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Check out the new Hatebreed video for “Seven Enemies”

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Thursday, June 22, 2017 at 6:41 PM (PST)

On my death bed I will probably ask the people planning on chiseling some silly bullshit on my headstone to instead use some Hatebreed lyrics: You want me to hold my tongue/Then why the fuck am I here?

Haha. But in all seriousness, Hatebreed are back with a new video for “Seven Enemies”. Check it out below. It is particularly Hatebreedy, so turn it up and get reminded what dedication to hardcore means.

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For this generation a lot of self-esteem comes from the phone or a picture like on Instagram. A Facebook comment. Since we didn’t have that when I was a kid we would talk about bands, shows, ideas. So I try to get back to that with my daughter or my circle of friends. – Jamey Jasta.

It’s always a pleasure to interview Hatebreed as one of the most consistently heavy, scowling bands in the world are actually some of the most down to Earth and grateful dudes in the business. Hatebreed are a band whose (cough) perseverance makes me never believe haters or doubters in my own life who say things can’t be
accomplished, the worm-tongue types or divider who will whisper negative mantras or lazy couch warriors who give up too soon for want of trying rather than take a hard
fucking look at why they are such losers.

New album The Concrete Confessional proves this unkillable band never settle for living in the past or resting on their laurels. It is a barrage of meaningful and
impactful tunes that will earn more praise and respect from anyone worth a shit. There are some bad ass pre-order packages up HERE.

Album deets from the press release:

The Concrete Confessional was recorded in Connecticut, produced by long-time collaborator Zeuss (Rob Zombie, Suicide Silence, Whitechapel), and mixed by Josh Wilbur(Lamb of God, Megadeth). Artwork was created by Marcelo Vasco (Slayer). The new music is crushing and heavy with provocative lyrics that touch upon a number of topics that have become front-and-center in today’s New Normal: the rise of terrorism, police brutality, moral decay, greed and betrayal, increased divisiveness, and the fading promise of the American Dream, potently covered on the track “A.D.”

Read more below.

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Deep Cuts: Hatebreed

Posted by Morgan Ywain Evans on Friday, February 5, 2016 at 12:23 PM (PST)

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Make no mistake, it was truly Hatebreed who broke metalcore open wide to the younger generation. While bands like Biohazard, D.R.I. and most famously Suicidal Tendencies popularized crossover and great bands like Unearth, All Out War and, say, Earth Crisis , Chain Of Strength or even Emmure also went as heavy, only perhaps newer Suicide Silence or KSE has connected to people across the spectrum of metal and hardcore to persevere with such a focused message of “You can pull through.”

We are stoked for The Concrete Confessional and wanted to give the guys some love.

Now that Pantera is perhaps irredeemably stained for some and other people, as much as they like Slipknot, can’t get over the grown men in jumpsuits and masks thing (I personally love Slipknot), who is still here that can unite the tribes with such force? Five Finger Death Punch are too goofy or conservative for many people, despite great big riffs and groove. Thrash is cool and probably the overall most popular style of metal ever yet some people want even heavier than the Lamb Of God style hybrid. Well, guess what? We still have mighty Hatebreed. This band went from Satisfaction… days to fucking opening for KISS (at least I think Frank told me they did when I interviewed him in Poughkeepsie once for Crusher).

Anyway, Hatebreed are always powerful live. I have never been let down by one of their shows, ever. Not to mention Matt Byrne is one of the friendliest dudes and the whole band genuinely live to spread a good message and get the Led out, so to speak. Unity above the bullshit.

Fuckin’ represent with these 3 Hatebreed DEEP CUTS bangers! Remain Steadfast!

More BELOW.

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“I smell a massacre!” We’ve got some exclusive Black Label Society, Hatebreed and Butcher Babies shots from staff photog Matt Slater. The show is from January’s stop at the Webster in Hartford, CT and from the looks of it the show was pretty intense. I’m a big fan of all of these bands. Hatebreed have been metalcore originators for a long time, since Slater and I used to go see them (and in Matt’s case his band Beneath The Remains used to open for them) in Poughkeepsie hardcore’s arguable heyday in the late 90’s-early 00’s. Black Label? It’s fuckin’ Zakk. What else is there to know? And as for Butcher Babies? They get a lot of shit for looking good but you know what? The band is not only about sex or some BS. Pay attention to their Instagram feeds and you’ll see how they really work hard, push themselves and care about connecting to their fan base as a full band. I agree that women shouldn’t be exploited but don’t think that means every woman and/or man in a band has to leave their outfits from showing too much all the time either. Bottom line? Butcher Babies fuckin’ rule! Go listen to Goliath now and tell me you don’t want to pit it up during “C8h18 (Gasoline)”!

