Sweden’s The Hate Project have revealed their new single 'Needle Fanatic', taken from their new EP, Blessed With Malevolence, out now via Seek & Strike. The vicious new single perfectly showcases their dynamic songwriting style, and goes straight for the jugular with its uncompromising aggression and unrivalled heaviness.

Stream here: https://youtu.be/bq7T-0USSXQ

The Hate Project state: "Our new single, 'Needle Fanatic,' has everything needed for a nasty deathcore song. It's ambient, extremely heavy and fast, which makes it a perfect fit for this EP. It has a great flow and really punches through, while also involving a more serious lyrical matter, taking on the deep subject of addiction.

"Lyrically, I (Anton - Vocalist) needed to be in the right state of mind to bring this track to life. I already knew beforehand what message I wanted to present, which was the dark sides of mankind. The parts we rarely talk about, because it either scares us or we simply don't understand it, as everyone has a different reality. I have seen misery and channeled it into this.

"This EP was made with a lot more cooperation between the two guitarists than the previous one, enabling a broader and different feel/sound than before. We have also developed our sound further, while still maintaining our core sound. This time with a more polished, yet aggressive mix.

"We think that our sound is easy to recognise with our dark and ambient feel, mixed with brutal breakdowns and heavy riffs. Combining all the good ingredients of deathcore in our own unique way. It always feels to long between new releases, so we are really excited to finally share this full EP with you and let it blast through your speakers! We really hope you enjoy it."

A truly brooding release, Blessed With Malevolence depicts the darkest parts of humanity, detailing various bandmembers' battles with addiction. Listen out, for example, to the title-track: on the surface a straightforwardly aggressive song, but dig a little deeper you hear plenty of satisfyingly disparate elements.

A true development of the Swede's sounds, Blessed With Malevolence presents a more polished and aggressive mix. Make no mistake, this is all the best ingredients of deathcore punching through hard.

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