Band Photo: Hatesphere (?)
From: Aarhus, Denmark
Last Known Status: Active
Latest Hatesphere News
Below is our complete Hatesphere news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.
Hatesphere has issued the following brief announcement about writing new material for an upcoming album:
"Rehearsals and song writing for the new album have begun.....therefore we'll only be doing a few shows here and there the next six months. We'll keep you posted with both new shows, rehearsal videos and studio/producer info!"
You can also check out a video below of Hatesphere performing "To The Nines" live at Musikcaféen, Aarhus on December 10th, 2010.
Hatesphere has posted a video clip online of the band performing "To The Nines" in Aarhus, Denmark on December 10th, 2010. The clip can be viewed below.
Hatesphere has posted a video clip online from the band's recent show in Denmark, which can be viewed below. Hatesphere also commented:
"This video pretty much sums up what the shows last weekend in Denmark were about. The audience in Aarhus went nuts and did all in their power to make this the coolest show we have ever done in this city. Check out their wall of death at our official Youtube-channel."
Hatesphere has posted a video blog online in three parts from the band's tour with Blackguard, Warbringer, and Nevermore. . The first part can be viewed below and the rest can be found after the jump.
Blackguard has now been added to the upcoming Nevermore North American tour after the Kamelot tour fell through. The Nevermore tour also features Warbringer, Mutiny Within and Hatesphere.
Here are the tour dates: More...
Denmark's Hatesphere have announced the addition of Esben “Esse” Hansen to the band's ranks as thier new Vocalist. Hansen replaces Jonathan Albrechtsen who departed from the band in February of this year. Esben Hansen also sings in the band As We Fight. Also bassist Mixen Lindberg has chosen to leave Hatesphere to persue other projects. Mixen is temporarily replaced by the old Hatesphere member Mikael Ehlert until the end of 2010.
American heavy metal outfit Nevermore has announced that they will be embarking on a headlining trek across North America this September, in support of their latest studio album, "The Obsidian Conspiracy." Joining them on the tour will be Warbringer, Mutiny Within and Hatesphere.
The tour dates are as follows: More...
Montreal's Augury has checked in with the following update:
"After eight years of collaboration, we are sad to announce that we had to part way with our bass player Dominic 'Forest' Lapointe. We keep in mind his outstanding musical input and volcanic stage presence, and thank him for helping to shape the sound of Augury.
"But the show must go on and we are actually starting The American Defloration tour with The Black Dahlia Murder, Obscura and Hatesphere, with a very special rhythm section featuring Quebec City jazz player Christian Pacaud (MAG Project) on bass, and our long-time friend Tommy McKinnon (formerly of Neuraxis) behind the drum kit. With such great personnel on board, we are eager to give American ears a good scrub once again!"
Upcoming Augury tour dates with The Black Dahlia Murder, Obscura and Hatesphere: More...
Hatesphere has issued the following update regarding their upcoming US tour dates:
"No need to say that we look very much forward to this! We can’t wait to finally meet all you American fans!"
The band has also announced a new drummer. The band has issued the following update:
"Things happen fast in this world – and after having suffered back problems for a long time Dennis finally had to throw in the towel. So the US-tour not only marks the first time for us over there – it also marks the first tour with our new drummer, Mike Park, who many of you know from his work with fellow Danish metallers Mercenary. Mike has already had his live debut with us on our three shows in late November, and we are more than happy to have him joining our ranks! Welcome in the band!" More...
