During a visit to the Nuclear Blast Records headquarters in Donzdorf, Germany on June 6, Swedish extreme metallers HYPOCRISY answered questions that were submitted via the Nuclear Blast Facebook page. Check out the question-and-answer session below.
HYPOCRISY is writing material for its 13th studio album, which it plans to record later this year for an eary 2013 release via Nuclear Blast Records.
Commented the band: “We’re now focusing on writing new songs for the next album. We’ve already some new material and it sounds killer! The plan is to record the new album in the autumn this year and release it in the first half of 2013. So far everything is working out as planned and we’re really excited to bring out the new release. Between the writing process we’re also doing some festival shows and we hope to see you all there!”
HYPOCRISY guitarist Mikael Hedlund told Metal Shock Finland late last year about the material for the band’s next CD, “It’s too early to say what it’s going to sounds like, but all I can say is that it’s not gonna be any change of style. It will be a classic HYPOCRISY album without [any] compromises.’
HYPOCRISY‘s latest DVD/CD, “Hell Over Sofia – 20 Years Of Chaos And Confusion”, was released in October via Nuclear Blast. The disc contains footage of the band’s February 27, 2010 concert at the Blue Box club in Sofia, Bulgaria.
HYPOCRISY‘s latest album, “A Taste Of Extreme Divinity”, sold 1,400 copies in the United States in its first week of release. The CD landed at position No. 23 on the Top New Artist Albums (Heatseekers) chart, which lists the best-selling albums by new and developing artists, defined as those who have never appeared in the Top 100 of The Billboard 200.