The release of 'The Underground Scene' also was approached well by the Malaysian Entertainment Media who classed them as "Positive Metal". But inspite of the positive response from the media, their label Pony Canyon decided not to release a Necromanicide album. This was because the label felt that Necromanicide was 'out of the scene' and that Christian Metal just wasn't going to be accepted in Malaysia (Due to the fact that Malaysia is a Muslim Country). In September 1996, Necromanicide entered the studio and recorded it's latest material for it's debut album entitled 'Hate Regime". Unlike the 'Underground Scene', 'Hate Regime' is a wider spectrum of Necromanicide's music showcasing it's maturity since it's last effort. The album being Pre-Dominantly Grindcore Thrash also showcases industrial and Hardcore styles as well. Among some of the supprises includes a song called "Unwanted Killer" which showcases the bands unusual combination of Thrash, Blues and Galactic Cowboys-like harmonies. The album also has a bonus 10th track called 'Necromancy', a song from their 1995 demo. 'Necromancy' showcases the bands early Grindcore sound with unusual Guitar harmonies remniscent of Tourniquet. Also in this album for the first time is an intrumental called 'El-Maseeh', which means 'Messiah' in arabic. Here is the list of some of the songs available on their debut album, 'Hate Regime'.
1. Necromanicide has finished recording their 2nd album material . Now is up to Pony Canyon to release it...very soon.
2. Necromanicide came out on national TV (Channel TV3). The TV3 people interviewed us too.
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