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Formed: 1993
From: New Haven, CT, United States
Last Known Status: Active

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Below is our complete Hatebreed news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.

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Hatebreed Posts Third Trailer For New Album

Connecticut act Hatebreed has released a third trailer for the band's upcoming album, "The Divinity Of Purpose." Check out the video below to findJamey Jasta's thoughts about the production process. The album is set for release on the following dates:

January 25 - Europe/Ireland
January 28 - United Kingdom
January 29 - U.S./Canada

You can also watch the previously posted music video for "Put It To The Torch" at this location. The track listing for the album is as follows:

1. Put It To The Torch
2. Honor Never Dies
3. Own Your World
4. The Language
5. Before The Fight Ends You
6. Indivisible
7. Dead Man Breathing
8. The Divinity Of Purpose
9. Nothing Scares Me
10. Bitter Truth
11. Boundless (Time To Murder It)
12. Idolized and Vilified More...

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NEMHF 2013 Lineup Revealed

Promoter MassConcerts detailed the 2013 edition of the New England Metal & Hardcore Festival's annual event at The Palladium in Worcester, Mass. The three day festival commences on Friday April 19, 2013, with a kick off event on Thursday, April 18th. The press release reads as follows:

"For the 2013 installment, the NEW ENGLAND METAL & HARDCORE FESTIVAL will once again overthrow the historic venue, The Palladium, in Worcester, Massachusetts, this year marking the 15th anniversary of the iconic weekend-long gathering! The festivities will commence with a pre-party on April 18th, 2013 and the three official days of the fest following on the 19th, 20th, and 21st.

"Commented the festival’s founder Scott Lee of MassConcerts: 'I am excited with how far we have come and am ecstatic for this to be on our 15th year! It has been a long, interesting journey. We always try to make it a memorable event and we really hope you all enjoy the festival this year.'

"With more than forty acts from all realms of the extreme music world already set to storm the two stages of NEW ENGLAND METAL & HARDCORE FESTIVAL XV -- and with many more to be announced in the coming weeks -- the confirmed headliners for the event will include Hatebreed, Opeth and Suicidal Tendencies, as well as legendary thrash titans Anthrax performing their Among The Living album in its entirety, as part of their headlining spot on the Metal Alliance Tour.

"View the full list of bands set to confirm this year below. Tickets for the event will go on sale next Wednesday, January 16th."

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Hatebreed Releases New Music Video

Hatebreed's new music video for "Put It To The Torch" is making its world premiere today on VEVO.com. The song comes from the band's forthcoming new studio album "The Divinity Of Purpose," and the video was directed by Justin Reich (Between the Buried And Me, Black Label Society).

Watch the band's new music video below. "The Divinity Of Purpose" is due out on the following dates:

January 25 - Europe/Ireland
January 28 - United Kingdom
January 29 - U.S./Canada More...

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Hatebreed Posts "The Divinity Of Purpose" Trailer

Connecticut act Hatebreed posted a trailer for the upcoming release "The Divinity of Purpose." The album is set to drop via Nuclear Blast Records on January 25, 2013.

The track listing for the album is as follows:

1. Put It To The Torch
2. Honor Never Dies
3. Own Your World
4. The Language
5. Before The Fight Ends You
6. Indivisible
7. Dead Man Breathing
8. The Divinity Of Purpose
9. Nothing Scares Me
10. Bitter Truth
11. Boundless (Time To Murder It)
12. Idolized and Vilified

Check out the trailer here: More...

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Hatebreed Fan Chat Video Posted Online

Hatebreed's Jamey Jasta hosted an hour long fan chat on December 19th, and now a video of the full chat is available online and can be viewed below.

The band's new album "The Divinity of Purpose" is due for release on January 25th in the UK/Europe and January 29th in the US/Canada. The full track listing can be found after the jump.

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Hatebreed To Host Chat With Fans

Jamey Jasta, frontman of New Haven, Connecticut-based act Hatebreed, will answer fan questions in an exclusive online video chat this coming Wednesday, December 19th. Everyone using Facebook or Twitter can log in via their accounts and participate.

The fan chat will start at 16.00 CET (10am EST / 3pm UK time) over at this location.

Hatebreed's new album "The Divinity Of Purpose" will be released on January 25th, 2013 via Nuclear Blast. Pre-orders for both CD and vinyl editions are available over here. More...

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Hatebreed Discusses New Album Artwork

A new video clip has been posted online featuring ?Hatebreed's Jamey Jasta talking about working with Eliran Kantor and the concept behind the artwork for upcoming album "The Divinity of Purpose." Watch the clip below.

