Anatomy of Evil is the second studio album from Finnish death metal band Anti-Christian, released on May 15th 1991 via Destroyen Records. It is the first album without Jeremy Kärpiki, who died in a car accident in Germany earlier in 1991. He was replaced by Roland R. Jävske, a close friend, and the album was dedicated to Jeremy. Anatomy of Evil is also the final album with Kristian Visten, who went on to join Kryptikalys and later Nocturna. It is preceded by the band's debut 1990's Rebirth In The Grave and followed by 1993's The Nazarene Cross.

Track listing

  1. "Circle of Morbid Corpses" - 4:50
  2. "Eternal Carnage" - 5:06
  3. "SoulDevouring" - 2:44
  4. "Bathe In Molten Flesh" - 4:00
  5. "Monstrosity" - 7:00
  6. "Bel'Sagothan" - 8:00
  7. "Hameovile" - 2:00
  8. "Product of Twisted Science" - 4:00


  • Räskven Tirgensä - producer
  • Johään "Decapitator" Lönnrot - vocals
  • Kristian Visten - lead guitar, backing vocals on track 7
  • Peter Gärmandsä - bass
  • Roland R. Jävske - drums
Anti-Christian-Anatomy of Evil

Anti-Christian's second album "Anatomy of Evil", their last with guitarist Kristian Visten

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