THE PROJECT HATE, the Swedish band featuring Jörgen Sandström of ENTOMBED/GRAVE fame on lead vocals, have finished mastering their new album, "Armageddon March Eternal (Symphonies of Slit Wrists)", for an October release via Threeman Recordings. The follow-up to 2003's "Hate, Dominate, Congregate, Eliminate" was produced by Dan Swanö and features a special guest appearance by EVERGREY bassist Michael Håkansson, who completed his tracks at his studio in Gothenburg before the entire recording was shipped off to Swanö to be mixed and mastered. "We are also making an edited version of one of the tracks for a possible video that Threeman wants to do," the band write on their web site. "We'll see what happens with that as they were supposed to make one off 'Hate, Dominate, Congregate, Eliminate' as well, which naturally didn't happen. It feels great to be finished with the album now and what we have accomplished is nothing short of a monster." An MP3 of the album cut "At the Entrance to Hell's Unholy Fire" is available for download at this location.
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