Fan-filmed video footage of HATE ETERNAL's January 29, 2009 concert at De Kelder in Amersfoort, Netherlands can be viewed below (clips uploaded by "sepiroth300").
"I, Monarch", the third full-length album from HATE ETERNAL, was reissued last month as part of the "Earache Records Classic Series."
The "Earache Classic Series" recognizes some of the most important, influential and groundbreaking albums to be released by Earache, with each reissued album including a bonus DVD full of extra content.
"I, Monarch" is the monolithic 2005 album from HATE ETERNAL, the brainchild of acclaimed producer and ex-MORBID ANGEL guitarist Erik Rutan. The "Classic Series" edition comes coupled with the awesome "The Perilous Fight" DVD, which includes an entire live show filmed on four cameras at The Garage in London, U.K. in 2006, three promo music videos, an interview with the band and an exclusive behind-the-scenes documentary from the recording of the album.
HATE ETERNAL's new album, "Fury & Flames" sold 2,300 copies in the United States in its first week of release, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The follow-up to 2005's "I, Monarch" is said to be the band's most diverse and emotionally fuelled record to date, due mainly in part to the passing of bassist and good friend Jared Anderson.
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