My Darkest Hate
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German death metallers My Darkest Hate have issued the following announcement about finding a replacement guitarist:
"Good news - we found a new bassplayer! A warm welcome for Mister Roberto Palacios (Insanity, ex-Chinchilla). We are also confirmed for the Eisenwahn Festival in Obersinn (Bavaria) July, 25th 2009."
German death metal band My Darkest Hate has issued the following statement about needed a new bassist:
Ok - it seems like Spinal Tap. MDH Bassplayer No. 4 Andreas Siegl decided to move to Marseille / France, so actually we're looking for a new one! Meanwhile Oliver Schort will join us live - thanks to him! Anyway - the new album is coming 2009! 5 Songs are finished yet. We wish you a great new year!!!
MY DARKEST HATE, the German death metal band featuring former PRIMAL FEAR drummer Klaus Sperling, has been confirmed for the Black vs. Death Festival, set to take place March 23 at the Rockhouse in Salzburg, Austria. Also scheduled to appear are TAAKE, URGEHAL, KOLDBRANN and DISPARAGED. A flyer for the concert can be viewed at this location.
MY DARKEST HATE's fourth album, "Combat Area", was released in March 2006 via Massacre Records. The band recorded the follow-up to 2004's "At War" at Stage One studios in Borgentreich, Germany with producer Andy Classen (CALLENISH CIRCLE, TANKARD, OCCULT).
Upcoming MY DARKEST HATE shows:
Mar. 06 - Esslingen, GER - Komma
Mar. 23 - Salzburg, AUT - Rockhouse (Black vs. Death Festival)
MY DARKEST HATE, the German death metal band featuring former PRIMAL FEAR drummer Klaus Sperling and members of SACRED STEEL, have parted ways with singer Chris Simper and bassist Oliver Schort. Replacing them in the group's current formation are Claudio Enzler (SACRIFICIUM) on vocals and Alex Palma (LUNA FIELD) on bass.
MY DARKEST HATE have just released their fourth album, "Combat Area", via Massacre Records. The band recorded the follow-up to 2004's "At War" at Stage One studios in Borgentreich, Germany with producer Andy Classen (CALLENISH CIRCLE, TANKARD, OCCULT).
Guitarists Oliver Großhans and Jörg M. Knittel have left German power metallers SACRED STEEL in order to concentrate on their other projects MY DARKEST HATE and DAWN OF WINTER. Replacing them in the group's lineup are Jonas Khalil (guitar) and Kai Schindelar (bass, also in LANFEAR). Jens Sonnenberg, who previously played bass in SACRED STEEL, has switched to guitar.
SACRED STEEL are currently working on the material for their new album, "Hammer of Destruction", tentatively due next year. The band's most recent CD, "Iron Blessings", came out in July 2004 on Massacre Records.
MY DARKEST HATE, the German death metal band featuring former PRIMAL FEAR drummer Klaus Sperling and members of SACRED STEEL, will enter Stage One studios in Borgentreich, Germany in Ocober with producer Andy Classen (CALLENISH CIRCLE, TANKARD, OCCULT) to begin recording their fourth album, tentatively due in early 2006 via Massacre Records. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Bow Before Me", "Under My Wing", "Nothing Lasts Forever" and "They Shall Fall".
MY DARKEST HATE's third album, "At War", was released in May 2004 via Massacre. The follow-up to 2002's "To Whom It May Concern" was produced by Achim Köhler (PRIMAL FEAR, BRAINSTORM, SACRED STEEL) and came with a bonus DVD, featuring a video for the track "Catch the Bullet", live footage from the Party.San Open Air festival and a "making of…" report.
Germany's Black Goat Productions have finalized the track listing for the upcoming BATHORY tribute album, "A Tribute from the Hordes to Bathory", tentatively due in June.
"A Tribute from the Hordes to Bathory" will feature 25 tracks and 24 bands from 12 countries. The cover will be designed by Italian Lady Rock and will show a horde of black goats running across the twilight. This black-and-white drawing will be printed on a gatefold cover. Inside the gatefold you will find liner notes from the compilation's producer explaining why she made this tribute CD, along with photos of Quorthon. The set will be released as a double LP on coloured vinyl — yellow and blue (representing the Swedish flag). It will contain a 24-page inlay booklet including a nine-page interview the compilation's producer conducted with Quorthon in May 2001 in Stockholm. Each page in the booklet will feature two bands, with photos, logos, contact information and a statement from each group, plus a thanks list. The LP will be limited to 1,000 copies on yellow/blue vinyl, handnumbered in blood.
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