HATESPHERE Launches Vocalist Search

Danish thrashers HATESPHERE have launched a vocalist search following the departure of longtime singer Jacob Bredahl earlier in the week. The band will play their first shows with the new frontman in November, and plan on playing dates in the USA, Portugal, Russia, Scandinavia and more in 2008.

Commented the band: "HATESPHERE has been touring extensively the last couple of years in Europe and has earned a reputation of one of the best live bands around. Therefore, we are not only searching for a vocalist who can sing and scream but also a frontman, with lots of live experience and the ability to handle both big and small audiences.

"What we need from you is music and video material. The materials can be both e-mailed and mailed to us on the address mentioned below. Auditions will be held in Denmark, after looking through the received material.

"If this has caught your attention, then contact the band on your MySpace profile or on mail [email protected]" Submissions can be sent to:

c/o Peter Lyse Hansen
Hallssti 41, 1. th.
8000 Aarhus C
DK Denmark

For more information, visit www.hatesphere.com.

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.

Watch HATESPHERE's video for the song "Drinking with the King of the Dead" (taken from "Serpent Smiles and Killer Eyes"):


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