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Shai Hulud Release New EP “Just Can’t Hate Enough x 2 – Plus Other Hate Songs”, Stream Posted


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Shai Hulud stealthily released their new effort, “Just Can’t Hate Enough x 2 – Plus Other Hate Songs” this past Friday, December 04th. The effort is now available through most digital retailers and features originals and covers, along with numerous guests:

Shai Hulud - Just Can’t Hate Enough X 2

01 – “Sincerely Hated” (feat. Rachel Aspe of Eths)
02 – “Colder Than The Cold World” (feat. Mike Perez of No Bragging Rights)
03 – “How Hates The Heart – Or: The Fucking Silence” (feat. Andrew Neufeld of Comeback Kid)
04 – “A Profound Hatred Of Man” (feat. Chad “The Moose” Neptune of Strongarm/Further Seems Forever“)
05 – “I Just Can’t Hate Enough” (A Chorus Of Disapproval cover) (feat. Issac Golub of A Chorus Of Disapproval)
06 – “Just Can’t Hate Enough” (Sheer Terror cover) (feat. Shawna Potter of War On Women)
07 – “Blaze Some Hate” (Excel cover)
08 – “Hate, Myth, Muscle, Etiquette” (Propagandhi cover) (feat. Jesse Barnett of Stick To Your Guns)

The band commented of it:

“Enter, for your enjoyment – whether in auditory delight or abject derision, our collaboration with No Sleep Records who proudly present (or so we hope) our new EP: Just Can’t Hate Enough X 2 – Plus Other Hate Songs.

Just Can’t Hate Enough X 2 bridges the gap between our 2013 album “Reach Beyond The Sun” and whatever the next one will be called. On full lengths we like to write varied songs and broaden our musical parameters; here, we just raged. Short, fast, pissed. More MDC than Opeth, though we love both and sound like neither.

Lyrically, as always, we try to isolate aspects of humanity we find regressive and counterproductive to mass wellbeing; analyzing bits of “profound hatred” we’re always spouting off about. The original songs this time around deal with valuing reason, and the negativity often reaped by those who champion uncomfortable truths; the unfortunate and seemingly inevitable hardening of human hearts; and the importance of communication, and how its avoidance breeds contempt.”

A vinyl release of the outing is scheduled for February 23rd.

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