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HateFX Announces Guest Vocalist Anton Reisenegger To Appear On New Album

Fresno metallers HateFX, featuring lead guitarist Glen Alvelais (ex forbidden/Testament), have confirmed Lockup/Criminal/Pentagram singer Anton Reisenegger will lay down guest vocals on the title track for upcoming new album "Under Destruction."

Anton commented: "I was really happy to find out my good friend Gabriel had put together a new band in the US, When I heard Glen Alvelais had joined I was like 'fuck! The first Forbidden album is of my all-time favourite thrash albums, so I was really happy for Gabriel. And when he asked me to contribute some backing vocals I said 'where do I sign?' HateFX's music will really appeal to fans of metal with groove, chops and balls!"

This song, which will open the new HateFX release, serves as a strong display of the new vibe the band has acquired. Frontman "G" comments: "I thought of my chilean metal colleague Anton because we had worked before on Dogma's Superfix (mi former band) and wanted to get as heavy of a chorus part for the title track 'Destruction' and he captured exactly what we had in mind for this part. Each song has a different feel yet they come together as cohesive pieces to the overall sonic concept of 'Destruction.'"

The new album is being helmed by Chilean producer Javier Bassino for a late March release by xXx Music. Immediately after the release of "Under Destruction," the band will embark on a number of tour dates starting with the band's home turf, California. Further details will be announced shortly.

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