PRO-PAIN Set U.S. Release Date For 'Fistful Of Hate'

PRO-PAIN will release their eighth studio album, entitled "Fistful of Hate", on April 6 through Candlelight Records.

Recorded in Florida, "Fistful of Hate" is the heaviest and most aggressive album to date from the long-running metal/hardcore band. " 'Fistful Of Hate' is without question our strongest production and contains some of our best work," says bassist/vocalist Gary Meskil. "It's nice to know that we still have the same drive and passion about our music 12-years post inception and we hope that our fans share in our enthusiasm."

"Fistful of Hate", which follows the late 2003 release of the band's critically applauded cover album, "Run For Cover" (Spitfire), is expected to be supported with the band's first U.S. tour in nearly four years. Planned for June, it will follow the band's already scheduled European tour set to begin March 12. The tour will introduce new drummer J.C. Dwyer (ex-PAINGOD).


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