Depths of Hatred have wiped the slate clean, returning with their new album, Inheritance, their first full length release via Prosthetic Records. With a new vocalist, a new sound and a new energy to kick off 2021 – Depths of Hatred have lost none of the technical edge that made them stand out from the death metal pack. Putting the past firmly where it belongs, the Canadian five-piece have grabbed the opportunity to embrace a change of direction, and look only to the future.
A progressive slant to their rejuvenated sound means that they have stayed true to their definitive death metal roots, yet allowed themselves the opportunity to open up and explore metalcore and beyond. With ambitions to take their new material on the road as soon as they are able to do so, Depths of Hatred have every intention of making this fresh start really count.
Inheritance was released via Prosthetic Records on 19 March, 2021. Martin Trottier (guitar) and Karl Desjardins (drums) tell us about 3 records that have influenced them a lot.