THE PROJECT HATE: Deep In Writing Mode

THE PROJECT HATE, the Swedish band featuring Jörgen Sandström of ENTOMBED/GRAVE fame on lead vocals, have posted the following update on their web site:

"We are deep into the writing of the the material for our fourth full-length to be recorded in December of 2004 in Soundlab Studios, Sweden. 3 nine-minute-tracks are fully completed and we have a lot of stuff to arrange and put together for songs as well. Seeing that the GOD AMONG INSECTS thing has been taking [guitarist] Lord K Philipson's time as of late, it's good to see that we are now back on track with writing for TPH.

"It seems that last album, 'Hate, Dominate, Congregate, Eliminate', is finally getting out everywhere, and the U.S. will see it in September finally. We have started to do some interview for this album now which feels kinda strange as it was recorded over a year ago. Better late than never, huh?

"What can we say about the new material then? It definitely carries on from what we did on 'HDCE', but it feels like we have gotten into a more brutal direction with this one. Don't you worry, all the elements we are known for are still there, probably even more so this time around, thanx to the new equipment we use. Ms. Jo Enckell's gotten some material to work with already and we all look forward to hear what she's come up with this time around. It's still some 6 months before the recording, but with this pace we should have the stuff ready in a few months, now when we can concentrate solely on TPH."


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