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Lyric Video at Metal Injection

19 Dec, 2013

With Christmas now less than a week away, Hate Eternal bassists J.J. Hrubovcak marches on with his yule tide tirade, today unleashing a lyric video for "O Come, O Come Azrael". Read the press release along with blurb about the song and then click through to Metal Injection to see the video.

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New Reviews!

23 Dec, 2013

New reviews from Metal Crypt, Metal Mouth, Heavy Blog is Heavy, New Noise, Read the Horn, Metal Reviews

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Exclaim & Invisible Oranges Interviews

17 Dec, 2013

New Interviews with Exclaim and Invisible Oranges.

Exclaim Interview      Invisible Oranges Interview
Decibel Interview and New Song

5 Dec, 2013

J.J. Hrubovcak will certainly be helping with my enjoyment of the holidays this year. What the coffee-addicted bassist/vocalist for Hate Eternal has done...dismiss the campiness of Christmas sweater merch and present as a lot more serious with a darker vibe overall as heís changed many of the lyrics to fit his own twisted vision. What follows is a chat I had with the creator a couple weeks before sleigh bells started ringing.

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New Reviews!

9 Dec, 2013

New reviews from Fearnet, Metal Rules, Dead Rhetoric, Exclaim and Ectomag

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Revolver Premieres New Song

27 Nov, 2013

... at Mana Recording Studios in St. Petersburg, Florida and boasts five death-metal versions of Christmas classics. Today, J.J. has teamed with Revolver to premiere one of those renditions.

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Earsplit Compound Decibel Announcement

6 Dec, 2013

"I debated on whether to include this song because it so ubiquitous during the season and almost played out, but I thought it needed to be heard in a death metal context. Much of the music produced by the late 19th/early 20th century Russian composers was basically the death metal of its time. It was passionate, aggressive, bleak, dark, unconventional and open-minded, reviled and revered at the same time, ..."

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Earsplit Compound Revolver Announcement

27 Nov, 2013

Today Revolver brings you second track "Earthen Kings (We Three Kings)." Elaborates Hrubovcak, "At this point in the story, the kings of the world have already created regional unions to help them maintain a tighter grip over citizens and global policy..."

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Reviews and New Trailer

26 Nov, 2013

New reviews from Broken Neck Radio, Wings of Death and True Bringer of Death and New Trailer for the EP

Read Reviews      New Trailer
Metalsucks

13 Nov, 2013

F**K Christmas Sweaters: Hate Eternal Bassist J.J. Hrubovcak to Release Death Metal Christmas Album...everything suddenly sounds totally bad-assed. This is more than just some gag a kid threw up on YouTube for a chuckle.

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Zero Tolerance

17 Nov, 2013

..we can only thank God that Hate Eternalís bass player, the intimidatingly-named J.J. Hrubovcak, has put together an album of death metal Christmas covers. But wait! Before you click the back button in disgust, itís worth a listen...

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Earsplit Compound Announcement

12 Nov, 2013

Just in time for the holiday season, Hate Eternal bass maverick J.J. Hrubovcak vomits forth Death Metal Christmas - Hellish Renditions Of Christmas Classics, a twistedly unholy rendition of some of the seasons darkest hymns.

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Metal Injection

12 Nov, 2013

Look, I'm over Christmas sweaters, and I'm over sincere metal Christmas albums, but this - this is the best fucking idea I've ever heard.

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Loudwire 2013 Metal Holiday Gift Guide

26 Nov, 2013

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True Metal Head

12 Nov, 2013

Forget all about Twisted Sister's "Twisted Christmas". This holiday season already has a soundtrack...Based on a sample, this is actually pretty good.

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Loudwire

12 Nov, 2013

It's the time of year for uplifting and joyous holiday albums in the spirit of the season. However, some people have darker holiday spirit than others. Hate Eternal bassist J.J. Hrubovcak has teamed up with his brother Mike, who is the vocalist for Monstrosity and Vile, for "Death Metal Christmas - Hellish Renditions of Christmas Classics."

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