"Born to bleed, fighting to succeed / Built to endure what this world throws at me." That is the line in the song 'In Ashes They Shall Reap' that Hatebreed fans worldwide chant along to, brandish on their clothing and use as inspiration to develop a positive mental attitude … but when a 1-year-old connects with it, we know she'll never have her Barbie dolls stolen when she gets older. Allow us to introduce Scarlett, an adorable 1-year-old g
Black Sabbath released 'God is Dead?' on April 18 as the band's first official single from the massively anticipated new album '13.' 'God is Dead?' was unleashed upon us all the day before the 2013 New England Metal and Hardcore Festival began, and to our surprise, most of the festival bands we interviewed hadn't actually heard the track yet. Thus, we busted out the iPod, attached some sweet Bose headphones and offered musicians from acts such as Anthrax, Hatebreed, Every Time I Die + others their first taste of '13.'
Despite the infamous rivalry between the Red Sox and Yankees, metalheads welcomed New York thrash legends Anthrax with open arms as they headlined the first night of the New England Hardcore & Metal Festival at The Palladium in Worcester, Mass., on Saturday (April 19).
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Hatebreed are really taking to the road in early 2013. The Connecticut hardcore outfit are about to finish a current string of dates with Shadows Fall, Dying Fetus and the Contortionist, but after only a small amount of time to relax along with a handful of international dates, Hatebreed will hit the U.S. highways once again beginning April 9.
Hatebreed just released their new album, 'The Divinity of Purpose,' and they want to share a stellar prize package with one of their lucky fans. The band is teaming with Loudwire for a new contest that will offer a Hatebreed "Brass Knuckles" USB drive, pre-loaded with album extras, a black 'The Divinity of Purpose' t-shirt and both an autographed CD and vinyl versions of their latest album.
Hatebreed are back in a big way in the form of 'The Divinity of Purpose,' the Connecticut mosh 'n' stomp hardcore band's first disc for new label Razor & Tie. It's anthemic, full of sing-along choruses and lyrical declarations, chunky riffing, battering ram drumming and more breakdowns than an insane asylum. It's a totally moshable affair, comprised of tight, efficient and make-their-point-and-move on songs.
Hatebreed frontman Jamey Jasta was the guest on Full Metal Jackie’s radio show this past weekend. Jasta spoke about the band’s upcoming album 'The Divinity of Purpose,' as well as his thoughts on how the metal scene has changed since the beginning of his music career with Hatebreed and much more. Read Full Metal Jackie’s interview with Jamey Jasta below: