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Calm Hatchery Prepare To Enter The Studio


Calm Hatchery Northern Poland-based death metal squad, CALM HATCHERY, is preparing to enter the studio this Autumn to record their third studio full-length.

Set to invade the illustrious Hertz Studio (Behemoth, Vader, Decapitated, Lost Soul) this November, CALM HATCHERY will record the anticipated follow-up to their 2010-released sophomore album, Sacrilege Of Humanity. With nine songs, so far bearing titles including "Sun Of God," "Bomben Uber Warschau," "Bardo Of Dream State," "Blessing Mantra" and "Ilusory World Of Gods," the forthcoming as-yet-untitled full-length is slated for early 2014 release, once again through Selfmadegod Records.

CALM HATCHERY was formed in the beginning of 2002, and after releasing a demo tape and debut album the band signed with Selfmadegod. Sacrilege Of Humanity received amazing feedback both from metal press and fans all around the globe, and have since toured supporting Vader several times among many others over the years.

The band's approach summons all fans of technical and brutal death metal influenced by genre masters Nile, Morbid Angel, Decapitated, Immolation and the like. Global Domination calls CALM HATCHERY, "highly recommended," while Brave Words & Bloody Knuckles dubs the band, "very quality death metal from a band with a huge future ahead of them," and Infernal Masquerade states, "With superb guitar work, very brutal (and elaborate) drumming, and perfect growls, CALM HATCHERY will surely please and impress most death metal fans these days."

Stay tuned for more updates on the band's new album throughout the rest of the year.

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    September 23, 2013

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