HATEBREED: New Song Posted Online

A brand new HATEBREED track, titled "This Is Now", has been posted online in streaming audio. Check it out: Windows Media, Real Audio. "This Is Now" comes off the group's third album, "The Rise Of Brutality", due on October 28 through Republic/Universal Records. "The Rise Of Brutality" was recorded at Planet Z studios in Massachusetts with producer Zeuss (SHADOWS FALL, SWORN ENEMY) and was mixed at Armoury Studios in Vancouver, B.C. with Mike Fraser (METALLICA, AC/DC).

HATEBREED are currently touring the U.S. with MADBALL, HATE ETERNAL, TERROR and CEPHALIC CARNAGE as part of The Rise Of Brutality 2 tour, which ends on October 6 in Springfield, Missouri. The band have also been confirmed for the fall 2003 edition of the Jagermeister tour, featuring SLAYER in the headlining slot. Also appearing on the bill will be ARCH ENEMY.


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