Biography: Hatred was founded in January of 1999 when Dutch metal die hards Peter de Jonge and Peter van der Schraaf joined forces, followed by Rob de Waardt shortly after. Within a year the band recorded a demo CD at the Harrow studio, Holland, which was very well received by press and audience alike. Hatred played a lot of shows to promote their recording and whilst doing so the band experienced some line-up changes. In the meantime the band worked hard new material, which was recorded in November 2002 at -again- the Harrow studio. 'Chaos In The Flesh' was subsequently released in February of 2003. In the meantime Hatred continued to pulverize numerous stages across the land and abroad as well, playing in Spain, France, Slovakia, Germany and the Czech Republic. In The Netherlands Hatred played with foreign acts such as Vader, Suffocation, Grave and Lord Belial. The summer of 2006 marked the arrival of Koen Dingemans (Stronghold) as the new vocalist / frontman. In May of 2007 the band recorded their first full length album at the Excess studio in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, after which the band signed with Deity Down Records in November of 2007. 'Blasphemous Deliverance', is slated for release in January of 2008. Discography: January 2000: "Hatred" MCD (self released). February 2003: 'Chaos In The Flesh' MCD (self released) January 2008: "Blasphemous Deliverance" CD (Deity Down Records) Highlights: March 2002: European minitour across Slovakia, the Czech Republic, France, Spain and Holland. June 2003: 'Chaos In The Czech Republic' shows. July 2004: Hatred opens for Vader. November 2004: Hatred supports Suffocation. February 2005: Minitour with Lord Belial.
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