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Deep In Hate is a Brutal Death Metal band from the Parisian area.
It first released a demo titled « No Remorse » in 2004, the year the band was founded.
Its first album, « Only the Strong Survive », released in 2008, marked a radical change as for the writing of the songs, and the influences of the music. Finding its source in North America, Deep In Hate's music turned more into a technical Brutal Death metal. The band quickly joins with this album « DeadSun Records », and Only the Strong Survive can be found in France (through FNAC and Virgin stores) but also in stores in other European countries : Nederlands, Belgium and Germany for example.
The first video clip, « Payback Time », is produced by « One-O-One » and is positively welcomed by the internet community. The video was eventually broadcasted on the « Virgin 17 TV» and « MCM » channels.
Deep In Hates concept is based on a subtle mix between technical skills and the search of its own personality.
That concept is developed and matured on the band's new record, Origins of Inequality, released in 2011, this time through the label M&O Music and Anticraft distribution.
On the new songs, the speed of some excerpts, making the listener alert and attentive, is only equaled by the strength with which they are jostled once they think they have defined what comes to their ears. Deep In Hate's music draws itself progressively, like the faces we discover on the front cover of the album, that come out of shapeless dark matter.
Like those faces put together, the melody and the skills of Death metal are associated with powerful and groovy Hardcore riffs, creating contrasts the likes of which we find in the most important names in Brutal Death music.
Deep In Hate found in Vincent Giorgetti, a young and promising director, the perfect man for the illustration of « Lobotomizing the Masses » a track from its new album. The video mixes a fine photography to a nervous editing and succeeds in transcribing the nuances of the music, forming a « violent beauty », in the continuity of an album with two faces...
On CD or during a show, Deep In Hate's music won't let anyone down