Anyway, check out the shots BELOW. As Hatebreed scream “This Is Now!!”

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Full Album Stream: Hatebreed – “The Divinity Of Purpose”

Posted by SeanB on Thursday, January 24, 2013 at 4:26 PM (PST)

hatebreed-the-divinity-of-purposeConnecticut hardcore group Hatebreed are streaming their upcoming album The Divinity Of Purpose in its entirety over at Hatebreed.com.  The strem will be available up until Sunday January 27th at midnight so get your listening in now.

To find the album stream click right here.

The Divinity of Purpose will be Hatebreed’s seventh studio album and a follow up to 2009′s self- titled release. It is scheduled for a Nuclear Blast release on January 25th, and 29th in Europe and The US respectively. Hatebreed are also going on tour with Dying Fetus, Shadows Fall, and The Contortionist right now.  For dates and details click right here.

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Lyric Video: Hatebreed – “Honor Never Dies”

Posted by SeanB on Tuesday, January 22, 2013 at 5:44 PM (PST)

Connecticut hardcore vets Hatebreed have followed up the final trailer for their upcoming album, The Divinity Of Purpose with a lyric video for the single “Honor Never Dies.”  This is the second single from the album which is due to be released January 25th on Nuclear Blast.

To give it a watch you can click right here.

The Divinity of Purpose will be Hatebreed’s seventh studio album and a follow up to 2009′s self- titled release. It is scheduled for release January 25th, and 29th in Europe and The US respectively. Hatebreed are also going on tour with Dying Fetus, Shadows Fall, and The Contortionist right now. For dates and details click here.

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Connecticut hardcore veterans Hatebreed will release their new album The Divinity of Purpose on January 25, 2013. Prior to The Divinity of Purpose debut on  Nuclear Blast Records, Hatebreed has released video trailers from three tracks on the album.  The video with lyrics for the first single off the album, “Put it to the Torch” can be viewed here.

Click here to watch the new album trailer:

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Music Video: Hatebreed – “Put It To The Torch”

Posted by SeanB on Tuesday, January 8, 2013 at 9:26 AM (PST)

Connecticut metalcore band Hatebreed have released a music video for their new single called “Put It To The Torch.”  The song is taken from their forthcoming Nuclear Blast release called The Divinity Of Purpose.

You can find the video by clicking right here.

The Divinity of Purpose will be Hatebreed’s seventh studio album and a follow up to 2009′s self- titled release. It is scheduled for release January 25th, and 29th in Europe and The US respectively. Hatebreed are also going on tour with Dying Fetus, Shadows Fall, and The Contortionist right now. For dates and details click here.

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Connecticut metalcore band Hatebreed have released a video trailer to promote the upcoming release of their new album.  The video consists of frontman Jamey Jasta speaking a bit on the cover art and what it represents.  The album is called The Divinity of Purpose and artwork was done by Eliran Kantor (Testament, GWAR, etc.).

Click here to check out the trailer.

The Divinity of Purpose will be Hatebreed’s seventh studio album and a follow up to 2009’s self- titled release.  It is being released via Nuclear Blast January 25th, and 29th in Europe and The US respectively.  Hatebreed are also going on tour with Dying Fetus, Shadows Fall, and The Contortionist starting in January.  For dates and details click here.

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Dying Fetus announce tour with Hatebreed, Shadows Fall, and The Contortionist

Posted by SeanB on Tuesday, December 4, 2012 at 7:18 AM (PST)

Death Metal heavy hitters Dying Fetus have announced an upcoming tour with Hatebreed, Shadows Fall, and The Contortionist. The tour will run from January 26,2012 to February 17, 2013 and is being called “The Divinity of Purpose Tour”.

Click here for a list of dates and venues.

Right now, Dying Fetus are on “The Blood of Power Tour” with Cattle Decapitation and Cerebral Bore for the first leg of the tour and Malignancy and Cerebral Bore for the second leg. Click here for dates and venues.

