HATE ETERNAL Set Album Title, Prepare Festival Appearances

HATE ETERNAL, featuring MORBID ANGEL guitarist Erik Rutan and MORBID ANGEL fill-in bassist/vocalist Jared Anderson, have set King of All Kings as the title for their sophomore full-length effort, which is currently being recorded at Dimensional Sound Studio in Tampa, Florida for a late spring/early summer release through Earache Records. The highly anticipated follow-up to Conquering the Throne is being tracked by the trio of founder member Rutan, Anderson and drummer Derek Roddy.

As previously reported, HATE ETERNAL will be appearing at New England Metal and Hardcore Festival in Worcester, Massachusetts on April 5th and at the Metal Meldown IV Festival in Asbury Park, New Jersey on April 6th.

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