THE PROJECT HATE: New Album Recording Delayed

THE PROJECT HATE, the Swedish band featuring Jörgen Sandström of ENTOMBED/GRAVE fame on lead vocals, have posted the following update at their official web site:

"We won't record the album in December as initially planned though as Threeman [Recordings] wants to let 'Hate, Dominate, Congregate, Eliminate' circulate a little bit more, seing it was pretty much just released in the major parts of the world. We are fine with that, it just means we can spend some more time on small details within the completed material. It seems like Threeman wants to make a video for some song off 'Hate, Dominate, Congregate, Eliminate' as well, and by pushing the recording forward until February 2005, it will give us time to squeeze that video-thing in, if it happens. So February 2005 is now the month planned for the recording of album number 4. We haven't set the date yet, but we'll get back to that. We have a title in mind but we'll hold on to that one until we know exactly what to name the damn thing.

"We have now completed (music and lyrics) almost 7 tracks out of the 8 planned for the next studio-album. Lord K Philipson and Petter S. Freed's been in deep writing mode as of late and the material is turning out excellent. It's more brutal and more death metal than ever before but at the same time there's more of the electronic input. Contradiction in terms? In time you will understand.

"We offer a in-depth look at the songwriting for the next masterpiece on our forums, hosted by www.globaldomination.se. We suggest you Haters go there, sign up, and take in all the information we provide as we go along.

"That's that for now. Are you ready to be annihilated in 2005? Of course you are..."

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