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Hatebreed pens deal with Razor and Tie/Nuclear Blast

Posted by tyrusrunyan on Friday, October 12, 2012 at 8:03 AM (PST)

Connecticut metalcore band Hatebreed have just signed a deal with Razor and Tie Records for the release of their upcoming album in North America/Canada and Nuclear Blast for it’s release in Europe. The as of yet untitled album was co-produced by Hatebreed, Zeuss and Josh Wilbur and mixed by Wilbur. The album is set for release in January 2013 and the band will support the release with a worldwide tour.

Commented singer Jamey Jasta, “We’re really excited to be working with such great people at both Razor & Tie & Nuclear Blast. We’ve made an awesome album and we’re chomping at the bit to get it out and hit the road. Global domination begins now.”

Nuclear Blast A&R Jaap Wagemaker stated: “In the past we had seen Hatebreed play several times live when they were headlining indoor hardcore festivals or when they played one of the many shows at Graspop in Belgium! The band that defined metal / hardcore with their releases „Perseverance“ and „The Rise of Brutality“ will be releasing another milestone in their career by the beginning of 2013!! After seeing Hatebreed turning this years Hellfest upside down infront of 30,000 hardcore and metalfans and doing the same a couple of months later at Bloodstock in the UK it became very clear that Hatebreed and Nuclear Blast would be the perfect match. Something that became even stronger after we had the chance to listen to a couple of new songs! We are very proud to welcome Hatebreed to the evergrowing Nuclear family!! In 2013 their new album will be out and I can tell you that the fans who have been waiting for this for a couple of years now won’t be disappointed!! Hatebreed is back, stronger than ever!!“

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Mayhem Cruise gets canceled

Posted by XxCrashQueenxX on Wednesday, August 8, 2012 at 1:57 PM (PST)

The Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Cruise has been canceled. The cruise was set to sail off on December 7, 2012 from the port of Miami, Florida and travel to the Bahamas, then return to dry land on December 10th, 2012.  On the bill for the event included Lamb of God, Anthrax, and Hatebreed, among others.

Click here to view statements from the organizers.

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Today, Los Angeles metallers Five Finger Death Punch announced their upcoming headlining tour this Fall entitled “Share The Welt” Tour. The tour will follow in support of their forthcoming third studio album release “American Capitalist,” set for release this Fall via Prospect Park Records.  Support will come from All That Remains, Hatebreed, and Rev Theory. Click here to check out the first leg of dates, with more to be announced!

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Jamey JastaHatebreed vocalist Jamey Jasta is primed to put out a solo album on July 26th entitled “Jasta” and is ready to share the first song with the world. Century Media is handling the UK release, while eOne music is publishing in the States.

Here is what the vegan front man had to say about his first solo effort:

“I did all of it by myself, except for the guest parts. I did it all throughout 2008, 2009 and 2010 so it was fun to go back, listen to those old tracks and go, ‘These are still good, let’s release them!’ I’m just very lucky that I’m in a position to be able to do this and I’m grateful that the eOne label is giving it such a great push.”

On a potential solo tour, Jasta is less optimistic:

“I don’t see myself doing a lot of touring for this at all. I’d like to, but I really want to focus on getting Hatebreed out for the rest of the year.”

Check out the new track here and click here for a video with Jasta explaining a bit about the new album.

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SOS Band PictureHardcore fans rejoice, as a new semi-supergroup has emerged in the form of S.O.S. The group’s first offering is entitled I Owe You Nothing and is an EP ready for release on June 21st via Good Fight Music. Here is what vocalist Scott Voegel said about the project:

“It took years to finally get everyone in the same room, but the result is cool. We did what we set out to do; make a fast and angry hardcore record with no gimmicks or nonsense, and just have fun doing it. It seems like today everything is so professional and serious and this was just friends from some of my favorite bands making some music together.”

The band’s membership is as follows:

Scott Vogel – Vocals (Terror)

Matt Henderson – Guitar (formerly of Agnostic Front and Madball)

Sam Trapkin – Guitar (Trapped Under Ice)

Chris Beattie – Bass (Hatebreed)

Nick Jett – Drums (Terror)

Stream the new track on the band’s facebook and click here to check out the band’s “Intro” video!

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