22:05 - MetalDoomMaster I'm hoping the new Voices record will not dissapoint
21:45 - !J.O.O.E.! Disappointments for me would be Coffinworm and Lord Mantis, and Blut aus Nord haven't attained masterpiece level release for a while now and their releases haven't been very visit worthy so I guess they count too.
21:44 - Apothecary I liked the sound of the preview, it sounded like Monoliths + Scott Walker, when the actual album got going, his typical poetic nonsensical rambling took over and just ruined it
21:41 - !J.O.O.E.! After the preview song there was precisely zero expectations so I can't say I was that disappointed.
21:37 - Fearmeister Mine was probably the new Sargeist :/
21:32 - Apothecary God, this Sunn O))) / Scott Walker collab is the biggest disappointment of the year :(
21:27 - !J.O.O.E.! It only happened to me twice so you might be lucky xD
After a successful crowdfunding of their latest opus The Cadaverous Retaliation Agenda, The Project Hate MCMXCIX is once again at it trying to get funds for a new album. Currently 5000$ of 10.000$ have been donated. Will it work again?
The Project Hate MCMXCIX have unveiled the final artwork for their coming record titled The Cadaverous Retaliation Agenda. You can see the artwork created by Marko Saarelainen below. The band promises to release more details soon as the final recording sessions approach.
Swedish industrial death metal outfit The Project Hate MCMXCIX have been working on new material which has been penned in for a late 2012 release. Band guitarist, Kentha "Lord K." Philipson, has now issued the following update about it: "It's been a bit silence here as of late but fear not. I am working daily on our next album and it seems like I just put the final touches on the musical side of things for the new material. The past weeks I have been going back and forth within the songs and added stuff that really enhances the stuff at hand. It's been some insane work, to say the least - but now it seems like I am 99% done with the actual music. Some small things might change as we go along, but nothing major."
Swedish industrial death metallers The Project Hate MCMXCIX have announced on their official website that they have now gathered enough donations to record their new album. The band started the TPH Donation Experiment last year, which allowed people to donate money directly to the band, and plans to record the new album this year.
Swedish industrial death metal band The Project Hate MCMXCIX are back in the studio, working on the follow-up to 2010's Bleeding The New Apocalypse (Cum Victriciis In Manibus Armis).
Frontman Lord K. Philipson comments: "Yes, after a few weeks of work the first tune for the next album is completed (meaning I will add tons and tons of small stuff as we go along, but the "real" work is done). I am not going to give away any details but there sure is some stuff in this one that you don't really expect when it comes to TPH, and that says quite a bit.
At the moment the inspiration is flowing endlessly and I have so much stuff to work into songs. Be sure you won't see any 3-minute hits this time either. More like a bunch of 10+ minutes hits, haha... Anyways, this will be a long process before we are ready to record the next masterpiece, but I thought it'd be nice to inform you about everything as we go along - no matter how long it takes.
"Summoning Majestic War", the first single off the new The Project Hate MCMXCIX album Bleeding The New Apocalypse is available for free download at this location (.mp3).
Bleeding The New Apocalypse will be released on February 14th, 2011 via Season Of Mist. More album details are available here.
Frontman Lord K. Philipson comments: "Why have we chosen this particular track to be your first glimpse of the new album? No reason really, we could have chosen any of them since they all absolutely dominate. We just thought it'd be nice to have Leif Edling somewhat introduce you to what we have created this time around. Yeah, Candlemass bassist/everyday legend Leif Edling contributes some spoken words in this track. You can all start applauding now. But not only that. In this tune you'll also get some insanely nice vocals from Christian Älvestam (ex-Scar Symmetry) (who also sang a line or two on our last album).
Industrial death metallers The Project Hate MCMXCIX's new album Bleeding The New Apocalypse (Cum Victriciis In Manibus Armis) will hit the stores on next February 14th (one day later in the US).
Bleeding The New Apocalypse (Cum Victriciis In Manibus Armis) cover art] tracklist:
01. Iesus Nazarenus, Servus Mei
02. They Shall All Be Witnesses
03. A Revelation Of Desecrated Heavens
04. Summoning Majestic War
05. The Serpent Crowning Ritual
06. Bring Forth Purgatory
"So, you have digested the title for a while", mainman Lord K. Philipson comments. "Now it's time for the cover. Artist Marko Saarelainen (who you all should hire to do your artwork or websites by the way) has once again dug deep into his disturbed mind and fired up an incredibly fitting work of art to go with the title. Just look at it, check out all the small details and have the title in mind... Taste it... Bleeding The New Apocalypse (Cum Victriciis In Manibus Armis)... That's what you are in for this time. The darkness of the music on this piece is perfectly reflected in Marko's artwork. There is a slight twist to this cover, perhaps you will see it, perhaps you won't. Just acknowledge the fact that in a bunch of weeks you will have the chance to support The Hate and Season Of Mist by actually buying this masterpiece and go thru the incredibly good looking booklet that comes with it. Marko's outdone himself in that area as well, not just with the cover As Dark Angel once put it... Darkness descends. You are now beginning to watch it, piece by piece."
