HATESPHERE: Live Video Posted Online
Danish death-thrashers HATESPHERE have posted a couple of video clips from their recent show at KB in Malmö, Sweden. Check them out: live, backstage (.avi format). Also available are several live photos from a gig at Zeche Carl in Essen, Germany. View them here.
As previously reported, HATESPHERE will enter the studio the first weekend in September to record a couple of cover songs plus a brand new track. In addition, they will mix three or four live songs which were recorded at their hometown show earlier this year. The whole package will be released as a mini-CD through Italy's Scarlet Records in December. Immediately following the EP recording/mixing sessions, HATESPHERE will focus on writing new material for the group's next studio album, tentatively due in early 2004.
Upcoming HATESPHERE tour dates:
Oct. 02 – TBA, GER
Oct. 03 – Wachenroth, GER – Juz
Oct. 04 – Weimar, GER - Stoye Hall
Nov. 01 – Aalborg, DEN - Aalborg Metal Festival '03
Nov. 14 – Salzgitter, GER - Forellenhof
Nov. 15 – Cloppenburg, GER - Rote Schue
Feb. 07 – Kolding, DEN – Godset
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