HATEBREED, THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, NAPALM DEATH, EXODUS, FIRST BLOOD and DESPISED ICON will reportedly be teaming up for a North American tour this fall. Exact cities and dates will be announced soon.
HATEBREED's new album, "Supremacy", is scheduled for release on August 29 via Roadrunner Records.
In a recent interview with Decibel magazine, HATEBREED frontman Jamey Jasta had the following to say about the band's new music: "If I don't get a surge of adrenaline or my hair doesn't stand up from a song, we simply won't use it. I listened to 10 new songs on the way here today and I was smashing my steering wheel the whole way. The music has to do that — it has to speak to me like the records I love."
Added guitarist Sean Martin, "I get insulted by artists who say, 'We need to grow up now,' and then change their formula. HATEBREED should be HATEBREED. I don't feel stifled by it. I reach outside of the box with other projects [Martin is actually very interested in electronic-based music] and stay inside with HATEBREED. It's good because it keeps me fresh for these guys."
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