Depths of Hatred
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Depths Of Hatred will be releasing new album "Hellborn" tomorrow - October 17th - and today the band has made the full album available online for streaming. Listen in through the YouTube player below. The track listing (and corresponding times in the YouTube clip) is as follows:
00:00 - Nefarious Divinity
03:32 - Human Decay
07:40 - Secluded Redemption
10:30 - Son Of Perdition
14:18 - Ill Prosperity
17:57 - Born Condemned
20:55 - Unholy Incursion
24:49 - Misery Enslaved
28:35 - Buried Affliction
31:41 - Exodus
36:10 - Immortal More...
Montreal death metal band Depths Of Hatred has premiered a brand new single/music video for "Misery Enslaved," taken off upcoming album "Hellborn."
The band has been hard at work on this forthcoming album for over a year now, and is ready to unleash the beast on October 17th. The effort was mixed/mastered by Christian Donaldson (Cryptopsy, The Agonist, Beneath The Massacre) and artwork was created by Colin Marks at Rain Song Design.
Check out the new video below, and pre-orders for "Hellborn" can be made at this location.
Depths Of Hatred has checked in with the following update about working on a forthcoming album release:
"Hey guys, this is probably the last thing you'll hear about our upcoming album until everything is finally unveiled, which should be sooner than later.
"We've finally gotten our final mix/master back, and everything else regarding the release is pretty much ready to go. We're incredibly stoked to finally get this beast out and can't wait for you guys to hear it.
"Thank you so much for sticking with us, we know it's taken a while, but rest assured the wait is almost over. In the meantime, we recorded a few riffs off of the album for you guys to headbang to while you wait the final stretch. Hell awaits." More...
Depths of Hatred has issued the following announcement about offering the "Aversionist" album for streaming and free download:
"Depths Of Hatred summon a Merry Christmas upon thee. Get our album for FREE from now until the new year!
"We're currently taking the holidays to finish up this new album, we're super excited about how it's coming out. Keep your eyes peeled for a ton of stuff from us in 2014, expect some studio footage, new songs, new video, tours... This year we're going all out.
"From all of us in Depths Of Hatred,
"Happy Holidays!" More...
Montreal's Depths Of Hatred has issued the following update about working on an upcoming new album:
"For those of you who are wondering, we're currently self recording our second album so it's been taking some time, but fear not! Guitars have been completed, we're tracking bass right now and drums have also been started!
"Keep coming back for some future updates, we'll have a lot more to reveal the closer we get to completing this album! So far everything is sounding awesome, can't wait to show you guys!"
You can also check out the band's previously posted "On The Road Again" video at this location.
Depths of Hatred has posted a tour video online, which can be viewed below. The band also comments:
"Since the band started we've always had our cameras/phones out filming anything and everything from live sets to road footage. We never really thought about what we wanted to do with the footage until recently. Here's an inside look at the band over the past 3 years, we'll be posting more of these in the future!"
Montreal, Canada's death metal act Depths Of Hatred has just released a new single entitled "Secluded Redemption." Check out the song below.
The band is set to do a run with Aegaeon and Dark Sermon in March to end the album cycle for debut "Aversionist." The band is hard at work on new album, and is set to record the sophomore release later this year. More...
Montreal death metallers Depths Of Hatred will release a new single titled "Secluded Redemption" this coming February 15th, before entering the studio to track a sophomore album. You can now check out a teaser for the new single in the player below, or hear more from Depths of Hatred at Facebook here.
Montreal's Depths of Hatred, which recruited a new guitarist last month, has now posted a lyric video online for the song "Deathsphere." Check out the clip below. You can also watch Depths of Hatred's music video for "Revocation" over at this location.
Montreal act Depths of Hatred has issued the following announcement about recruiting a new guitarist:
"We'd like to take a moment to formerly introduce Christian Mongrain Theriault as our new guitarist. It's been over a year of playing with replacement guitarists and we couldn't be happier to have finally found the perfect fit for the band. We'll be playing all of our upcoming shows as well as recording the album with him.
"Stay tuned for a new promos, lyric video, playthrough video, upcoming shows and follow-up album updates. 2013, we're taking over."
You can also listen to the band's "Aversionist" album through the bandcamp player available below. More...
Montreal death metal act Depths of Hatred will release the debut album "Aversionist" on March 10th, 2012. The band has now posted a music video online for the song "Revocation," which can be viewed below. Galy Records commented:
"BlankTV and Galy Records are proud to present to you the debut video from Montreal death metal act Depths Of Hatred. The band got together with renown director Matt Charland to record the video for their crushing new single Revocation, which features Elliot Desgagnes of Beneath The Massacre. The debut album 'Aversionist,' which features the track, is set for a March 10th 2012 release through Galy Records."
Montreal death metal act Depths of Hatred has signed on with Galy Records for the release of the debut album "Aversionist" on March 10th, 2012. The album was tracked throughout 2011 and was mixed and mastered by Christian Donaldson (Cryptopsy, Neuraxis, The Last Felony). The album's artwork can be seen below.
The band commented: "We've laid low in 2011 but it's great to finally be releasing all the stuff we've been hard at work on this past year. Galy has been great with us, it's an honor to be with a label who put so many of the bands we listen to today on the map. We’re excited for 2012."
The band will also be releasing a music video for the new track "Revocation" in the coming weeks, which features a guest appearance from Elliot Desgagnes (Beneath The Massacre). More...