The summer is bound to get hotter in some parts of these United States with the news that Hatebreed will be hitting the headlining stage with support from Devildriver and The Devil You Know. Check out the press release along with the poster and dates below and I’ll come back with a brief closer.
The Press Release:
HATEBREED will embark on their second assault on North America this fall, this time with their friends in DEVILDRIVER and DEVIL YOU KNOW. The band also released a music video for the song “Something’s Off,” which comes from their recent Billboard-charting release The Concrete Confessional.
Check out the clip, directed by David Broadsky, here.
“Here we go again,” comments vocalist Jamey Jasta. “If we’re bringing the mosh to your city, we wanna see you in the pit! Thank you to everyone who made the first leg of the tour a massive success. We’re grateful to be headed back out to play a bunch of great places we haven’t been to in awhile! See you this fall.”
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So it seems as though Hatebreed is going to be bringing their level of break neck live intensity to a venue near you and doing this with Devildriver and more. I’ve cribbed the press release and dates for you all to enjoy which you can see after the poster but don’t worry, I will return with some closing thoughts after that.
The Press Release:
The Grammy nominated Connecticut based juggernaut, HATEBREED, will embark on a North American headlining tour in support of their new album, The Concrete Confessional, starting on May 13. Joining them on the trek are modern metal stalwarts DEVILDRIVER, label mates DEVIL YOU KNOW and Metal Blade recording artists Act Of Defiance. Comments vocalist Jamey Jasta:
“New album and tour in 2016?! Lets do this! Our return to the states has been a long time coming and we could not be more excited! Fans have been asking for us to tour with DEVILDRIVER and DEVIL YOU KNOW for a long time and we’re pumped to have ACT OF DEFIANCE on some shows as well. Get your tickets and we’ll see you in the pit!”
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Coal Chamber headlines a night of Metal that also features Fear Factory, Jasta and Saint Ridley.
Since I started doing these little tour broadcasts whenever time finds itself being available, let me continue the process and inform all of our readers in the PiercingMetal realm about Hatebreed’s announcement of “The Stillborn Fest” for 2012. The shows posted so far will take place in December and I’ve listed them below the promotional poster for your reference.
12/26 New Haven, CT @ Toad’s Place
12/27 Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance
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Title: “For The Lions”
Label: E1 Entertainment
Release Date: 5/5/2009
If you are like many Metal fans who are anxiously awaiting new music from their favorite bands then it might not surprise you to realize that Hatebreed has also decided to jump in on the current trend of offering up their own take on songs that they liked and found influence in. Ladies and Gentlemen may I present the Hatebreed covers album “For The Lions” and before you go running to the hills based on this being a continuing thing that many had thought had finally run its course I have to say that from beginning to end their release is one of the most relevant out of the whole bunch of them that we saw. The premise might seem odd to the fans of the band based on their heaviness as an outfit but singer Jamey Jasta has always been someone who speaks of his influences and what groups helped his own formulate their own path of musical destruction. Based on that we find bands like Metal juggernauts Slayer and Sepultura being offered up alongside the odd choice from Metallica where the band presents us with “Escape”. Back in the day there were few Metal bands who didn’t find influence in these three powerhouse units. Where Hatebreed impressed me most was in their inclusion of legacy Punk luminaries such as D.R.I, Black Flag, and The Misfits while also paying homage to the Hardcore movement with bands like Agnostic Front, Cro-Mags and perhaps two of the most influential on the scene ever in its history with Bad Brains and Sick Of It All. The relevance of these bands combined offer the listener a great view inside the band Hatebreed themselves who by delivering these bands classics offer you the long time fan the means to find out what exactly made them work as hard as they did.
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