"Smell Of Death", the new video from Danish thrashers HATESPHERE, will make its online debut on January 7. The clip was filmed during the band's October 2012 European tour and was produced by the art of Mircea Gabriel Eftemie (MNEMIC).
A screenshot from the video can be seen below.
"Smell Of Death" comes off HATESPHERE's latest album, "The Great Bludgeoning", which entered the official chart in Denmark at position No. 40. The group's previous CD, "To The Nines" (2009), landed at No. 36 while 2007's "Serpent Smiles and Killer Eyes" debuted at No. 26.
"The Great Bludgeoning" was produced, mixed and mastered by Tue Madsen (THE HAUNTED, SICK OF IT ALL, MOONSPELL, DARK TRANQUILLITY) at the Antfarm Studios in Aarhus, Denmark. The cover artwork as created by Mircea Gabriel Eftemie, who has previously worked with SOILWORK, STRAPPING YOUNG LAD and MNEMIC (for which he also plays the guitar).
HATESPHERE's previous video, "Resurrect With A Vengeance", can be seen below. The clip was recorded and produced in September by Søren Dybdal Jensen and Claus Reinhold for Division 666.
Vocalist Esben "Esse" Hansen joined HATESPHERE as the band's new singer in June 2010.
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