and I at once order you to submit to ANATA and torture yourself with this latest 10-track effort.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 16, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Ok I've been a fan of this band since "The Infernal Depths Of Hatred" and for those who have heard that CD will find this CD to be a big change. For all those fans of the first CD, their will be mixed feelings. First off, they've removed much of the melodies that were found on "The Infernal Depths Of Hatred". They've decided to go for more of a strictly Death Metal approach on this CD. Honestly for me, it took me a while to adapt to this CD but now, I LOVE IT! I think Anata changed for the better and have evolved greatly as a band from their beginnings, up to now. For all those fans of aggressive death metal, this is one of the near-essential albums of 2001 and if you don't own it, I suggest you go pick it up!
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Righty Right. This cd is absolutely amazing. Extremely solid is an understatement. This album has the most innovative and fluid guitar movement. I think the verse and chorus guitar work is phenomenal. Then Schalin and Allenmark glide right into the slickest sounding guitar solos. These guys have practiced, a lot! The overall equalization of the album is perfect. This album is a great buy (I even got mine for 8 new, i would have paid so much more for it as well). Seriously, this is an album that you should not pass up.
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By Andre Guerreiro on February 11, 2005
Format: Audio CD
a highly underrated band in the underground scene today.

This band is not technical for the sake of being technical like many Swedish bands. They have that kind of technicality that, like Cryptopsy, is way beyond the others.

Faith,Hope, Self Deception, The Enigma of Number Three and The Temple Erratic are worthy the admission price alone. Sit back and relax. This amazing band will take you to a ride in the deepness of darkness like no other.

A true masterpiece until the end.
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