Sweden's THE PROJECT HATE, featuring Jörgen Sandström of ENTOMBED/GRAVE fame on lead vocals, have set "Hate, Dominate, Congregate, Eliminate" as the title for their forthcoming third album, due later in the year through ENTOMBED's Threeman Records. "Hate, Dominate, Congregate, Eliminate" was recorded at Soundlab Studios (where the band's last CD, "When We Are Done, Your Flesh Will Be Ours", was tracked) and includes eight songs (roughly 60 minutes) of "some of the most insane . . . and heaviest grooves you ever experienced," according to guitarist Lord K (a.k.a. Kenth Philipson).
THE PROJECT HATE's next live appearance will take place at the fourth edition of the 2000 Decibel festival, which is scheduled to be held on May 17, 2003 in Bengtsfors, Sweden (180 km north of Gothenburg). Other acts set to appear at the event include CANDLEMASS, CLAWFINGER, PAIN, NIGHTINGALE, FALCONER, AMON AMARTH, and VINTERSORG.
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