|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Murder's Concept||10||Audio||2000||Metal Mind Records|
|2||Human's Pain||14||Audio||2001||Season Of Mist|
|3||Creative Chaos||12||Audio||2000||Metal Mind Productions|
|4||Live Extermination||12||Audio||2004||Metal Mind Productions|
|7||Human's Pain||11||Audio||1998||Moonlight Productions (2)|
|8||Genocide||12||Audio||2002||Candlelight Records USA|
|9||Murder's Concept||10||Audio||2000||Relapse Records|
|12||III||10||Audio||2005||Chaos III Production|
|13||Human's Pain||14||Audio||2001||Season Of Mist|
|14||Murder's Concept||10||Audio||2000||Season Of Mist|
Yattering was originally formed in Poland in 1991, but began recording in 1996. The band was formed by Svierszcz (bass/vocals), Hudy (guitar) and Zabek (drums). In 1996 they made their two first demos, "Promo 96" and "The Sick Society". Their third demo, which only had two tracks, ended up on "Thrash`EmAll" magazine’s "Blood to Come" sampler.
In 1998 Yattering entered Selani studios and recorded "Humans Pain" which was released by Moonlight Productions. The album turned out to be one of Polands best debut cd's. Same year they released the EP "Exterminate". After the release Yattering went on various tours with bands such as Devilyn, Krabathor and Count de Nocte. Live shows became more diffucult so Thrufel (guitar) was brought into the band.
In the beginning of 1999 they split from Moonlight Productions. Soon after, Yattering signed with France's Season of Mist label, who released the band's second album, "Murders Concept". Yattering embarked on another tour, this time with Marduk and Angel Corpse in November same year.
The bands latest album is "Genocide" which was released by Candlelight Records in 2003.