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Hate Eternal To Open For Hatebreed In Florida

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Hate Eternal, currently finishing their 3rd album, the follow up to "King of All Kings," will be opening for Hatebreed on October 28th, 2004 at the State Theatre in St. Petersburg, Florida. Hatebreed is playing a special show in the Tampa area to make up for the missed Ozzfest show due to the hurricanes here over the last month.

As far as the new album's progress, Erik has this to say: "Everything is almost tracked and we'll begin mixing in November for a Spring 2005 release. The album has been the smoothest of my career and is pummeling! I believe it captures all the elements of the first 2 albums, but is also so much more diverse in every aspect. It really has captured so much of what we all are in this band individually and collectively. We are so very excited and look forward to getting on the road next year in support for our new album. See you soon!"

Source: Metal Rules

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1. Andy Christ writes:

Hatebreed should be opening for Hate Eternal, or at least they would be, if there was any justice in this sick, sad world.

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2. b-shaw writes:

who gives a f*** who hits the stage first that show will still rip tits

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3. KMADD writes:

Hate Eternal will crush Hatebreed. Hatebeek makes better music that Jamey's shiitty band.

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