To the Nines (Hatesphere album)

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To the Nines
Studio album by
Released23 March 2009
RecordedOctober 2008 at Antfarm Studio in Aarhus, Denmark
Genre Thrash metal, melodic death metal
Label Napalm
Producer Tue Madsen
Hatesphere chronology
Serpent Smiles and Killer Eyes
To the Nines
Professional ratings
Review scores
Exclaim! (favorable) [1]

To the Nines is the sixth studio album by the Danish melodeath/thrash metal band Hatesphere. To the Nines peaked at number 36 on the Tracklisten , the Danish top 40 record chart. [2]


Track listing

1."To the Nines" Jonathan Albrechtsen, Peter Lyse Hansen, Hatesphere, Mixen Lindberg, Jakob Nyholm 2:27
2."Backstabber"Albrechtsen, Hansen, Hatesphere, Lindberg, Nyholm4:26
3."Cloaked in Shit"Albrechtsen, Hansen, Hatesphere4:29
4."Clarity"Hansen, Hatesphere, Lindberg5:19
5."Even If It Kills Me"Hatesphere, Lindberg, Nyholm1:22
6."Commencing a Campaign"Hansen, Hatesphere1:11
7."The Writing's on the Wall"Albrechtsen, Hansen, Hatesphere, Lindberg3:18
8."In the Trenches"Albrechtsen, Hansen, Hatesphere, Lindberg3:15
9."Aurora"Albrechtsen, Hansen, Hatesphere, Lindberg4:06
10."Oceans of Blood"Albrechtsen, Hansen, Hatesphere, Lindberg4:43
Limited edition bonus tracks
11."The Coming of Chaos" (live)Hatesphere4:39
12."Cloaked in Shit" (live)Albrechtsen, Hansen, Hatesphere4:30
13."In the Trenches" (demo version)Albrechtsen, Hansen, Hatesphere, Lindberg3:17


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  1. Falzon, Denise (May 2009). "To the Nines review". Exclaim! . Retrieved 29 November 2009.
  2. "Hatesphere's 'To the Nines' lands on Danish chart". . 7 April 2009. Retrieved 29 November 2009.