HATE To Release New Album In October

Polish death mongers HATE are will be entering Hertz studio in Bialystok, Poland in early summer to begin recording their new album, "Anaclasis", for an October release via Listenable Records.

Commented mainman Adam The First Sinner: "Just to let you know that we finished composing for the new album. All the stuff is ready and we just can't wait to put it all on tape. The album will be entitled 'Anaclasis' with a subtitle 'A Haunting Gospel of Malice and Hatred'. There will be eight brand new tracks, [plus] 'Hex' in a new version (this track was on the DVD). There will be a painting on the cover: like devil-headed creatures of some new race. It'll look very realistic — like a real picture. The material is amazingly killing and it's worth working hard on because it has a chance to be something outstanding in the whole death metal genre."

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