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Come July 6(66)th!

The Lustrate Process

1. Descend into the pits of eternal possession
2. You come to me through hell
3. See the filth become flames in this furnace
4. Our wrath will rain down from the sky
5. The locust principles
6. Arise to His world of infamy
7. The burial of gods

Release date: July 6th, 2009 on Vic Records.

Featuring: Jörgen Sandström (vocals), Jonna Enckell (vocals), Lord K. Philipson (guitars, bass, programmings, serpents), Anders Bertilsson (guitars) and Thomas Ohlsson (drums).

Guest musicians:

Mike Wead (solos), Pär Fransson (solos), Henry Pyykkö (solos), Martin van Drunen (vocals), Christian Älvestam (vocals), L.G. Petrov (vocals), Johan Hegg (vocals), Robban Eriksson (vocals).

Mixed and mastered by Dan Swanö at Unisound, Örebro, Sweden, 2009.

Produced by Lord K. Philipson.

The Lustrate Process

Order the new album from us directly!

But not now, release is still July 6th, you know. But we thought it’d be nice to inform you that we will have a few albums for sale in some months. Save up yer cash and buy it directly from us when the time comes. We have talked to Vic Records about this and we both agreed that alot of people prefer to buy directly from the band so we will have that service for you.

All the information will come when you need it as for how to order this coming masterpiece.

Update number 2 for the coming album!

As we have told you we will post video updates from the process of recording the new piece of blasphemy leading up to the release on July 6th, 2009 thru Vic Records. We have no specific dates or anything for when we will launch these updates so just keep on checking in and you won’t miss out on anything. We will also have some thoughts on the album from people involved with it; guest musicians, band members and whatnot. First off, let’s see what Mr. Dan Swanö (who mixed and mastered this masterpiece) has to say about it:


” – Howdy folkz!

So, it´s time once again for me to proclaim that I have mixed the best TPH record so far!! K has an uncanny ability to always top his own work, no matter how hard it may seem! Musically it sounds like classic TPH but the songs are better in every way. I know K worked his ass off, trying to top the previous record, and it must have been a nightmare, but to my ears the songs flow better and it was never boring to mix the record, because the music entertain you and challenge all your senses (yes, you can even taste blood in your mouth while listening to it!!!) Sonically I have tried to give each instrument their own little space within the mix and separate the bass from the guitars. The bass sounds like a blowtorch in your face and the rhythm-guitars rape your eardrums… but with finesse 😉

Enjoy the sonic journey to hell and back!! “

/ Dan Swanö

After those words let us see what TPH guitarist Anders has to say:

” – Following the release of “In Hora Mortis Nostrae” in September 2007, K and I just happened to jam a bit, drunk, one night at his place. I don’t know if either one of us thought that it would be anything more to it, but right off the bat it became very clear that we had a blast. None of us really had jobs or any serious occupation whatsoever at the time, so we took every opportunity to party together and write music. Before we knew it, four months had passed, which meant the arrival of January 2008, and the completion of the writing process for the new TPH album. I think no one was more surprised than me that I had been a part of the writing process of a new album, for a band that I had a deep liking of, not even being a member of the band. In May 2008 K asked me to become an official part of The Project Hate MCMXCIX, as guitarist/(de)composer/great guy Petter “Mazza” Freed had lost the motivation/fire to continue with the band. I instantly accepted, since I really love the music, and there was no way in hell I would turn down an offer like this, considering I’d had a genuinely amazing time working together with one of my best friends. It’s now March 2009, and the album is finally complete. The process has been long and has contained an insane amount of work. I would like to give a big shout-out/horns up/thank you to all the fantastic people that make up the force that is TPH, that I’m deeply honored to be a part of. K, Jörgen, Jonna, Michael and Thomas – five talented bastards. All the intense work has left us with a 60+ minute monster for the listener to devour. The most diverse, brutal, and beautiful music that I probably ever will participate in making.”

/ Anders Bertilsson

We have tons of more shit coming your way but for now we will leave you with the second video. We hope you enjoy it.

Having problems seeing the video above? Here’s the link you wanna use.

Updates about the new album starts now!

We promised you an update over at our forums now when the new album is completed and it’s safe to say that you will get your Hate-nerve a bit satisfied, starting now… We have decided to let some of the people involved with this album, both band members and guest musicians talk a little about their feelings on the new monster and will have them speak over the course of a few updates. Let’s start with a few chosen words from J, the world’s best death metal vocalist:

“First of all let me tell you, this album is the best TPH album so far. At least that is my opinion, in a few months you all can decide for yourselves. But personally I like this album a lot more than any of the other albums. Recording wise this was a lot easier for me as well. In the past we have done all the vocals over a weekend, which is hard as fuck to do. I have no problem with sounding like I do for an hour or two, but after that I don’t feel like doing it anymore coz I get pain in my head, neck, chest, dick…etc etc… And of course when the pain sets in it is just not as fun anymore…

