HATE ETERNAL To Film DVD In The Spring

HATE ETERNAL mainman Erik Rutan has posted the following message on the group's official web site:

"Long time no speak. Yes, HATE ETERNAL is alive and kicking. I have been busy producing at Mana Studios the new CANNIBAL CORPSE, TORTURE KILLER, INTERNAL SUFFERING and CELLADOR and we were all at NAMM. We will be filming a DVD this spring and we are currently closing the dates for that. Also, we will be doing an European tour headlining starting April 14th 'till May 12th. Will post more info as we get closer. Thanks for being patient with us and promise the site will be updated more often. Also, www.manarecording.com is officially launched so check it out and stay death metal."

HATE ETERNAL's last album, "I, Monarch", was released in June 2005 via Earache Records.

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