Hardcore titans Hatebreed are poised to release their first album in three years, The Concrete Confessional. Comprised of 13 tracks, the band has offered a taste of three new songs -- "A.D.," "Looking Down the Barrel of Today" and "The Apex Within" -- in the trailer for their upcoming tour dates posted above.

Frontman Jamey Jasta barks, "This dream can't be / What it used to be!" with raging intensity on "A.D.," a song that is an abbreviated version of "American Dream" and teases the band's thrashier elements. Following this audio clip is "Looking Down the Barrel of Today," featuring thunderous tom strikes and Hatebreed's pit-ready grooves before seamlessly moving on to "The Apex Within" which boasts more accented rhythms and Jasta's empowering lyrics. The three clips are succeeded by bits of some of the band's classics like "Destroy Everything" and "I Will Be Heard."

Out May 13 on Nuclear Blast, pre-orders for The Concrete Confessional can be placed here. Several bundle options are available in vinyl, CD or digital formats of the album along with different shirt selections, prayer candles, posters and a skull and maces journal.

In support of the Concrete Confessional, Hatebreed will be hitting the road on a headlining run starting May 13, the day of the album's release. Support will come from DevilDriver on all dates and the Devil You Know will drop off towards the end of the trek, being replaced by thrashers Act of Defiance. For a full list of stops, head to our 2016 Guide to Rock + Metal Tours.

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