Season of Mist is proud to welcome infamous industrial Death Metal act The Project Hate MCMXCIX to the roster! The Swedes' 6 song, 60+ minute seventh album will be mixed and mastered by Dan Swanö and has been tentatively scheduled for an early 2011 release.
Band leader Lord K. Philipson made the following comment: "Obviously there's a label in this world realizing there's some fucken potential in what we do, being ready to take the risk in today's illegal downloading dilemma, meaning they want to release the next album of The Project Hate MCMXCIX. The fact that there are still record companies around who try their hardest to get the best music out there absolutely astonishes me.
Swedish metallers The Project Hate MCMXCIX have issued the following update:
"Finished up the last tune for the coming album yesterday, as mentioned. Yep, there sure are some Gojira influences in a part, there's no denying that. Great, great band. There's also some old-school death metal influences as well as a dash of Exodus and Candlemass at times. You don't even know what's coming your way with this fucken monster, trust me on that. We have stepped up not only one, but a few notches with this material - that's a fact.
Today I sorted the parts for vocals in the latest tune as well as picking out all the parts in all songs where we will have amazing guitar solos courtesy of the fantastic Mike Wead once again. Now I need to finish up the last lyrics for this final track. Ruby is about to record some more pre-production material for the remaining tracks as well and I can't wait to get those, to say the least. It's so great to hear what she puts into our songs and how much of a difference it really makes compared to our old vocalissas, even though they have done a good job over the years - but Ruby's exactly what I have been looking for all my life it feels like. Outstanding girl. Outstanding. I'm sitting here listening to all the tunes with a huge grin on my face, blasting the tunes fucken loud, much to the delight of my neighbors, I'm sure.
Swedish Industrial Death metallers The Project Hate MCMXCIX have issued the following update:
"It's 2010 and we thought we should start off the new year by making quite a bit of changes. Some might come as a total surprise, some may not. We were never a band who gave a fuck about what other people think anyways. That sounded cool, huh?
First off we wanna thank Jo Enckell for her work with The Project Hate since 2003. She's done a great job on the albums she's been a part of and will always be a huge part of TPH's history. Yes, Ms. Jo is no longer a part of TPH. There are no grudges held or anything, we just feel it's time to enter a new stage in our career. This is what Jo has to say about this: "I'm so happy to have been a part of The Project Hate MCMXCIX, to have been able to participate on four killer albums! This band will always have a special place in my heart. I love you guys and to all the fans - you rule! - Jo"
Swedish metal band The Project Hate MCMXCIX has posted a brand new song, ''You Come To Me Through Hell'', at their MySpace site
http://www.myspace.com/theprojecthate. The track comes off the band's upcoming album entilted "The Lustrate Process", which is scheduled for release on 6th July this year.
The newest album from The Project Hate MCMXCIX, entitled "The Lustrate Process" will be released on July 6th. The album features the following guest musicians: Mike Wead (King Diamond, Mercyful Fate - guitar solos), Pär Fransson (solos), Henry Pyykkö (solos), Martin van Drunen (Pestilence, Asphyx, Hail Of Bullets- vocals), Christian Älvestam (Scar Symmetry, Miseration - vocals), Lars-Göran Petrov (Entombed - vocals), Johan Hegg (Amon Amarth - vocals) and Robban Eriksson (vocals).
The album was mixed and mastered by Dan Swanö at Unisound, Örebro, Sweden, 2009, and produced by Lord K. Philipson.
Here are the "The Lustrate Process" cover art and tracklist:
Guitarist Petter S. Freed has left The Project Hate, the Swedish band featuring vocalist Jörgen Sandström (ex-Entombed, Grave), guitarist Lord K. Philipson (God Among Insects, ex-Leukemia), bassist Michael Håkansson (Engel, ex-Evergrey), vocalist Jo Enckell (Ignorance Bliss) and drummer Daniel "Mojjo" Moilanen (Relevant Few, Dracena, Runemagick, Lord Belial, Engel). New guitarist is Anders Bertilsson, known from Ruin and Coldworker.
Commented Petter S. Freed: "I've had lots of pleasant musical moments this far in my life. Many of them have been being locked up in a 200-square-foot flat with K. The magic that went down between 2002-2008 in that flat is something I will always look back at with a smile."