HATESPHERE And GOJIRA To Team Up For U.K. Co-Headlining Tour
Danish metallers HATESPHERE will embark on a co-headlining U.K. tour with the French technical metal beast GOJIRA. Dates are as follows:
Oct. 03 - Birmingham (UK) @ Barfly
Oct. 04 - London (UK) @ Underworld
Oct. 05 - Stoke (UK) @ SUGAR Mill
Oct. 06 - Glasgow (SCO) @ King Tuts
Oct. 07 - Manchester (UK) @ Club Academy
Oct. 09 - Newport (UK) @ TJ'S
Oct. 10 - Oxford (UK) @ Zodiac
Oct. 11 - Liverpool (UK) @ Uni Academy 2
Oct. 13 - Newcastle (UK) @ Academy 2
As previously reported, HATESPHERE will team up with RAUNCHY and VOLBEAT for the Danish Dynamite Tour beginning November 15 in Hamburg, Germany.
SPV Records has set a September 12, 2006 North American release date for the new HATESPHERE album, entitled "The Sickness Within". The follow-up to 2004's "Ballet of the Brute", which was released in Europe last September, was recorded in part at Jailhouse Studios with producer Tommy Hansen (HELLOWEEN, PRETTY MAIDS). Guitars and bass were recorded at Hansen Studios in Ribe, Denmark, with producer Jacob Hansen (RAUNCHY, INVOCATOR).
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