HATESPHERE To Enter Studio In February

Danish death-thrashers HATESPHERE will enter Jailhouse Studios in February with producer Tommy Hansen (HELLOWEEN, PRETTY MAIDS) to record their new album, tentatively due in May through Italy's Scarlet Records.

HATESPHERE's most recent mini-album, "Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed and Something Black", contained three studio cuts and four live tracks and was the group's first release with drummer Anders Gyldenøhr, who replaced Morten Toft Hansen (RAUNCHY) in May.

Upcoming HATESPHERE tour dates:

Feb. 05 – Rytmeposten - Odense, DEN
Feb. 06 – Riamuf - Ribe, DEN
Feb. 07 - Godzzfest, Godset - Kolding, DEN
Apr. 30 - Aarhus Fee Metal Festival, VoxHall - Aarhus, DEN
Aug. 14 – Party.San Open Air - Bad Berka, GER
Aug. 19-21 - Summer Breeze Open Air – Abtsgmünd, GER

More tour dates will be announced soon.


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