MY DARKEST HATE Parts Ways With Bassist, Announces Replacement
MY DARKEST HATE, the German death metal band featuring former PRIMAL FEAR drummer Klaus Sperling, has parted ways with bassist Alex Palma due to "musical differences." Replacing him in the group's current lineup is Andreas Siegl (BLACK ABYSS, ex-PARADOX).
MY DARKEST HATE has been confirmed for the Black vs. Death Festival, set to take place March 23 at the Rockhouse in Salzburg, Austria. Also scheduled to appear are TAAKE, URGEHAL, KOLDBRANN and DISPARAGED. A flyer for the concert can be viewed at this location.
MY DARKEST HATE's fourth album, "Combat Area", was released in March 2006 via Massacre Records. The band recorded the follow-up to 2004's "At War" at Stage One studios in Borgentreich, Germany with producer Andy Classen (CALLENISH CIRCLE, TANKARD, OCCULT).
Upcoming MY DARKEST HATE shows:
Mar. 06 - Esslingen, GER - Komma
Mar. 23 - Salzburg, AUT - Rockhouse (Black vs. Death Festival)
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