Hatebreed

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Hatebreed, formed in Bridgeport and New Haven in 1994, is a metalcore band that was part of the early metallic hardcore scene with contemporaries Integrity, Earth Crisis, and Converge. The band has performed and toured with the likes of Slayer, Deftones... ... read more

Hatebreed Videos

Hatebreed - "Destroy Everything" - official music video
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Hatebreed - "Destroy Everything" - official music video 2,118,119 views
Hatebreed - I Will Be Heard 1,030,124 views
Hatebreed "In Ashes They Shall Reap" 1,013,985 views
HATEBREED Defeatist 976,778 views
Hatebreed "Everyone Bleeds Now" 875,097 views
HATEBREED GHOSTS OF WAR VIDEO 787,005 views
Hatebreed "Never Let It Die" 741,669 views
Hatebreed "In Ashes They Shall Reap" 709,235 views
Hatebreed "Destroy Everything" Live 603,097 views
Hatebreed - Perseverance 334,134 views
Hatebreed "Thirsty and Miserable" 329,163 views

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Hatebreed

Hatebreed, formed in Bridgeport and New Haven in 1994, is a metalcore band that was part of the early metallic hardcore scene with contemporaries Integrity, Earth Crisis, and Converge. The band has performed and toured with the likes of Slayer, Deftones, Slipknot, Mastodon, and System of a Down.

The band has released seven full-length studio albums and gained acclaim and attention for 2003’s The Rise of Brutality. Hatebreed was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance for the album’s popular track, “Live for This.” 

Hatebreed has a variety of influences, including Black Flag, Celtic Frost, Megadeth, Nile, Slayer, and heavy metal legend Metallica. Hatebreed performances are different from many of its contemporaries because the band blends crossover thrash with hardcore punk.

In 2013, Hatebreed released its album The Divinity of Purpose, which highlights yet another side of the eclectic band, while still refusing to sacrifice its ultra-aggressive, in-your-face style of music. “Put It to the Torch,” the album’s first single, debuted on YouTube and quickly surpassed 200,000 views.

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