Band Name Hate Eternal. Album Name I, Monarch. Released date 28 June 2005. Labels Earache Records. 13. The Power That Be. 14. I, Monarch. 15. The Victorious Reign. 16. Hate Eternal Interview. 17. Behind the Scenes at Mana Studios.
The name �Hate Eternal� is a rather suitable label for such music. Vicious drums, outlandish guitar riffs, and carnivorous vocals blend together to create the ultimate atmosphere of hatred. For 42 minutes during the newest release, one feels as though he truly is scourging the King of Kings, causing him to tremble before him. Rutan has once again managed to successfully create an outlet for his emotions, which shines darkly full of superior death metal for our modern times. Cower before me Christ, as I, Monarch have now begun to reign.
King of All Kings is the second album by the Florida death metal band Hate Eternal. It was released on September 16, 2002 on Earache Records, and like their debut it was produced by the band's frontman Erik Rutan. All songs by Erik Rutan except when noted. Our Beckoning" – 0:49. King of All Kings" – 2:49 (Rutan, Anderson). The Obscure Terror" – 3:53. Servants of the Gods" – 2:56. Beyond Redemption" – 3:08 (Rutan, Anderson). Born by Fire" – 3:43 (Rutan, Anderson). Chants in Declaration" – 4:05.
Tracklist: 1. Two Demons, 2. Behold Judas, 3. The Victorious Reign, 4. To Know Our Enemies, 5. I, Monarch, 6. Path To The Eternal Gods, 7. The Plague Of Humanity, 8. It Is Our Will, 9. Sons Of Darkness, 10. Faceless On. 3. 4. To Know Our Enemies. 6. Path To The Eternal Gods. 7. The Plague Of Humanity.
I, Monarch was recorded and mixed at Mana Recording Studios, Tampa, FL. Recorded during the 5 hurricanes of Summer, Fall 2004. Intro and outro of the song "I, Monarch" taken from the song "Death Posture" off the classic Zero Kama "The Secret Eye Of Laylah" with kind permission from Michael "Zos" Dewitt. The Perilous Fight was recorded live at The Garage, London, 4th June 2006.
Album by Hate Eternal. MusicBrainz: I, Monarch. this site: I, Monarch. Bandcamp: I, Monarch.
The third Hate Eternal album marks the end of an era for the band. It was the last record for long-time contractor Earache Records, the last to feature notorious drum mercenary (and budding solo artist/clinician) Derek Roddy and the sole record to feature bass guitarist/vocalist Randy Piro. It is the first record to feature artwork by Paul Romano, and the last of three records to feature royal connotations in its choice for album title. On its first three records Hate Eternal perfected its traditional death metal sound in every possible way, and I, Monarch is the most representative of those changes. It is the record where the band finally showed what they were capable of as songwriters. Conquering the Throne and King Of All Kings (the former more than the latter) seemed to focus on speed and brutality almost exclusively.
|CD3||The Victorious Reign||3:37|
|CD4||To Know Our Enemies||4:15|
|CD6||Path To The Eternal Gods||3:27|
|CD7||The Plague Of Humanity||4:02|
|CD8||It Is Our Will||4:41|
|CD9||Sons Of Darkness||4:55|
|DVD2||Servants Of The Gods|
|DVD3||The Victorious Reign|
|DVD7||The Obscure Terror|
|DVD8||To Know Our Enemies|
|DVD9||Powers That Be|
|DVD10||By His Own Decree|
|DVD11||Sons Of Darkness|
|DVD12||King Of All Kings|
|DVD13||Powers That Be|
|DVD15||The Victorious Reign|
|DVD16||Hate Eternal Interview|
|DVD17||Behind The Scenes At Mana Studios|
|MOSH 286CD||Hate Eternal||I, Monarch (CD, Album)||Earache||MOSH 286CD||US||2005|
|MOSH 286||Hate Eternal||I, Monarch (LP, Album, Ltd, Pic)||Earache||MOSH 286||UK||2005|
|BMA038||Hate Eternal||I, Monarch (CD, Album)||Black Metal Attack Records||BMA038||Brazil||2006|
|MOSH 286 CDL||Hate Eternal||I, Monarch (CD, Album, Ltd, Sli)||Earache||MOSH 286 CDL||Europe||2005|
|MOSH 286 CD||Hate Eternal||I, Monarch (CD, Album)||Soyuz Music, Earache||MOSH 286 CD||Russia||2005|