GODHATE Announce Swedish Dates

Swedish death metallers GODHATE (formerly THRONEAEON) have lined up the following dates in March/April:

Mar. 27 – Sundsvall, SWE @ Folkets Hus (w/ NAGLFAR, NOCTURNAL RITES)
Apr. 24 – Trollhättan, SWE @ Club Extreme

As previously reported, GODHATE recently put the release of their self-titled debut "on hold" while they are exploring all available options for a new record deal. The CD, which was recorded under the band's previous moniker, contains "furious, blasphemous and uncompromising death metal in the vein of SLAYER, DEICIDE and MORBID ANGEL with a touch of the early Swedish style," according to the group. "Very well produced, with a powerful yet unique sound," the album features a guest appearance by drummer Matte Modin of DARK FUNERAL.


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