German technical death metallers Obscura will extend the "Cosmogenesis Worldtour" with a second leg to the USA. With Black Dahlia Murder, Augury, and Hatesphere they will play the last US tour supporting the "Cosmogenesis" record. The currently confirmed dates are as follows:
2/24 Atlanta, GA Masquerade
2/25 St. Petersburg, FL State Theatre
2/26 Ft. Lauderdale, FL The Culture Room
2/27 Orlando, FL The Social
3/1 Houston, TX Meridian
3/2 Dallas, TX Granada Theatre
3/3 San Antonio, TX White Rabbit
3/5 Tucson, AZ The Rock
3/6 Los Angeles, CA Ultra Violet
3/7 San Francisco, CA Slims
3/8 Portland, OR Hawthorne Theatre
3/9 Seattle, WA El Corazon
3/10 Boise, ID The Venue
3/12 Denver, CO Marquis Theatre
3/13 Lawrence, KS The Bottleneck
3/14 Des Moines, IA People's Court
3/15 St. Paul, MN Station 4
3/16 Chicago, IL Metro
3/18 Washington, DC Rock N Roll Hotel
3/19 Philadelphia, PA First Unitarian Church
3/20 New York, NY Santo's Party House
3/21 Cambridge, MA Middle East
3/22 Allentown, PA Crocodile Rock
3/23 Pittsburgh, PA Mr. Smalls
3/24 Detroit, MI Magic Stick
The organizers of the Chaulnes Metal Festival have posted a teaser trailer online for the event, which can be viewed below. The festival will take place on April 3rd and 4th, 2010.
The currently confirmed bands for the festival are as follows: Hatesphere, Illdisposed, Loudblast, Benighted, Dark age, Mistaken Element, Black Sun Aeon, Otargos, Furia, Om Mani, Kristendom, Kim's Over Silence, Ares, and Supertanker.
Denmark's Illdisposed has issued the following statement about their upcoming tour alongside Hatesphere and Dawn of Demise:
"This message is mainly for the Danish people - and everybody else who feels like going to the heaviest show in Denmark these days: Tomorrow we kick off the MTV Headbangers Ball tour together with Hatesphere and Dawn Of Demise. It'll go off at Tapperiet in Køge and saturday at Badeanstalten in Slagelse.
"Of course we'll bring our new album as well as the 2 Roadrunner re-releases and a shitload of new merchandise! Here's a flyer for the tour."
Illdisposed's upcoming tour dates are as follows: More...
French metallers Nightmare have issued the following update about making an appearance at the Ilha Do Ermal Festival in Portugal:
"The 2009 Ilha Do Ermal Festival is scheduled for August 28th - 30th in Vieira do Minho, Portugal. NIGHTMARE will be on stage the Sunday 30th, on the mainstage at the end of afternoon"
Other bands confirmed for the festival include: More...
Danish metal band Hatesphere are currently offering samples of their upcoming album "To The Nines" at this location. The album will be released on March 30th in Europe and April 7th in North America.
Napalm Records has issued the following update about Hatesphere's upcoming tour and album:
"The Danish Thrashers are eagerly waiting for the live massacre to begin. Only a few days after the release of their upcoming album “To The Nines”, HateSphere will embark on a European tour. Furthermore, the band released a “To The Nines” trailer. The short clip can be found HERE."
The confirmed dates for their European tour are as follows: More...
Danish heavy hitters Hatesphere have announced that that Six Reasons To Kill will be supporting them on their upcoming Alive and Dressed To The Nines Tour from April, 24th until May, 3rd. BLOODWORK (Dockyard1 Rec) and SIC will also be playing on the tour. More details and tour dates will be announced soon.
Danish metal band, Hatesphere, have announced a headlining European tour entitled, "Alive And Dressed To The Nines Tour." The tour dates are as follows:
04/02 - K17, Berlin, Germany
04/03 - Martys Club, Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic
04/04 - DK Serikova, Plzen, Czech Republic
04/05 - Randal Club, Bratislava, Slovakia
04/06 - Orto Bar, Ljubljana, Slovenia
04/07 - Viper Room, Wien, Austria
04/08 - Bergwerk, Millstatt, Austria
04/09 - Salzhof, Freistadt, Austria
04/11 - Easter Metal Meeting, Essen, Germany (w. Gojira)
04/12 - Juze, Oettingen, Germany
04/13 - Motorship Stubnitz, Rostock, Germany
04/14 - Logo, Hamburg, Germany
04/15 - Roxy, Flensburg, Germany
04/16 - Posten, Odense, Denmark
04/17 - Voxhall, Aarhus, Denmark
04/18 - The Rock, Copenhagen, Denmark
04/24 - Dachstock Reitschule, Bern,Switzerland
04/25 - Salzhaus, Wintertur, Switzerland (w. Gojira)
04/26 - Backstage, Munchen, Germany
04/27 - Nachtleben, Frankfurt, Germany
04/29 - Klangstation, Bonn, Germany
04/30 - Exhaus, Trier, Germany
A new book entitled "The Spiritual Significance of Music: Metal Edition" has recently been released by editor Justin St. Vincent examining the connection between spirituality and metal music. The bands referenced in the book include Angelcorpse, Asva, Blackmass, Breed 77, Brujeria, Cannibal Corpse, Dawn Of Azazel, Enslaved, Enthroned, Evocation, Faith No More, Fantômas, Gorgoroth, Hatesphere, Metal Church, My Dying Bride, Napalm Death, Pitchshifter, Purgatory, Requiem, Resurrection, Samael, Striborg, Tarot, Unleashed, and Vile.
The website for the book gave the following explanation on what it covers:
The Spiritual Significance of Music: Metal Edition provides an exciting exploration of how music powerfully impacts spirituality, and why spirituality influences music. Readers will discover sincere expressions of spiritual beliefs from the world of metal music. This portfolio includes an eclectic mix of musicians playing many forms of metal music; ambient metal, avant-garde death-metal, black metal, brutal metal, death metal, doom metal, experimental metal, funeral-doom, gothic metal, grindcore, heavy metal, industrial metal, melodic metal, power metal, progressive metal, psychedelic metal, Satanic metal, sludge metal, speed metal, symphonic metal, technical metal, thrash metal, and includes musicians from alternative-rock, avant-rock, and hardcore-punk bands. Metal Edition provides readers with an important introduction to metal music’s affinity with demonology, divination, magic, mysticism, Satanism, spiritualism, the occult, and witchcraft.
Danish metallers Hatesphere have issued the following statement:
"After months of negotiating we are finally able to announce, that our future home is now with Austria's powerhouse label, Napalm Records.
"This year has been really hectic for us - in a good way - and the great changes we've been going through made us push each other to perform at our very best. Sure there's been times where a sense of uncertainty has been hanging closely over our heads, but when it all came down we worked hard at what we do best and kept focus on the music.
"However, with that being said we still needed a new record label and in the end Napalm won us over with their integrity, hard work and a welcoming honest approach.
"After an intense 9 days in the studio with illustrious Tue Madsen (The Haunted, Moonspell, Dark Tranquillity, Gorefest) We ended up recording 10 songs for what will be a head on collision with your speakers, early next year. More info on song titles, cover artwork, release dates and other surprises is to be revealed soon.
"Our song 'Let them Hate' off of our latest album 'Serpent Smiles And Killer Eyes' is featured in the new Danish motion picture 'Lille soldat' in theatres now."
Danish death/thrash metal band Hatesphere has been announced as the latest addition to the Napalm Records roster.
Band leader Pepe Hansen states: "No compromise and no experiments!" Metal fans should fasten their seatbelt and prepare for an all crushing package. A new album is tentatively scheduled for spring 2009. The last year has been really hectic for us. Not in a bad sense, but we have been working hard on both new material, playing shows and changing the line-up. The great changes the band has been going through have meant that we needed a record label that would support us 100%. Napalm is not only very professional, they also have a great varied roster, and they have shown to be willing to support HateSphere in the way that we want. Our new album has been just completed, and no need to say that we really can't wait to get started with our work with Napalm. Early next year the album will be out, and Napalm Records and HateSphere are on their way. See you out there - stronger than ever!"