Danish thrashers HATESPHERE have issued the following update:
"We still have a few festivals to go before we start our insane fall program. We have a couple of headliner shows here and there, and then we will play main support for mighty BEHEMOTH in Poland. And then we have been confirmed as support for DIMMU BORGIR and AMON AMARTH throughout all of fuckin' Europe. Gonna be a blast! Thanks to DIMMU BORGIR and Direct [Management] for giving us the chance. Check the live section for the new dates.
"Our new video clip for 'Drinking with the King of the Dead' is finished. It should be on our site as soon as we get our own copy from the director."
Fan-filmed video footage of HATESPHERE performing at the Hultsfred 2007 festival, which was held June 14-16 in Hultsfred, Sweden, has been posted at YouTube.
HATESPHERE recently parted ways with drummer Anders Gyldenøh and bassist Mikael Ehlert. Replacing them in the group's current lineup are Dennis Buhl and Mixen Lindberg, respectively.
HATESPHERE entered the national chart in its home country at position No. 26 with its latest release, "Serpent Smiles and Killer Eyes". The CD was mixed by Tue Madsen at Antfarm studios in Århus, Denmark.
HATESPHERE has made its new video, "Forever War", available for download here.
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