HATE Frontman Interviewed By METAL ASSAULT (Audio)

On February 18, Aniruddh "Andrew" Bansal of Metal Assault conducted an interview with Adam "ATF Sinner" Buszko of Polish extreme metallers HATE. The chat can now be streamed using the audio player below.

HATE's latest album, "Erebos", came out last year via Listenable Records. The CD was recorded at Hertz Studio in Bialystok, Poland with producers Slawek and Wojtek Wieslawski (DECAPITATED, VADER).

"Erebos", which comes from ancient Greek and means literally "deep darkness" or shadow, contains ten new songs, which are said to be a fusion of blackened death metal, industrial and ambient sounds, deathcore and heavy metal.

"Erebos" track listing:

01. Genesis
02. Lux Aeterna
03. Erebos
04. Quintessence Of Higher Suffering
05. Trinity Moons
06. Hero Cults
07. Transsubstance
08. Hexagony
09. Wrists
10. Luminous Horizon

Check out the cover artwork below.

Performance footage of new song "Wrists":

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