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We forgot to ask Gary Wolstenholme if there were as many annoying pricks wearing backpacks at Hatebreed's Manchester Academy 2 show as there were when the band played London , mainly because Jamey Jasta's face just brings out the urge to M0SH in us. Yep. -- Hatebreed @ Manchester Academy 2 - 30 April 2013 c/o Gary Wolstenholme [...]
This week felt like living in a soap opera.
Hatebreed are one of the most consistently excellent live bands around. They always have been and probably always will be so we headed down to the first properly sweaty gig of the year to see Jamey Jasta growling his way through some hardcore anthems. Pre-gig meal: Chilango. Grilled chicken burrito with black beans, hot and mild salsa, lettuce. No cheese or sour cream, please. 6 things we learnt watching Hatebreed again... [...]
Members of Metallica, Megadeth, Anthrax, Machine Head, Guns N' Roses, Hatebreed, and Suffocation mourn the loss of a legend.
Within the Ruins make a strong debut. KEN Mode, Clutch and Byzantine also crack the Top 10 chart.
With each album that they put out, Hatebreed prove themselves to be more and more like the AC/DC of hardcore and metal. Much like the Australian hard rockers, Hatebreed have found themselves a deadly formula that works so well they barely stray from it, yet they pull it off with such conviction that it never becomes boring. Whereas with AC/DC it’s simple blues bases riffs, four on the floor beats and lyrical subject matter that rarely deviates from the subjects of shagging and/or drinking, Hatebreed’s [...]
Suffocation nab the top spot while Meshuggah, Puscifer and Devourment also make strong showings and Kvelertak and Intronaut keep on keeping on.
Hatebreed The Divinity of Purpose Nuclear Blast 28 January 2013 by David Keevill It’s a question as old as Gandalf’s liver-spotted inner thigh, but one worth asking again; do Jamie Jasta and co. breed hate or are they themselves bred from the stuff? Either way you look at it, with the arrival of this, their seventh studio [...]
Vince breaks down the past week's winners and losers in the world of metal. Coheed and Cambria, Cult of Luna, Hatebreed, Intronaut, Kvelertak, Suffocation, Rotting Christ and more.
Wow, this is a killer tour. Hatebreed aren't even off the road for the first leg of their Divinity of Purpose tour and they already have second leg booked. The band announced they'll be heading out this spring with Every Time I Die, Terror, Job For A Cowboy and This Is Hell. That is an ... The post HATEBREED Announce New Tour with EVERY TIME I DIE, TERROR, JOB FOR A COWBOY appeared first on Metal Injection .
Every Terror Job is Hell.
Welcome to the new and improved Neilstein Soundscam. As promised at the close of 2012, this year the column will broaden its horizons by including more than just album sales to rank bands. Using album sales figures as the sole metric for ranking bands has become outdated and no longer feels relevant. Although sales [...]
The Metal Injection Livecast returns this Sunday after a two-week hiatus and we have a huge guest lined up, Hatebreed frontman Jamey Jasta. He'll be calling into the show to talk about the band's new album, The Divinity of Purpose, as well as taking questions from you, the fans. Also, maybe possibly, we might be getting a call ... The post HATEBREED's Jamey Jasta To Call Into This Sunday's METAL INJECTION LIVECAST appeared first on Metal Injection .
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