The album is due for release on January 25th in the UK/Europe and January 29th in the US/Canada. The track listing is as follows:

1. Put It To The Torch
2. Honor Never Dies
3. Own Your World
4. The Language
5. Before The Fight Ends You
6. Indivisible
7. Dead Man Breathing
8. The Divinity Of Purpose
9. Nothing Scares Me
10. Bitter Truth
11. Boundless (Time To Murder It)
12. Idolized and Vilified More...

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Dying Fetus Updates Tour Schedule

Death Metal powerhouse Dying Fetus will be hitting the road in in January of 2013 alongside Hatebreed, Shadows Fall, and The Contortionist as part of "The Divinity of Purpose Tour." The tour will kick off January 26th in Flint, MI and will wrap up February 17th in Amityville, NY.

The band is currently out on "The Blood of Power Tour" which is the band's first headlining trek on the "Reign Supreme" album cycle. The first leg of the tour is underway now with support coming from Cattle Decapitation and Cerebral Bore. The second leg begins December 15th in Denver, CO, wrapping up December 23rd in Trenton, NJ. Support on this leg will come from Malignancy and Cerebral Bore. A complete list of dates is available below.

Dying Fetus recently completed shooting a video for the song "Second Skin." Look for the video to debut in the coming weeks. More...

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Hatebreed Announces New U.S. Tour Dates

Hatebreed has issued the following announcement about upcoming U.S. tour dates starting in January, 2013:

"We are pleased to announce that we'll be hitting the road again in the United States next year on The Divinity Of Purpose Tour! Joining us on tour are Shadows Fall, Dying Fetus, and The Contortionist. VIP meet n’ greet packages and pre-sale tickets will be available Thursday, November 29th (tomorrow) at 10 AM PST at this location."

The band's new album "The Divinity of Purpose" is due for release on January 25th in the UK/Europe and January 29th in the US/Canada. Upcoming tour dates are as follows:

Jan 26 - Flint, MI - Machine Shop
Jan 27 - Joilet, IL - Mojoes
Jan 28 - Omaha, NE - Sokol Auditorium
Jan 30 - Grand Junction, CO - Mesa Theater
Jan 31 - Flagstaff, AZ - Orpheum Theater
Feb 1 - Los Angeles, CA - Roxy
Feb 2 –Chico, CA–Senator Theater
Feb 3 - Reno, NV - Knitting Factory
Feb 5 - Colorado Springs, CO - Black Sheep
Feb 6 - Wichita, KS - Cotillion
Feb 7 - Sauget, IL - Pop's
Feb 8 - Lexington, KY - Busters
Feb 9 - Nashville, TN - Marathon Music Works
Feb 11 - Ft. Lauderdale, FL - Revolution
Feb 12 - Jacksonville, FL - Freebird Live
Feb 13 - Jacksonville, NC - Hooligans
Feb 14 - West Springfield, VA - Empire
Feb 15 - Allentown, PA - Crocodile Rock
Feb 16 - Syracuse, NY - Westcott Theater
Feb 17 - Amityville, NY - Revolution

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Hatebreed Announces Album's Release Date

Hatebreed's forthcoming new studio album "The Divinity of Purpose" is now available for pre-order at iTunes here. All iTunes pre-orders include an instant download of the opening track "Put It To The Torch."

The album is due for release on January 25th in the UK/Europe and January 29th in the US/Canada. The track listing is as follows:

1. Put It To The Torch
2. Honor Never Dies
3. Own Your World
4. The Language
5. Before The Fight Ends You
6. Indivisible
7. Dead Man Breathing
8. The Divinity Of Purpose
9. Nothing Scares Me
10. Bitter Truth
11. Boundless (Time To Murder It)
12. Idolized and Vilified More...

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Killing Joke Added To Hammerfest 4

Hammerfest 2013 has just announced that along with St. Vitus, the festival line-up has just added legendary band Killing Joke. Angel Witch and a veritable who's who of metal will also be appearing at the Hammerfest 4 festival, which will take place on March 14th-16th at Haven Hafan y Môr Holiday Park, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, North Wales. Below is the current full line-up of bands appearing, with more information available over at the Hammerfest 4 website.

