Hate Meditation - To Be Blake Judd's Main Band


The black metal band Hate Meditation will become Nachtmystium's Blake Judd main band from now on, it has been announced. The band released their debut Scars in 2013. With The World We Left Behind, to be released in June, as Nachtmystium's final album, Hate Meditation will pick up where Nachtmystium left off.

The following press release was issued: "Although Nachtmystium is no more, Blake Judd is continuing his musical voyage via his long-time side project and now main band, Hate Meditation. For those of you who are not familiar with Hate Meditation but are Nachtmystium fans, Hate Meditation was originally started in 2003 by Judd as a side project from Nachtmystium. The 2003 three song demo Condemned To Death was recorded and released in very small numbers on cassette and distributed within the black metal underground. The project then lie dormant for nearly ten years. In 2012, Judd revived the project and recorded the band's debut album Scars, which was released on Indie Recordings, Norway. Scars is a piece of ugly, filthy black metal that pays homage to the early 90's Scandinavian sound heavily."

"Musically, Hate Meditation's future recordings will pick up where Nachtmystium left off. The first live assaults are being planned for summer 2014 in the United States and their are plans to hopefully be in Europe in early 2015."

Source: facebook.com
Band profile: Hate Meditation
 
Posted: 05.05.2014 by BloodTears


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05.05.2014 - 14:36
Apothecary
PsyCHEdelic
Kinda have some mixed emotions about this, I mean their debut was good, but it seemed more straight BM-oriented, rather than flirting around with some of the crazier Nachtmystium tricks. Maybe it'll get a little more off-the-wall over time, and I hope that tour's coming at least somewhere near me.
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Written by RaduP on 14.01.2016 at 02:08

So you're not actually a bearded shaman opening his third eye through music?
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05.05.2014 - 17:27
Alex F
yeah man
I really hope (like Che said) that they experiment more in the future. The debut didn't have very much replay value at all for me. Either way, I'm sure (hopefully) that there will be at least some quality music coming from Hate Meditation in the future
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