Congrats to Hatebreed for snatching their second consecutive win in our latest Death Match. The hardcore heroes managed to beat out death metal veterans Nile, but now, we've got a band from the new school of technical death to face Hatebreed.
Hatebreed's new album, 'The Divinity of Purpose,' will be released Jan. 25 in Europe and Jan. 29 in the United States, and now the band has announced a headlining U.S. tour kicking off in late January.
Hatebreed have successfully scored a win in their Death Match debut. The band defeated German thrash masters Destruction, so Hatebreed now continue their march to the Death Match Hall of Fame against a new challenger - technical death metal veterans Nile.
Legendary German thrash band Destruction, fittingly enough, destroyed Napalm Death in our latest Death Match. The band's track 'Carnivore' is now on the treacherous path to the Death Match Hall of Fame, all they have to do is defeat three more bands, starting with this next act.
Intensity is a total understatement when Lamb of God come to town, but when you add In Flames, Hatebreed and Sylosis to the mix, the energy is indescribable. New York’s Roseland Ballroom shook to its core these bands took the stage on Friday night (Nov. 16).
Hatebreed have fired up a brand new track from their forthcoming sixth album 'The Divinity of Purpose.' The tune, 'Put it to the Torch,' is a compact, short and to the point song that we've come to expect from this Connecticut hardcore institution.
Hatebreed frontman Jamey Jasta was the guest on Full Metal Jackie’s radio show this past weekend. He spoke all about the band's forthcoming album ‘The Divinity of Purpose,’ as well as hitting the road with Lamb of God and how playing shows has changed since Randy Blythe's arrest. Read the full interview with Jamey Jasta below:
Connecticut hardcore act Hatebreed have finally revealed the juicy details about their upcoming sixth studio album, which is titled 'The Divinity of Purpose.' Along with U.S. and European release dates, Hatebreed have also unveiled the cover art for the highly anticipated record.
The music world is in shock over the death of 28-year-old Suicide Silence frontman Mitch Lucker. The rocker passed away Thursday morning (Nov. 1) after a motorcycle accident near in Huntington Beach, California.
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