Band Photo: Hatesphere (?)
From: Aarhus, Denmark
Last Known Status: Active
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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.
Hungarian Thrashcore band Ektomorf has finished working on its forthcoming album "Instinct" (in stores: March 28th 2005). The record has once again been recorded, produced and mixed by Tue Madsen (The Haunted, Mnemic, Die Apokalyptischen Reiter and many more) at the Antfarm Studios in Aarhus, Denmark, and contains the following tracks:
1. Set Me Free
2. Show Your Fist
5. The Holy Noise
6. Fuck You All
7. United Nations
8. Land Of Pain
9. I Break you
10. You Get What You Give
11. Until The End
12. I Will
Ektomorf will set off for an extended european "Enemy Of God Tour 2005" together with Kreator, Dark Tranquillity and Hatesphere starting in January next year, check out the dates here.
Mnemic have been nominated for the Danish Metal Awards in the following categories, in which they're going up against bands like Hatesphere, lldisposed, Mercenary and many more.
- Album Of The Year - Mnemic 'The Audio Injected Soul'
- Live Band Of The Year - Mnemic
- Music Video of The Year - Mnemic 'Deathbox'
- Guitarplayer of The Year - Mircea
- Bassplayer of The Year - Oberst
Vote for Mnemic and send your votes here.
Hungarian Hardcore/Thrash metallers Ektomorf have been confirmed as supporting act for Kreator's upcoming "Enemy Of God Tour" 2005! Other bands to join in are Dark Tranquillity and Hatesphere.
Ektomorf tour dates: More...
Danish metalheads Hatesphere have signed to SPV. They plan to release a CD titled 'The Killing EP' at the end of January. This was produced by Tommy Hansen. This includes the Suicidal Tendencies cover 'Trip At The Brain'.
A lot of new tourdates have been added, check them out here. The band is going to play 2 gigs on Iceland, plus gigs in both Italy, Austria and Germany the next couple of months.
“Hatesphere” and “Bloodred Hatred” will be out on vinyl in December this year, but more about this later when the name of the label is revealed. Beniihana Records will release "Ballet Of The Brute" on vinyl later this year – check out www.beniihana-records.com for more details.
The entire song “500 Dead People” is now available for download under media. Also new reviews, pictures, merchandise and interviews have been added.
Hatesphere are done negotiating the new deal and will sign the new contract within a few weeks when all the details are set. The band is very happy about this major deal with a great label, that has proven to work hard for a lot of really great artist during the years! The name of the label will be revealed soon.
The Haunted, Mercenary, Mnemic, Hatesphere, Raunchy, Melted, Blindfault and Stomped will be teaming up for a special "Nordic Threat" show during the Popkomm 2004 music convetion. The gig, which will take place on September 29 at Silver Wings in Berlin, Germany, will be presented by Music Export Denmark, Rock Hard and 3rd Tsunami Agency. Tickets will be priced 10 euros at the door.
The first dates have been leaked for EXODUS' forthcoming U.S. headlining tour, which is scheduled to kick off in early April. They are as follows:
Apr. 10 - Colorado Springs, CO @ 32 Bleu
Apr. 11 – Lakewood, CO @ Whiskey Bill's
Apr. 14 - Minneapolis, MN @ Quest Club
Apr. 16 - Chicago Heights, IL @ Oasis One Sixty
Apr. 19 - Columbus, OH @ Alrosa Villa
EXODUS' new album, "Tempo of the Damned", was released in the U.S. last Tuesday through Nuclear Blast Records. The CD was recorded at Prairie Sun and Tsunami studios in Northern California with producer Andy Sneap (MACHINE HEAD, SKINLAB, ARCH ENEMY) and marks the group's first studio release since 1992's "Force Of Habit".
EXODUS will kick off a European headlining tour in late May. Support at all dates will come from Danish thrashers HATESPHERE and Portugal's RE:AKTOR.