Feels like it’s been a long time in the making but Why I Hate is finally releasing their forthcoming album “Hieroglyphic Transmissions” October 5th on Fail Safe Records. To get you pumped up Death By False Hopes is giving away a free download of a track from the album called “The Symbol That Is Sewn, It’s Not Who I’m Known To Be,” which you can get here (for some reason the player doesn’t work for us but the download does).
To slightly confuse everybody there are actually 2 versions of the song. One is the Why I Hate, punk version, and the other is the Why I Hope, folky-rock version. Why I Hope is the exact same 5 dudes as in Why I Hate. They just went into two different studios and recorded the same record twice, but with different approaches. “Hieroglyphic Transmissions” will contain 4 bonus Why I Hope versions and the limited LP version will be a double vinyl with 8 Why I Hope versions.