HATESPHERE Completes Work On New Album

Danish thrashers HATESPHERE have postponed their previously announced November 15 concert in Næstved, Denmark due to the fact that the group's guitarist Peter "Pepe" Lyse Hansen is currently awaiting the birth of his first child.

In other news, HATESPHERE has completed work on its new album with producer Tue Madsen at the Antfarm Studio in Aarhus, Denmark. More information will be made available soon.

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.

Fan-filmed video footage of HATESPHERE performing live at the TMF2008 (Total Metal Festival) on September 20, 2008 at New Demodè in Bari, Italy can be viewed below.


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