KINGDOM OF SORROW / HATEBREED Frontman Interviewed; Video Available

The German edition of Metal Hammer recently conducted an interview with KINGDOM OF SORROW / HATEBREED vocalist Jamey Jasta. Watch the five-minute clip below.

Jamey Jasta is currently working on material for his forthcoming solo project.

"I am in such a great space creatively these days," he said in an online posting. "I have been writing profusely on my solo material. I don't have a release date in mind for this project, but my studio work is certainly sharpening my vocal and writing skills for the next HATEBREED studio album which is going to be completely next level!"

Jamey previously stated that HATEBREED's next studio release will be a "covers" albums, which will include the band's versions of songs from such varied acts as CRO-MAGS, CROWBAR, D.R.I. and METALLICA.


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