02:37 - !J.O.O.E.! Hey ZÖN, I found your stuff last week actually, really nice, especially with headphones.
02:00 - mz also, I have not heard your music yet, but experimental/ drone/ dark ambient fits my taste prefectly.
01:56 - mz on a serious note, the majority of active users are into black, death, doom and sludge it seems.
01:54 - ZÖN Are there any interested in blackened power metal though. I can get on board with that
01:52 - mz @ zon: welcome to the MS. We have a nice comunity of small number of people who are active, and the atmosphere here is much more civilized than MA+ there are not many active users interested in power metal, which is very good :D
01:38 - Maco Call me Maco Trunk. Don't tell it to my man Karl.
01:35 - Maco I'm like Eddie Trunk, main difference is that I don't believe good music died in the 90's.
The brutal death metallers Hate Eternal are joining forces with powerhouse drummer Hannes Grossmann. The former Necrophagist and Obscura drummer is now focusing on Alkaloid and also has a solo project. He will play for Hate Eternal on their upcoming North American tour in support of the new output, Infernus. Due to family matters, drummer Chason Westmoreland has chosen to leave the band and his stint in Hate Eternal was short-lived.
Florida death metal outfit Hate Eternal will release their upcoming new album, and first with new skinsman Chason Westmoreland, Infernus on August 21st via Season Of Mist. In anticipation of it, the band has teamed up with Revolver Magazine to premiere the entire album stream right here. Check it out and let us know what you think.
Florida-based extreme metallers Hate Eternal will release their sixth full-length album, Infernus, on August 21st via Season Of Mist. After already streaming two new tracks, "Pathogenic Apathy" and "The Stygian Deep", the band now shares the 6-minute title track, "Infernus", available for streaming at this location. Do not hesitate and check out the new track now.
Death metal trio Hate Eternal return with new music after four years. Infernus will be their new brutal assault, also the first to feature new drummer Chason Westmoreland. Check out "The Stygian Deep", the second new track from the new record right now. You can hear it here.
Hate Eternal are sharing many things today about their impending new release. Apart from unveiling their new album, Infernus, tracklist and cover artwork, the death metallers also unveil the first track from the album. The artwork was painted by artist Eliran Kantor (Testament, Iced Earth, Sodom). The crushing song "Pathogenic Apathy" is the first taste of the music and can be streamed over here or here.
Florida-based brutal death metallers Hate Eternal just lifted the veil on their new full-length album. As of today, we know that it will be called Infernus, and it will see a 24th of August release (North America: August 21st) via Season Of Mist. More information regarding the album artwork, tracklist and more will be made available soon. Fans who have been waiting for the follow-up to Phoenix Amongst The Ashes can start getting ready for new songs.
Hate Eternal have finally unveiled their new drummer. The brutal death metallers are working on their new album that will be released next year. And the new drummer is... Chason Westmoreland. He has already recorded his parts for the successor to Phoenix Amongst The Ashes. You might have heard of Westmoreland from Burning The Masses, or some fill-in gigs with bands like Fallujah, Enfold Darkness, or most recently Oceano. See him in action on the video below with studio footage from his tracking sessions.
Season Of Mist has announced the signing of the American death metal band Hate Eternal helmed by founder, guitarist/vocalist and acclaimed producer Erik Rutan. Rutan and J.J. Hrubovcak are currently holed up in Rutan's Mana Recording studio (Cannibal Corpse, Goatwhore) recording a new album that will be released in early 2015. Are you excited to finally hear the follow-up to Phoenix Amongst The Ashes?
Just in time for the holiday season, Hate Eternal bassist J.J. Hrubovcak will bring forth Death Metal Christmas - Hellish Renditions Of Christmas Classics, a twisted rendition of some of the season's darkest hymns. It was composed and produced by J.J. with vocals and artwork by brother and Monstrosity/Vile/Azure Emote vocalist Mike Hrubovcak. You can check out the artwork below and also the first advance track "Unrest For Melancholy Men (God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen)". Well, why not?
Hate Eternal have some good and bad news to share. The bad news is that drummer Jade Simonetto has left the band to further his education and post-music career. The good news is that the brutal death metallers are currently writing material for the follow-up to Phoenix Amongst The Ashes and are seven songs deep into the process. Hate Eternal is tentatively scheduled to begin recording in the Spring of 2014.
US brutal death metal titans Hate Eternal have announced a week-long tour that will take them through Central America and into South America. The band's first-ever trip to these countries begins with a September 1st show in Mexico City, Mexico, as part of the UltraMetal festival and concludes with a September 8th stop in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. Hate Eternal is touring in support of its latest full-length, Phoenix Amongst The Ashes.
Hate Eternal's upcoming album Phoenix Amongst The Ashes (out May 10) is currently streaming in its entirety on Metal Sucks here. Be sure to check out the album while you can (comes down Monday May 9) and leave a comment.
Founder, vocalist and guitarist Erik Rutan comments: "Phoenix Amongst The Ashes is an album that we did everything possible to create a death metal classic that would stand out amongst all of our releases as an album that not only carries the traditional Hate Eternal sound, but expands the boundaries of what is possible within the confines of extreme death metal. I feel that this album truly represents a band that overtime has matured into creating our most dynamic and intense album yet. At times fast and extreme, at times, heavy, atmospheric, evil and melodic with the darkest of overtones. I truly feel this is one of my finest moments in my career and a defining moment for Hate Eternal. If you are a death metal fan, you should give it a listen, you won't be disappointed!"