Polish black metal band Hate was born in the early '90s and spent the first half of the decade gradually building their fan base with a number of demos recorded by various lineups. In 1997, a somewhat stable formation, including vocalist/guitarist Adam the First Sinner, guitarist Kaos, bassist Daniel, and drummer Mittloff, cut the group's domestic debut, Daemon Qui Fecit Terram, which was quickly followed by 1998's Lord Is Avenger. New bassist Cyrian joined in time for 1999's Victims mini-album, and 2000's Cains Way. Their first international release, 2001's Holy Dead Trinity, combined tracks from all their previous albums and was issued by World War III records. ~ Eduardo RivadaviaPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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