Hate Eternal "Zealot, Crusader of War" song premiere
Death metal veterans Hate Eternal unveil a track from their new album.
Just in case you haven't been paying attention, we're here to inform you that death metal extraordinaires Hate Eternal will release their sixth full-length album next month. Wait, you like death metal, but you're not sure who Hate Eternal is? Pardon me while I laugh for a few moments.
Fast approaching their twentieth anniversary as a band, Hate Eternal has systematically spread their death metal gospel since their 1997 inception, releasing a new album every three years. On August 21, the group will release their latest sermon, titled Infernus, via the fine folks at Season of Mist.
If you've enjoyed Hate Eternal in the past, you'll really enjoy this one. On the other hand, if you've never bothered to check them out before, I question your mental acuity, however, it's never too late to get on board! You can start by listening to a song from the new album right now. Stream "Zealot, Crusader of War" below, and if you dig it, pre-order Infernus here. You're welcome.
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Imagine that.... another boring song..... seriously everything they've done since i, monarch is an absolute boring snoozefest.
nonsense. consistent, quality death metal.
I feel like they just play a specific kind of death metal. Not much dynamic to their stuff and drums are pretty much always playing insane shit. They never really groove on anything but thats what makes them, them
I know what you mean by boring. I myself think this is pretty ok, it's raw and brutal, compared to the two earlier records that I find just.. weird.. It's like they've lost a very important part of the technicality they used to have when Derek is around.. they've changed the style to a more black metal influenced and rawer type of death metal.. I like it, but it's nowhere near the brutality of I, Monarch, or King of all Kings.
Its good/ok. I don't know. Hate Eternal was never really a 'stand out album' type of band.