HATEBREED To Team Up With SLAYER For JAGERMEISTER Tour

According to www.hatebreedtour.com, HATEBREED have been confirmed for the fall 2003 edition of the Jagermeister tour, featuring SLAYER in the headlining slot. The trek will reportedly kick off on October 9 and will conclude on December 10. Exact dates and venues will be announced soon.

HATEBREED, who are currently mixing their as-yet-untitled third album at Armoury Studios in Vancouver, B.C. with Mike Fraser (METALLICA, AC/DC) and producer Zeuss (SHADOWS FALL, SWORN ENEMY), will be teaming up with MADBALL, HATE ETERNAL, TERROR and CEPHALIC CARNAGE for the Rise Of Brutality 2 tour, beginning on September 12 and running through October 8.

HATEBREED's follow-up to last year's "Perseverance" is due on October 28 through Republic/Universal Records.

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