HATESPHERE Announce New Drummer

Danish death-thrashers HATESPHERE have announced the addition of drummer Anders Gyldenøhr to the group's ranks. "Anders is 200% into the band, and he's kickin' it — bigtime!" the group write on their official web site. "Anders will have his HATESPHERE debut show at the Nuclear Storm Festival in Czech Republic the 19th of July, with VADER, BEHEMOTH, our boys in SOUL DEMISE and many more."

HATESPHERE will enter the studio in the fall to record a couple of cover songs and one new track for an upcoming split 7" single with an as-yet-undisclosed band. After that, HATESPHERE will focus on writing new material for the group's next studio album, tentatively due in early 2004.

Upcoming HATESPHERE tour dates:

Aug. 08 - Hochstenbach im Westerwald, GER @ Fun and Crust
Oct. 02 - TBA
Oct. 03 – Wachenroth, GER – Juz, GER
Oct. 04 – Weimar, GER - Stoye hall - GER
Nov. 01 – Aalborg, DEN - Aalborg Metal Festival '03 – Aalborg, DEN
Nov. 14 – Salzgitter, GER - Forellenhof
Nov. 15 – Cloppenburg, GER - Rote schue


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