THE PROJECT HATE: Tale Of The Missing Tapes

Sweden's THE PROJECT HATE, featuring Jörgen Sandström of ENTOMBED/GRAVE fame on lead vocals, have abandoned plans to issue a reworked version of an unreleased album from guitarist Lord K's (a.k.a. Kenth Philipson) previous band, DEADMARCH, as the group's next CD.

"The planned DEADMARCH album won't be re-recorded as fuckin' idiot Tomas Skogsberg [projected producer for the sessions] just let us know that he has lost the [original] tapes," Philipson wrote in an e-mail to BLABBERMOUTH.NET. "Fuckin' awesome. One fuckin' day before the fuckin' studio, he lets us know he cant find the fuckin' tapes. What a professional. We'll concentrate on writing the material for the next album instead."

THE PROJECT HATE recently signed a deal with ENTOMBED's Threeman Recordings imprint following a two-CD stint with Germany's Massacre Records. The group's next studio effort is tentatively due to be recorded during the summer for a late 2003 release.


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