HATEPLOW To Tour Europe, Record New Album

HATEPLOW, the Florida-based band featuring MALEVOLENT CREATION guitarists Phil Fasciana and Rob Barrett, ex-MALEVOLENT CREATION/SUFFOCATION drummer Dave Culross, KULT OV AZAZEL bassist Julian Hollowell (a.k.a. Xaphan), and vocalist Kyle Symons, will return to action with a headlining performance on the first night (May 29) of the three-day Fuck The Commerce Open Air Festival in Germany. They will then embark on a 13-show headlining tour between June 3 and June 15, with stops planned in Germany, France, Holland, Austria, Belgium and Czech. In other news, HATEPLOW will record their third and final album before the end of the year. An early 2004 release is expected.


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