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Hate Announces European Tour Dates With Kampfar

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Polish extreme metal leviathans Hate will be taking part in the Spreading the Plague MMXIV Tour that will hit Europe in March/April 2014.

The band will team up with Norway's pagan black metal horde Kampfar to bring supreme blasphemy to 16 cites. On the tour that will start on the 28th of March in Munich/Germany, you will also see U.S. avant-garde black metallers Velnias and Norwegian melodic black metal act Iskald.

Hate's front man Atf Sinner comments: "We are very much looking forward to touring Europe again and I think the combined line-up for these shows is simply killer! As we are working on new tracks right now, you may expect some brand-nu-blaspehemy played on the upcoming shows for the first time! We've been waiting for a regular tour since the tragedy happened and I believe the time has come to hit the road again at full force. We will come back rejuvenated and hungrier than ever before, so be prepared for truly riotous shows!”

28.03.14 – Munchen (GER) Backstage Halle
29.03.14 – Leipzig (GER) Hellraiser
30.03.14 – Berlin (GER) Comet
31.03.14 – Hamburg (GER) Markthalle
01.04 14 – Osnabruck (GER) Bastard Club
02.04.14 – Essen (GER) Turock
03.04.14 – London (UK) Underworld
04.04.14 – Rotterdam (NL) Baroeg
05.04.14 – Alsfeld (GER) K.O.B.M.
06.04.14 – Zurich (CH) Werk 21
08.04.14 – Paris (F) Nouveau Casino
09.04.14 – Dijon (F) Vapeur
10.04.14 – Stuttgart (GER) Club Zentral
11.04.14 – Graz (AUT) Explosiv
12.04.14 – Prague (CZ) Modra Vopice
13.04.14 – Geiselwind (GER) Music Hall

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