THE PROJECT HATE/GOD AMONG INSECTS guitarist Lord K (a.k.a. Kenth Philipson) has issued the following update:

"Global Domination, the new excellent music-site founded by Lord K Philipson of THE PROJECT HATE MCMXCIX, and friends, is now launched. will be working in some time as the name is registered, but for now you'll have to use this temporary link to access the gem. Bookmark it and look out for the announcement when the real URL works properly. We have a lot of shit going up for the site within the next week, but the content already stuffed in there will keep you busy for a while. Reviews and what-not are lined up for the next update, and we suggest you check the site out on a daily basis so you won't miss out on anything.

"In related news, GOD AMONG INSECTS will start the recording of debut (and most likely only) album 'World Wide Death' on March 20 in Abyss Studios, with technician Tommy TÃĪgtgren. This album will be released later this year through Threeman Recordings. GOD AMONG INSECTS are also scheduled to play the 2000 Decibel festival in May. A perfect ending to a perfect career of the band. But you never know, we just might resurrect in some years for a well-profited re-union. We are waiting to get working as well, but this is the link to use until then.

"THE PROJECT HATE MCMXCIX will play a gig in Karlstad, Sweden on April 2nd. The band enters the stage at midnight, be sure not to miss it. More info at

"In the meantime, Lord K will be doing some more shows with DARK FUNERAL as their live-bassist. Spain on February 28th and then Italy in mid-March. DARK FUNERAL just got home from some 8 successful gigs in Japan and Mexico. When this trek is over, THE PROJECT HATE MCMXCIX will pick up the writing for the next album, by completing the remaining 5 or 6 songs to be on the new disc to be recorded in September in Soundlab Studios, Sweden. 2 songs, 20 minutes worth of material is already written and the winning formula presented on the last albums has not changed. It just got some more Satan in it."


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