HateFX Reveals Release Date For New Album "Under Destruction"
Fresno/Livermore metallers HateFX, featuring guitarist Glen Alvelais (ex-Forbidden, Testament), has revealed that brand new release, "Under Destruction" is set for a March 23rd North American release via xXx Music. "Under Destruction" will be available in two configurations: the Ultimate Limited Edition silver bullet shaped USB drive (mp3-wav format, lyrics and extras) and a standalone CD.
Frontman G comments: "We wanted to innovate as far as the format of our music release and got these special usb drives made with our logo engraved with open code so you get the album in 2 hi-fi formats as well as lyrics, artwork, pictures, and other extras, plus you can use the drive to carry other information as well since there’s additional free space on the USB drive. You can play the music right in your car if you have a USB input. Also we thought it was a portable/convenient format that allows to be carried easily, let’s say you get this on a show and it fits right in your pocket and you get bonus stuff.”
“Under Destruction” will include special guest appearances by Anton Reisenegger (Lockup/Criminal), Patrick Contreras (Master Violinist), Amandolyn Rostikus (Spirit Descending), on keys and Antonio Godoy (Music Machine) on some sequences.
HateFX has set March 23rd at the Starline Performance Venue in the band's native Fresno, CA as the album release party, sharing the stage with Grooveyard and Sacramento’s Serpent and Seraph. The band is lining up a number of live dates in support of the new release in California and Nevada, show dates will be announced soon.
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