Killing Joke
Hatebreed
Saint Vitus
Candlemass
Sodom
Destruction
Enslaved
Napalm Death
Angel Witch
Senser
Iron Saviour
Huntress
Sister Sin
Evil Scarecrow
M-Pire of Evil
Heidevolk
Hark
Viza
Arthemis
Attica Rage
Texas Hippie Coalition
Def Con One
Chimp Spanner
Abadden
4Arm
Winterfylleth
RSJ
Commander In Chief
Empress
Sacred Mother Tongue
Triaxis
Shear
Undersmile
Serpent Venom
Oaf
Jaguar
Vicsous Nature
Last Witness
Iron Knights
Line of Fire
Flayed Disciple
Bloodshot Dawn
Dyscarnate
Monument
Bull Riff Stampede
Making Monsters
Driven
Black Acid Souls
Sansara
Deadman Sugar
Fire in the Empire
Goddamn Electric


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Hatebreed Posts "Put It To The Torch" Lyric Clip

Hatebreed has premiered a new song online titled "Put It To The Torch," taken from the forthcoming new studio album "The Divinity Of Purpose." Check out the lyric video below.

The new album from Hatebreed is slated for release on January 29th, 2013 in the United States & Canada and January 25th in the U.K. and Europe (on Nuclear Blast).

Hatebreed front man Jamey Jasta comments, "I'm pumped for everyone to check out our new song. Thanks to all of our fans for the continuous support! We're super excited to release new music and hit the road hard in 2013!" More...

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Hatebreed Reveals New Album's Artwork

Connecticut hardcore icons Hatebreed will release their new studio album "The Divinity Of Purpose" in Europe on January 25th, 2013. This is Hatebreed's sixth album to date and first for new label partners Nuclear Blast in Europe and various additional international territories and Razor & Tie in North America (January 29th, 2013).

The band is also pleased to reveal the new album cover artwork for "The Divinity Of Purpose“ which was created by Eliran Kantor (Testament, Sodom, Atheist). "The Divinity Of Purpose" was co-produced by Hatebreed, Zeuss (Suicide Silence, All That Remains), and Josh Wilbur (Lamb of God, Avenged Sevenfold). Wilbur also handled mixing duties on the new record.

The forthcoming new album will be supported by extensive global touring that will stretch well into 2014. Hatebreed is currently touring the U.S. with Lamb of God, In Flames, and label mates Sylosis. In January 2013, the band will headline the EMP Persistence Tour in Europe (tour dates below). More...

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Metal Daze: The Metalcamp Diaries, Part IV

Continued from Part III...

THURSDAY 8/9

10:00am. “Waking up” is one thing. “Getting up” is something else. These festivals involve a continuous stream of physical self-abuse of one kind or another – usually both, and more.

I drag myself like a cranky newborn from my tent and stretch, feeling drawn and quartered. By now, I have no problem pulling out my unit and pissing in the open air, on the slight hill next to our Embassy. Bashfulness went right out the window a while ago. More...

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Hatebreed Finishes Work On New Album

Razor & Tie announces the addition of Hatebreed to its North American label roster. The band has completed work on its forthcoming new studio album which will be released in January, 2013 on Razor & Tie in United States/Canada and on Nuclear Blast in Europe and various additional international territories.

The new album will be the band's 6th official album to date, and the follow up to Hatebreed's self-titled album and also the covers album, "For The Lions" (both released in 2009). Hatebreed lead vocalist Jamey Jasta comments, "We're really excited to be working with such great people at both Razor & Tie and Nuclear Blast. We've made an awesome album and we're chomping at the bit to get it out and hit the road. Global domination begins now."

In a joint statement, Pete Giberga VP of A&R and John Franck SVP of Marketing for Razor & Tie comment, "Hatebreed's anthems coupled with their do-or-die work ethic continues to make them a dominant force in hardcore and metal today. Their inclusionary message and deep relationship with their fan-base also makes them a band that is built for these times. With the group playing some of the best shows of its career, their renewed sense of purpose has never sounded more steadfast and resolute than it does on this forthcoming new record."

The forthcoming new album was co-produced by Hatebreed, Zeuss (Suicide Silence, All That Remains, Shadows Fall), and Josh Wilbur (Lamb of God, Avenged Sevenfold). Wilbur also handled mixing duties on the new record. The new studio album will be supported by extensive global touring that will stretch well into 2014. More...

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OpEd

Five-Minute History of Hardcore and Metal Fusion

Beefy funny man, Billy Milano once said “Skinheads and bangers and punks stand as one Crossover to a final scene.” This insight he offered on S.O.D.’s 1985 release “Speak English or Die” would serve as a rallying cry for hardcore punks and metal heads to come together. Not only did this song help create a mindset for bringing together two scenes; it also constructed a formula for the two styles to merge. Known simply as metalcore or crossover, the term came to describe how hardcore bands added metal’s solos and heft to their arrangements, while thrash absorbed the speed, attitude and brevity of hardcore to their compositions.

