God's Hate Stream Entire Forthcoming Album

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Posted: 02/04/2016 | Views: 4,586


God's Hate have teamed with Substream Magazine to stream their entire forthcoming album, "Mass Murder," due out this Friday, February 5th via Closed Casket Activities. Substream called the full length a "powerful explosions of metallic hardcore that is loaded with classic elements a la early Hatebreed but still modern." You can check it out right here.



God's Hate have also detailed their record release show, taking place March 19th in Van Nuys, CA. Additionally, they will be touring in Japan in April, alongside Twitching Tongues and Palm, and have been announced on the line-ups of tastemaker hardcore festivals Sound & Fury Fest, United Blood, and Rainfest.

TOUR DATES:
03/19 Van Nuys, CA @ White Oak Music (Record Release Show) w/ Minus, Disgrace, Mizery, Vamachara
03/25 - 03/26 Richmond, VA @ The Canal Club (United Blood Festival) w/ Burn, Floorpunch, Right Brigade, Foundation, Twitching Tongues, Incendiary
04/20 Tokyo, JP @ Antiknock *
04/21 Nagoya, JP @ Zion *
04/22 Osaka, JP @ Socore Factory *
04/23 Mie Yokkaichi, JP @ Club Chaos *
04/24 Tokyo, JP @ Garret *
05/27 - 05/29 Seattle, WA @ Neumos (Rainfest) w/ 108, Blacklisted, Burn, Terror, Trapped Under Ice
06/10 - 06/11 Los Angeles, CA @ Regent Theater (Sound & Fury Fest) w/ Twitching Tongues, Nails, Angel Du$t, Full of Hell

* w/ Twitching Tongues, Palm

BIOGRAPHY:
In just two years together, Southern California's God's Hate have developed into a band that has gone further than their own expectations could have hoped. Their modern approach to a classic metallic hardcore sound recalls genre favorites Hatebreed and Merauder, while injecting elements only a contemporary band could provide.

Following two well-received 7" EPs ("Divine Injustice" in 2013 and "Father Inferior" in 2015) and numerous highly acclaimed festival appearances, God's Hate began recording their first proper full length in mid-2015 at The Pit in Van Nuys, California with noted producer Taylor Young at the helm. The resulting album, entitled "Mass Murder," finally captures the original vision God's Hate set out to achieve, introducing more metallic leads and harmonies than were present on their earlier EPs.

With “Mass Murder,” God's Hate have created a juggernaut of an album, and one that embodies all the ire and might that such a name would suggest.



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