HATESPHERE To Release 'New Hell' Album In November

HATESPHERE To Release 'New Hell' Album In November

Danish metallers HATESPHERE will release their new album, "New Hell", on November 20 via Massacre Records. The CD was recorded in August at producer Tue Madsen's Antfarm Studios in Aarhus, Denmark.

Prior to entering the studio to begin the new album recordings, HATESPHERE vocalist Esben "Esse" Hansen stated about the band's new CD: "You can look forward to 40 minutes of HATESPHERE as you know it, however, seasoned with a few surprising delights! Who, for example, would expect to hear blast beats on a HATESPHERE record?"

Produced, mixed and mastered by Madsen, "New Hell" will also be made available as a limited-edition digipak with two exclusive bonus tracks. The CD's stunning artwork was created by Niclas Mortensen (AMON AMARTH, AS I LAY DYING, PROTEST THE HERO, BRING ME THE HORIZON, WHITECHAPEL).

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