It's a big day for Hatebreed. Along with their start on the Vans Warped Tour for the summer, the band has a new video to share as well, giving a visual to the fan-favorite "Seven Enemies" song.

The track itself is a brutal one, with Jamey Jasta challenging some of his foes to see the world through his eyes. It's an angsty heavy-hitter is sure to stir up some fists in the air by those catching them on Warped this summer.

As for the video, it's a colorful clip as Jasta and the members of Hatebreed play amidst the backdrop of a concrete jungle that's been graced with vivid and colorful graffiti. It's a striking visual that fits well with the song and plays into the album title The Concrete Confessional.

Jasta told us last fall, "We knew we wanted to do stuff that was more political just because it’s timely with everything that’s going on. A lot of thrash and hardcore and punk also had social issues, so I was like we’ve done the positive stuff, we’ve done the empowering stuff, so let’s do some social stuff. So that was cool, and the rest of it, we just really wanted to connect with that adrenaline again. We wanted to make an album that really fires you up and we did two new songs today right out of the gate and the crowd was going crazy, so I think we made the right choice." The Concrete Confessional is available here.

As stated, Hatebreed will be spending time on the Vans Warped Tour this summer. Find out where you can catch them live here.

Jamey Jasta Talks The Concrete Confessional + Addiction


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