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Hate Eternal

Titel / Title Fury & Flames 
Label Metal Blade 
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Vö/Releasebereits erschienen/already released 
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After overcoming lots of difficulties in the last couple of years – the grievous loss of his best friend Jared Anderson and some line up changes - Erik Rutan, founding member of Hate Eternal, is now back with new comrades. Once again on board is Alex Webster (amongst others bassist for Cannibal Corpse), who was also a founding member of Hate Eternal in 1997. Now they present their fourth album which is absolutely not for tender-hearted death metalers because what you hear is extremely heavy, brutal and of such a speed that you have to wonder how the musicians are able to hold up that tempo. On nine tracks drummer Jade Simonetto strikes the skins with his blastbeats like a machine gun, absolutely unbelievable. This extremely musical endurance alone would have been enough for 10 deer. For me personally it’s a bit too monotonous, too similarly structured, though. Awesome is, however, the final song number 10 “Coronach” because after getting really psyched up from listening one is then brought back with soft sounds and a high angel-like female voice. That’s what I call a crowning finale of an extreme death metal album.

Sandy Mahrer, transl. K. Gransalke

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