Tag: Hatebreed

Throwback: “To the Threshold” by Hatebreed!

The release of the fourth studio album from Connecticut Hardcore crew Hatebreed on 29th August 2006 via Roadrunner Records is definitely something to be celebrated with the  15th Anniversary of that release being just yesterday. Their first and only drop via that label saw frontman Jamey Jasta running with a main lyrical theme, overcoming “feelings

Bootleg: “Everyone Bleeds Now” from Hatebreed!

Which takes us to Bloodstock Open Air Festival in 2017 and “Everyone Bleeds Now” from Hatebreed, from the Ronnie James Dio stage. The cut originally appears on the bands 2009 self titled album which also features “In Ashes They Shall Reap” and “Merciless Tide” with all three contenders to appear in the set when the

NEWS: Bodysnatcher pay tribute to Hatebreed!

Paying tribute to their Hardcore heroes in Hatebreed, Melbourne, Florida skull crushing Beatdown Deathcore collective Bodysnatcher have unveiled a cover of “Smash Your Enemies” from the album that took the bruisers Worldwide in 2002’s “Perseverance”. Hopefully Jamey Jasta himself will give it the thumbs up in the next episode of his podcast series. It is available

NEWS: Body Count go Sock Puppet for “The Hate Is Real”!

Things just don’t stop in the World of Body Count. Having recently won the “Best Metal Performance” category at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards for their track “Bum-Rush”, they’ve now picked out a video created by 25 year old Brooklyn, NY-based filmmaker, Seby Martinez for “The Hate Is Real” as their next single from their

Bootleg: Hatebreed in New Jersey!

How good is Jamey Jasta’s memory? This set was filmed by Kevin Manion and took place at The Manville Elks Lodge in Manville New Jersey on 4th March 2000 with his band Hatebreed touring their 1997 debut album “Satisfaction Is the Death of Desire”. Who would have put money on the Connecticut Hardcore crew being still

Bootleg: “Destroy Everything” from Hatebreed!

A second of the week cut from the 2017 set that saw Hatebreed on the Ronnie James Dio stage at Bloodstock commanding a circle pit for “Destroy Everything” and should they have their way, the Hardcore crew will be joining Knocked Loose, Fit For A King and Every Time I Die in supporting Parkway Drive

Bootleg: “Looking Down The Barrel of Today” from Hatebreed!

The 20th Anniversary of Bloodstock has been drawn out but it will happen sooner or later. In the meantime the organizers keep reminding us about just how the festival is with cuts from years gone by. The latest is from 2017 as Hatebreed took to the Ronnie James Dio stage for “Looking Down The Barrel

Bootleg: Hatebreed in Syracuse New York!

The side stage audio may not be the best but here’s a very young looking Hatebreed at Hungry Charlie’s in Syracuse New York on 22nd June 1997, when the recording equipment to do this well wasn’t exactly palm of your hand. It has been freshly brought into the digital realm for your viewing pleasure with

Review: “Self Titled” EP by Haze

Whether it’s a fine cloud of cigarette smoke, a mist obscuring your view or a state of mental confusion, possibly created by consumption of drugs or alcohol, we have all experienced what we thought a Haze was. Turns out we were wrong. Forming in December 2019, Magdeburg Germany Hardcore quartet Haze dropped their debut single

NEWS: Matriarchs deliver crushing Hatebreed cover!

Los Angeles California Metalcore act inspired by all forms of rebellious and aggressive music of the past Matriarchs have stepped forth from the shadows of their “Year of the Rat” record with a cover of “Conceived Through An Act Of Violence” by Hatebreed. The track is in the aid of charity with a portion of