HATEBREED Explain Canadian Tour Cancellation

HATEBREED have posted the following message on their official web site:

"We are super-bummed to announce that [the] Core Across Canada [tour] has been postponed until August. To all of our Canadian people, please forgive us, we promise to get up there as soon as we can, which now looks like August. We still have to shoot our new video and get a bunch of personal shit handled at home before we go to Europe in June. So these two weeks of shows in Canada just had to be postponed."

HATEBREED's new album, "Supremacy", is scheduled for release this summer via the band's new label, Roadrunner Records. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "To the Threshold" (video), "Never Let It Die" (second single, which the band is shooting a video for in May), "Defeatist", "Spitting Venom", "As Diehard as They Come", "Mind Over All" and "The Most Truth".

"This album's just more charged, more focused," frontman Jamey Jasta told MTV.com in a recent interview. "There are classic HATEBREED songs on here — ones I can see being in our set for years to come. I really set out when writing these songs with these guys [that] if it didn't make my hair stand up or give me chills down my spine, I didn't use it. I wanted to tap into pure adrenaline — the speed, the brutality, the breakdowns. I wanted to make a crushing record that was going to have a memorable impact on people."

HATEBREED have secured a main-stage slot on this summer's Ozzfest, which is scheduled to kick off June 29 in Auburn, Washington.

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