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Watch an exclusive interview with Hatebreed’s Jamey Jasta
With Hatebreed’s absolutely flawless new album ‘The Concrete Confessional‘ now out, the hardcore titans have once again proved exactly why they continue to dominate festival lineups and welcome critical acclaim. To celebrate the Nuclear Blast Records release, vocalist Jamey shared his thoughts on heavy music and how it
Impericon Festival announces first wave of bands and London date
Hatebreed will head up next year’s Impericon Festival line-up, for the first time taking place in London as well as Manchester. Joined by Northlane, Emmure, Blessthefall, Chelsea Grin and Hundredth (with more to be confirmed), the event will take place at Manchester’s Academy on the 2nd May 2016, and London’s
A couple of weeks ago, Punktastic headed down to Cardiff Solus to watch Hatebreed play an absolutely storming show. Beforehand, we caught up with frontman Jamey Jasta to talk touring, the new record and how they stay stoked after 19 years of the band being together. HOW ARE YOU? Good!
Hatebreed unleash ‘Put It To The Torch’ video
Hatebreed have posted their music video online for ‘Put It To The Torch’. It’s taken from the band’s forthcoming album, ‘The Divinity Of Purpose’, and you can check it out using the player in this article. http://www.facebook.com/hatebreed
Hatebreed detail release of ‘The Divinity Of Purpose’
Hatebreed will release their new studio album, ‘The Divinity Of Purpose’ on January 29th 2013 in the United States/Canada and on January 25th in Europe. This is Hatebreed’s sixth album to date and first for new label partners Razor & Tie in North America and Nuclear Blast in Europe. The band
Hatebreed performing live at the Relentless Garage in Higbury London.
Hatebreed – Highbury Garage, London
The Garage is quite a strange venue. When it’s a club night, it’s one of your standard East London haunts – overpriced for no particular reason and full of some painfully edgy and cool types, but when you get a massive hardcore band and a few hundred grotty rockers