I recorded the vocals together with my friend and neighbor, Jonas Ã…hlén, who is the singer of the band Backdraft and also run a studio here in Stockholm called A.R.T Studios. It is based like 3 minutes away from where we live so it is very easy for us just to go there late at night and record for a couple of hours and then head home… But it took a bit longer than we expected. Mainly because both of us have small kids and with kids come all kinds of diseases and other things to take care of.  So over a 3 month period we worked maybe for 10 hours or so in total, haha… But in the end I think it made my performance better. To make it as smooth as possible I was rehearsing the lyrics, as well as writing most of them, in my car at work. So I would sit there learning the songs and lyrics during the day and then around 21.00 we would head for the studio and recorded, edited and so on until 23.00 and then went home for some sleep. And it worked out real fine.

Also I am so fucking damn proud of K to have managed and bring in some of the finest guest musicians around. And one of them is my long-time favourite death metal vocalist Martin van Drunen. When K told me that – I pissed my pants out of happiness… First time I heard Martin was with Pestilence on “Consuming Impulse”. And it knocked me flat. It is still one of my favourite albums of all time. And now I have the honors to be on the same record as him. I can sure die a happy man now. I have toured with Iron Maiden, Slayer, Neurosis, had the pleasure to scream my guts out together with Chris Reifert from Autopsy during the Murder Squad recordings – the list goes on and on… And now Martin and me are doing vocals together? Metal up my fucking ass for sure!!!

Also, one day K called me and asked if I knew Yngwie Malmsteen, haha.. “I want him to do some guitar solos on the new album”, and I just laughed. “There is no way you can get him to do it, but I’ll ask Leif Edling (Candlemass, Krux) if he can ask him as they are old friends”. But I think I forgot to ask him actually, maybe K did. No, Yngwies is not on the album but we have an other old guitar hero of mine: Mike Wead!!!

My first encounter with Mike was when I were 12-13 or so, and went to see my hometown’s biggest metal sensation of that time, Special Forces. Which by the way had a bass player named Jonas Torndal, who later joined Grave… They were playing the local youth club, Puma, in Visby, Gotland.  And as a support act they had a band called Brainless. I had seen them before but now they had a new guitarist… guess who… He was on fucking fire even back then and was ripping out his guitar solos on his knees, playing with his teeth, behind his head and all those classic rock poses! We were so fucking impressed it was silly. Then all of a sudden he was not in the band, in fact, he had moved away from that godforgotten island. Later on in my life I would have the pleasure to tour with the man when my band Entombed opened up a whole US tour for King Diamond. I love you Mike, thanx for doing this!!!

Enough ass kissing of that Dutch sod, and that grumpy old man from the North, there are other guests on the album who do outstanding shit that brings a new flavor to TPH. Who they are? You’ll just have to wait and see!

Surrender God’s swine, to the demonical possession!!!”


And since J already brought up the inclusion of guitarist-extraordinaire Mike Wead, let’s see what he has to say about his participation on the album:

“During the fall of 2008 the mighty Lord K contacted me with an offer to participate on “—–” (I won’t reveal the title). Since “In Hora Mortis Nostrae” is one of my all time favourite albums it was a no-brainer to accept. I pushed myself really hard to deliver solos that were up to par with the sheer quality of this new masterpiece and I’m proud to say that this is probably my finest lead work up to date.”

/Mike Wead

We also have a treat for ya in form of a 5 minute behind-the-scenes thing. This is just the first in a sequence of videos that will come your way, leading up to the release of the new blasphemous creation. We have alot of stuff to share with you. And we guess you noticed by now that there’s no mentioning of the actual album title just yet? That is completely intentional – we will hold on to that for a while longer. Just becoz we can. Enjoy the video and don’t forget to head over to our forums and discuss what you’ve just seen and heard so far. As mentioned, there’s LOTS more to come… Keep checking this site and the forums coz you never know when we launch the next update. Last off, here’s a part of the album cover:


Are you ready for the cleansing?

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Getting closer to wrapping it all up!

Mr. Swanö‘s now got his hands full this weekend for the first corrections of the mix that is needed. He’s done an amazing job with the sound but there are some stuff that we are not fully satisfied with that Dan will take care of to try to please our asses. The album sounds absolutely fantastic, that’s for sure. Once again we are very happy that Dan is the man to handle the mixing, making this album everything we want it to be. It looks like this masterpiece will be fully completed within a week or two, then it’s off to Vic Records for printing. Vic’s been awesome to us so far so it feels really great to be on board with them.

Marko Saarelainen is currently working his balls off with the album cover and the booklet, and believe us – not only have we outdone ourselves music-wise, Marko’s been outdoing himself big time with this beautiful package that is coming your way.

As you understand, the album is being very close to be completed now and as soon as we can we will announce the release date and hand you some teasers (perhaps we have some nice surprises up our sleeves until the album is out too).

A huge-ass report on everything will come as soon as as it is all done.