CALM HATCHERY release date of “Sacrilege Of Humanity” pushed back to 20th December! New video for “Messerschmitt” in preparation!

CALM HATCHERY, death metal quintet from northern Poland, featuring past and present members of Dead Infection or Tehace is about to release their new, second album, entitled „Sacrilege Of Humanity”. The band signed worldwide deal with Selfmadegod, and the album will hit the stores on 20th December 2010. Cover artwork was designed by Mentalporn (Deathstars, Behemoth). On band’s Myspace page ( you can already listen to three songs from this album.

CALM HATCHERY have just finished recording the video for song “Messerschmitt”. Comments Huzar, band’s guitar player: “The video was recorded by the director from local tv station. We have over 45 minutes of recording to choose from. Video shots took place in old dreary, post-german factory. You can expect very raw atmosphere perfectly corresponding with both music and lyrics. The video will be ready at the begining of new year”
„Sacrilege Of Humanity” is technical, brutal death metal inspired by such genre leaders as Nile, Morbid Angel, Decapitated or Immolation. Flawless sound of second Calm Hatchery is guaranteed by Hertz Studio, Bialystok where the album was recorded and supervised by Wiesławscy Bros (Behemoth, Vader, Hate).

“With superb guitar work, very brutal (and elaborate) drumming, and perfect growls, Calm Hatchery will surely please and impress most Death Metal fans these days” – Infernal Masquerade – 88/100
“Superb technical level! This precise sound tempest cannot be ignored” – Violence Magazine – 4,5/5
Zware Metalen – 80/100 – 13/15


1.Rattlesnake’s Dream
2.Sea Of Truth
4.We Are The Universe
5.Mirror Giants
6.Hymn Of The Forgotten
8.Lost In The Sands
9.Those Who Were
10.Shine For The Chosen One
11.The Blood Of Stalingrad

Calm Hatchery debuted 4 years ago with „El Alamein” album. Recently the band achieved quite big success wining on 20th August Rock Generacja festival and having the opportunity to present itself next day in Koszalin Amphitheatre together with Vader and Napalm Death.

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