Between and the band recorded three demo tapes: AborrenceEvil Art and Unwritten Law Tribute To Slayer Vol.
Self-destruction is an immanent feature of human "lower consciousness" based on dogmatic thinking and spiritual blindness. But Hate's story from their very early days has never been a simple one. From the early days of Daemon Qui Fecit Terram and Lord Is Avenger, the journey has been to digest the world around and attempt to break bread with a reality wherein there are no restrictions.
Where there is no ground to keep you grounded and no church to keep you unthinking and busy. Releasing their fourth record, Awakening The Liar, in league with the fabled French record label, Listenable Records, was an important milestone in more ways than one.
It showed Hate's character as a band in the sense that it was a very different affair from all three records that came before it.
Cleaner perhaps, but also sharper, more dexterous, the band adapted over time to their own developing sensibilities and marked a clean-cut distinction. Hate wasn't, isn't, and won't be, a band afraid to take their sound to a new place. To explore new ideas. This notion was further cemented with the release of Anaclasis: A Haunting Gospel of Malice and Hatred.
A powerful testament to a different period in the band's journey, this 13 years old record is still held by many as one of the classics of the second era of Hate. This era was marked with versatility and a rise in prominence that has not halted to this day.
It was here that the band began to reap the fruits of their international popularity. Hate was now unleashed upon the pond of the world. These happenings soon culminated with Hate's signing to the Austrian label and Metal powerhouse, Napalm Records.
Soon thereafter, Hate released their first opus in this new environment in the form of Solarflesh: A Gospel of Radiant Divinity.
Solarflesh was everything a fan of the band could have wanted and more. The record showed not only aggressive and abrasive music, but music that managed to fully engulf the ideas behind the songs.
The silent choking of hopelessness, the majesty of death and catharsis combined into an understanding of the void.
But tragedy struck the band seemingly out of nowhere, and this ascension was brought into a very painful halt. The band was distraught, not only have they lost an important component, but also a great friend who's shadow and spirit still lives on in the band to this very day.
The album offered an interesting, at times beautiful, at times saddening, view into the madness which is dealing with the death of a young, close friend. And out of death, came life, and with the leaving of Konrad "Destroyer" Ramotowski guitarsthe second era of Hate was sealed, but the third has come to be.
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