HATESPHERE: Berlin Footage Available

Fan-filmed video footage of HATESPHERE's March 2, 2008 concert at K17 in Berlin, Germany can be viewed below (courtesy of "blodhemn667").

More clips from the Berlin concert are available at this location.

HATESPHERE was honored in the "Hard Rock" category at the annual Danish Music Awards (the Danish Grammy Awards equivalent). The 40th Danish Music Awards show was held on February 23 at Tivoli in Copenhagen, Denmark and was broadcast live on MySpace.

The nominees in the "Hard Rock" category were as follows:

HATESPHERE - "Serpent Smiles And Killer Eyes" (SPV)
MNEMIC - "Passenger" (Nuclear Blast)
THE PSYKE PROJECT - "Apnea" (Bonnier)

For more information, visit www.dma08.dk.

HATESPHERE entered the national chart in Denmark at position No. 26 with the group's latest release, "Serpent Smiles and Killer Eyes". The CD was mixed by Tue Madsen at Antfarm studios in Århus, Denmark.

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