Milano also claimed “It’s not the way you wear your hair, it’s what’s inside of you.” Even though these words ring true twenty-seven years after publication, and so often we see the two lines blurring together, hair styles have pretty much remained the same (minus poodle hair and mullets). Short hair, often bald or spiky, is still relegated to punks, while long hair is a feature of head bangers. Regardless of attitude and opposition to the mainstream, many punks and metal heads prefer to segregate.

After hearing an inspiring hardcore/crossover album from "The Casualties" and attending festivals such as Fun Fun Fun Fest and Chaos in Tejas that mesh metal and hardcore in the last year, I felt the need to research and write an article on the history of this topic. Through the usual resource of the Internet, Ian Christe’s book “Sound of the Beast: The Complete Headbanging History of Heavy Metal” and a first person source, I hope to shed light on this phenomenon. In the following article, we will look at the interchangeable qualities of punk and metal, as well as delving into each style’s social constraints. We will look at the bands that started this movement and analyze how the art form has evolved. Ready yourself for a crash course on punk-thrash crossover movement. More...

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Lamb Of God Updates Tour Schedule

This weekend (September 21st and 22nd) tickets for 36 of the 38 shows on the fall Lamb of God tour will go on sale. The Atlanta show and the Kansas City show will go on sale the following weekend (September 28th and 29th). This is Lamb of God's first tour since front man Randy Blythe was released from the Czech Republic after being accused of manslaughter stemming from the death of a fan in 2010.

As previously announced, the tour starts October 30th in Phoenix, Arizona and runs to December 16th in Seattle, Washington. In Flames and Sylosis are on all of the dates with Hatebreed and Hellyeah splitting the tour.

In conjunction with ESP guitars, Lamb of God will be giving away a signed guitar in every market. The giveaway will be in conjunction with local media partners. For the Columbus show on December 2nd, Cannibal Corpse will replace Hellyeah. A new show has been added November 15th in Glens Falls, New York at the Civic Center. Also, the Los Angeles show on October 31st will be at the Palladium. Details are as follows: More...

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Lamb Of God Announces New U.S. Tour

After a successful reunion with singer Randy Blythe at the two Knotfest shows in mid-August, Lamb of God is pleased to announce a 38-date fall U.S tour starting October 30th in Phoenix, Arizona.

Joining Lamb of God as direct support for the entire tour is In Flames. Hatebreed will be joining the package from October 30th until November 19th at which point Hellyeah will replace Hatebreed for the remainder of the shows. British band Sylosis will open all dates.

Due to Randy Blythe’s continuing legal situation, the band will not be able to perform in Canada on this tour but look forward to doing an entire Canadian run in the near future.

The tour will be the first U.S tour in support of the band’s CD, "Resolution," which debuted at #3 upon its release in January, and will be the last tour dates of 2012. Tickets for the tour will begin to go on sale the weekend of September 21st. Dates are as follows: More...

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ADL Apologizes To Hatebreed For Racism Claims

Last week Anti-Defamation League (ADL) director Lonnie Nasatir posted an opinion article on CNN about white power bands, which mistakenly included the metal act Hatebreed in a list of racism promoting groups. CNN removed the reference to Hatebreed in the article later that day and issued a retraction stating the band's inclusion was an error.

The ADL has now sent a letter of apology to Hatebreed, which can be viewed below. The band commented on twitter:

"Thank you Lonnie & @ADL_National for the letter of apology to us & our fans. Here's a screen shot of the letter." More...

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CNN Refers To Hatebreed As "White Power" Band

It was recently revealed that the alleged Wisconsin shooter, who reportedly wounded and killed several people at a Sikh temple, was a member of white supremacist band End Apathy. Since then CNN has posted an opinion piece about white power bands written by Lonnie Nasatir, who is the director of the Anti-Defamation League's Upper Midwest Region.

In the article Hatebreed was included in a list of white power bands, which is a charge the group denies. CNN apparently realized the error or was contacted by people upset about the claim, as Hatebreed's name has now been removed from the list and the bottom of the article includes the following update:

A previous version of this commentary incorrectly included the band Hatebreed in a list of white power bands. Hatebreed is a self-described "hardcore metal" band. CNN regrets the error.

The retraction came after Hatebreed posted the following message on Twitter:

"Again @CNN loses all respect. First they ignore the #FREERANDYBLYTHE story now they slander us. We demand a retraction & an apology. #hacks"

Read the full article at CNN.

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