Hatriot, the bay area thrashers led by former Exodus frontman Steve "Zetro" Souza, will enter the studio in September to begin recording its sophomore album, Dawn Of The New Centurion, for a February 2014 release via Massacre Records.

The follow-up to 2013's Heroes Of Origin will once again be helmed by producer producer Juan Urteaga, who has previously worked with Machine Head, Exodus and Testament, among others.

Steve Souza comments: "Over the past year, hatriot has grown tighter as a band, and the songs on the new record will reflect that. The songs are longer and more melodic, while keeping the classic thrash metal feel that we are known for. Heroes Of Origin was our Kill 'Em All, and Dawn Of The New Centurion is our Ride The Lightning."


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Posted: 07.08.2013 by Bad English



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Tatras - 07.08.2013 at 10:37  
More melodic and longer? Hope that it will be not smilar to last weak and soft Kreator album - "Phantom Antichrist".
DeathSlyzer - 09.12.2013 at 04:43  
Written by Tatras on 07.08.2013 at 10:37

More melodic and longer? Hope that it will be not smilar to last weak and soft Kreator album - "Phantom Antichrist".

This!

I agree completely with you. A few years back, when they released their first demo, they had a song on there that was really melodic. I hope it doesn't turn out more melodic than that, cause if so, then that's crossing the line.

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