HATH: “Of Rot and Ruin” Now Streaming

HATH: Of Rot and Ruin

Now Streaming at MetalSucks


Of Rot and Ruin, the new album from New Jersey Blackened Death Metallers HATH, is now streaming in full at MetalSucks.net. Of Rot and Ruin has received widespread critical acclaim, with Metal Injection praising the album’s “eloquent mix of brutal precision, endearing melodies and infectious grooves” and called a “masterpiece” by Heavy Blog is Heavy.

Hear it for yourself at www.metalsucks.net/2019/04/08/full-album-premiere-stream-haths-progressive-metal-masterpiece-of-rot-and-ruin/

HATH will release Of Rot and Ruin April 12 on Willowtip Records. The album doesn’t just live up to the promise of superb 2015 debut EP Hive; it more than surpasses it with impressive songwriting growth and a sonic intensity that penetrates deep into the bones.

Pre-order Of Rot and Ruin on digital, CD and 2xLP formats:

Order via Willowtip https://tinyurl.com/ybvwfrlo

Order via Bandcamp https://tinyurl.com/y9l5hxhs

“A truly seamless work. Hath thrive in the blending of otherwise-discrete genre elements, rejoicing in the inclusive bounty of their boundary-crossing.”

– Invisible Oranges

“An enormous (and enormously good) surprise, not a step forward but an extravagant leap ahead.”

– No Clean Singing

“Of Rot And Ruin is one hell of a debut full length!”

– Technical Music Review

“Expect an evolved HATH with monstrous growth shown between their debut EP Hive and now.”

– Heaviest of Art

“If you are looking for a unique and interesting band, then do yourself a favor by picking up a copy Of Rot And Ruin.”

– Canadian Assault


Of Rot and Ruin Track Listing

1. Usurpation

2. Currents

3. Rituals

4. To Atone

5. Withered

6. Worlds Within

7. Kindling

8. Accursed

9. Progeny

HATH is:

Frank Albanese – Guitar/Vocals

Greg Nottis – Bass/Vocals

Peter Brown – Guitar

AJ Viana – Drums






Hath started in 2014 as a project between Frank Albanese and AJ Viana. Greg Nottis joined on bass during the writing of their first EP Hive, which released in 2015 to generally high praise.

In early 2017 Hath began recording their first full-length record. 2018 saw a lot of changes for the band. Hath signed a deal with Willowtip Records, added guitarist Peter Brown to the band, and finished Of Rot and Ruin.

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