Under A Stone With No Inscription SwedenCountry Of Origin: Sweden
Anata - Under A Stone With No Inscription

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Shackled To Guilt
A Problem Yet To Be Solved
Entropy Within Video
Dance To The Song Of Apathy
Sewerages Of The Mind
Built On Sand
Under The Debris
The Drowning
Leaving The Spirit Behind
Any Kind Of Magic Or Miracle

Release Date: 2004
Label: Earache Records
Categories: Death

MetalBite Review by Adam on 2/14/2005
I have been looking forward to this release ever since I can remember and as I expected, this is one of the most innovative and crushing death metal albums to come out in quite a while. Anata is part of that special breed of death metal bands that can write an entire album without the music becoming tedious or boring before itís over. It is all part of the progressive genius that is Anataís Under a Stone with No Inscription.

This band is so talented it is ridiculous. Each member is a pro at his respective instrument. The great thing about the production is that you can actually hear the bass guitar. Many death metal bands suffer from an overwhelming amount of treble but thankfully Anata got it just right.

The overall style of Under a Stone with No Inscription is fairly progressive. The band is quite sneaky when it comes to throwing time signature changes around. From start to finish, however, this is an uncompromisingly brutal record sure to please any death metal fan. The great thing about Anata is that they play in such an interesting and unique way that they wonít have to worry about their fan-base being limited simply to these kinds of fans alone.

Anata are on the path to death metal supremacy. Under a Stone with No Inscription is an incredible album that should have little to no trouble making its way into peopleís top ten lists by the end of the year. Get ready to be amazed.

Categorical Rating Breakdown

Musicianship: 10
Atmosphere: 8
Production: 8
Originality: 8
Overall: 9

Rating: 8.6 out of 10