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The Project Hate MCMXCIX Reveals Art For New Album "The Cadaverous Retaliation Agenda"

The Project Hate MCMXCIX has issued the following update about revealing the cover artwork for the band's new album:

"You have waited patiently and will now be rewarded accordingly. Here it is, the complete artwork for our coming beast, 'The Cadaverous Retaliation Agenda.' Just click the picture over here to get a better look at it. Marvel at the monstrous work courtesy of Marko Saarelainen.

"Do you fucken play in a band? Do you need some awesome artwork for your album/demo/whatever? Hire Marko Saarelainen. Understand. How many times do we need to point this out? Just contact him. So, there you go, you have the whole cover in front of your eyes. Now, say the title out loud and look at the cover. Feel it. Live it. Be it. You will eventually be enlightened.

"Stay tuned for more news about the final recording sessions and how everything is coming together now. In a not too distant future you will be, as mentioned, rewarded. Perhaps even more than you can handle?"

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1. diff writes:

This is Lord K or whatever the f-u-c-k his name is band. They still have the chick singer? Ohhh she's raw and out tehyreee

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2. BrianMN writes:

Thank you xFiruath you just made my day.
Awesome cover, can't wait for the songs.

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3. Killingtime writes:

That's a pretty solid pitch for the artist.

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