HATE COMPLETES LATEST ALBUM “SOLARFLESH”

HATE continues to advance on the front of the Polish death metal phenomenon, with news of their second album release, set for early 2013 via Napalm Records. The freshly completed “Solarflesh,” will be the band’s first album through the label, and promises to be nothing but “pure darkness.”

 

“I believe “Solarflesh” is the most insane and haunting record we’ve done thus far,” said guitarist/vocalist frontman, Adam “ATF Sinner” Buszko. “It’s nothing but pure darkness. We’re extremely satisfied with this 61 minutes’ monster (12 songs) that we’ve put to life. Now we’re working on a documentary about the creation of “Solarflesh,” its ideological sides, the band’s history, touring etc. It’s going to be much more than just a studio report. We want it to be an in-depth interview, revealing some unknown facts, hidden meanings etc. I’m sure people will find it interesting.”

 

Buszko previously spoke of the band’s plans to explore new territories with their latest work, by pushing more boundaries than ever before. On a more technical note, Buszko added, “Most of [the tracks] are insanely fast (270 bpm). Others are groovy, trance-like mantras that seem to haunt you forever. They all have rich background of samples and other elements that make them sound multidimensional. We also have several dark, ambient compositions that seem like complete avant-garde.”

 

Collaboration between the band, and Grecian singer, Androniki Skoula, known for her work with Chaostar, and involvement with bands Septicflesh, and Rotting Christ, will give the album a unique “Hellenic” flair, allowing for Hate’s “Solarflesh” to possess an even more elaborate scheme than ever anticipated before.

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