HATEBREED Schedule European Dates

HATEBREED will play four exclusive European dates at the end of June. The details are as follows:

Jun. 23 - Berlin, GER @ SO36 (w/ MERAUDER)
Jun. 24 – Herne, GER @ Pressure Festival
Jun. 25 – Dessel, BEL @ Grasspop Metal Meeting
Jun. 26 - Stuttgart, GER @ Röhre

In other HATEBREED-related news, vocalist Jamey Jasta's side-project ICEPICK will make their Connecticut debut on July 2 at the legendary Toad's Place in New Haven. This show is free for anyone over 21 with passes. For free and reduced admissions passes e-mail [email protected] with your street address before June 28. Sean Martin of HATEBREED will be DJing the big after-party at the Lily Pad. Also scheduled to perform are THE RISK TAKEN, THE DISTANCE, PALE HORSE, BROTHERS IN ARMS and THE HARDCORE ALL STARS (featuring guest appearances from Sean Martin of HATEBREED, John Joseph from CRO-MAGS, Danny Schuler of BIOHAZARD and many others performing all their classics!).


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