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Hatebreed To Headline Annual Stillborn Fest
October 18, 2010
Hatebreed have announced a fist full of east coast headlining shows this winter as Stillborn Fest. "We're excited to continue with our Holiday tradition of doing Stillborn Fest. It's going to be great to play for all of our diehards in the North East."

The band will celebrate the 15 year anniversary of the release of 'Under The Knife' which came out on cassette & 7" in 1995. Jasta adds, "We'll definitely be adding some old jams back into the set. See you there!"

Supporting on this short run are Four Year Strong (Allentown & Poughkeepsie), H20 (Allentown only), A Life Once Lost, This Is Hell, Trapped Under Ice & Stillborn Recording Artists Thy Will Be Done, The World We Knew & Strength For A Reason (where noted).

12/27 - Syracuse, NY @ Lost Horizon
w/ A Life Once Lost, Thy Will Be Done, The World We Knew & Hate Your Guts

12/28 - Allentown, PA @ Crocodile Rock
w/ Four Year Strong, H2O, Trapped Under Ice, This Is Hell, Thy Will Be Done, The World We Knew & Strength For A Reason

12/29 - Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance
w/ Four Year Strong, A Life Once Lost, Trapped Under Ice, Fireworks, This Is Hell, Thy Will Be Done, The World We Knew & Strength For A Reason

12/30 - Hartford, CT @ Webster Theater
w/ A Life Once Lost, This Is Hell, Thy Will Be Done, Hate Your Guts, The World We Knew & Strength For A Reason

They band will be hitting various parts of the globe before hand with shows in the UK, Japan and a first ever visit to South East Asia, dates can be found below. Visit http://mysp.ac/6knSEv for more info.

Hatebreed Southeast Asia Tour Dates:
10/27 - Tennis Indoor Senayan - Jakarta, Indonesia
10/30 - V Hall Seoul - Republic Of Korea
10/31 - KHS Auditorium Taipei - Taiwan
11/02 - The Butter Butter Bangkok - Thailand
11/04 - Scape - Singapore
11/06 - World Trade Center Hall D Manila - Philippines

Hatebreed Japan Tour Dates:
11/08 - Club Quattro Tokyo - Japan
11/10 - Bottom Line Nagoya - Japan
11/11 - Club Quattro Osaka - Japan

Hatebreed UK Tour Dates:
12/06 - Bristol @ The Fleece
12/07 - Nottingham @ Rescue Rooms
12/08 - Glasgow @ Garage
12/09 - Sheffield @ Corporation
12/10 - Birmingham @ Academy 2
12/11 - Stoke @ Sugarmill
12/13 - Leeds @ Cockpit
12/14 - Manchester @ Club Academy
12/15 - Portsmouth @ Wedgewood Rooms
12/16 - London @ Garage

Hatebreed will also be participating in this year's 98KUPD's "Big Red Night of the Dead" on 10/23/10 along side Deftones.

For more information about Hatebreed, please visit:
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Hatebreed Announce UK Tour
September 25, 2010
Connecticut hardcore metal legends Hatebreed are pleased to announce a brand new slew of UK Tour dates that will send the band overseas this December. The ten day run kicks off on December 6th in Bristol, and comes to a halt on December 16th in London. Tickets for this tour will go on sale this coming Monday, September 27th, 2010.

"We're beyond excited to return to the UK for a tour in December," states vocalist Jamey Jasta. "We hinted to the fans that we'd be back to do a full headline set when we were playing with Machine Head earlier this year. Then we had a great shows in Reading, Colchester & Leeds, so we wanted to make sure we closed out 2010 with a proper headline set for all of our UK Diehards! Thanks to everyone who made their voices heard on our various websites. We'll see you in December."

Hatebreed UK Tour Dates:
12/6 - Bristol @ The Fleece
12/7 - Nottingham @ Rescue Rooms
12/8 - Glasgow @ Garage
12/9 - Sheffield @ Corporation
12/10 - Birmingham @ Academy 2
12/11 - Stoke @ Sugarmill
12/13 - Leeds @ Cockpit
12/14 - Manchester @ Club Academy
12/15 - Portsmouth @ Wedgewood Rooms
12/16 - London @ Garage

For more information on Hatebreed, please visit these sites:
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Winds Of Plague Track Vocals With Jamey Jasta
July 21, 2010
Blackmetalcore titans, Winds Of Plague, are busy decimating the weak across North America as part of the Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival all summer long while continuing to write material for their much anticipated new album. Jamey Jasta (Hatebreed, Kingdom of Sorrow) recently sat down with Johnny Plague to discuss his guest spot on the upcoming Winds Of Plague record and the current happenings on the Rockstar Mayhem Festival. Check out the exclusive interview below.

Also be sure to head over to the group's revamped Myspace page at www.myspace.com/windsofplague to access a slew of new photos and view their complete summer touring itinerary.
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Jamey Jasta To Guest On LoveLine July 5th
July 2, 2010
Hatebreed's very own Jamey Jasta will be appearing on KROQ's nationally syndicated radio "Loveline" on Monday, July 5th hosted by Psycho Mike and Dr. Drew. You can listen to the show live beginning at 9:50pm PST at http://bit.ly/lovelinestream. For more info, head to http://lovelineshow.com or http://facebook.com/loveline.

Hatebreed just finished up a fistful of summer festival shows in Europe where they are sharing stages with Alice In Chains, KISS, Rammstein, Slayer, Deftones, Megadeth and many more. They will return to headline the Jagermeister stage at this year's Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival next month. Tickets are on sale now at www.LiveNation.com. Check www.mayhemfest.com for more information.
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Hatebreed Announce Canadian Headline Dates
June 29, 2010
With a rejuvenated energy, metalheads everywhere anticipate the hardcore tour-de-force set to hit their city this summer - metalcore-moguls Hatebreed embark on a string of Canadian dates in September, treating fans to a block of eight shows in nine days.

Among the support acts on this run will be Emmure, Dead And Devine and Baptized In Blood, and E1 Music label mates Straight Line Stitch, who will appear on each of the Canadian tour dates. SLS recently spent time in the studio working on their next album and are looking forward to the challenge of playing in front of Hatebreed's die hard Canadian fans after more recent runs with DevilDriver, 36 Crazyfists, hedP.E. and many more.

Canadian tour dates:
9/06 - The Blind Dog - Windsor, Ont.
9/07 - The Music Hall - London, Ont.
9/08 - Phoenix Concert Theatre - Toronto, Ont.
9/09 - Club Soda - Montreal, Que.
9/10 - The New Capital Music Hall - Ottawa, Ont.
9/11 - Illot Fleurie Park - Quebec City, Que.
9/13 - Oxygen Nightclub - Moncton, N.B.
9/14 - The Cunard Centre - Halifax, N.S.

For more information visit www.hatebreed.com and www.myspace.com/hatebreed.
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HOME TOWN: Connecticut
Jamey Jasta - Vocals
Chris Beattie - Bass
Frank "3 Gun" Novinec - Guitar
Wayne Lozinak - Guitar
Matt Byrne - Drums

They've written some of the most punishing riffs in history, shared stages with everyone from Ozzy to Murphy�s Law and sold over 200,000 records, with virtually no promotion, prior to landing a major label deal. They've demolished recording studios, laid waste to hotel rooms and laid down the details of some truly hard times. But make no mistake about it. Hatebreed isn't a band. It's a movement. When they hit the road with iconic bands like Slayer or Murphy�s Law, when they're featured in the pages of a slick magazine, or when a kid sees frontman Jamey Jasta hosting MTV2's newly resurrected "Headbanger's Ball," it's an epic moment for an entire community. And that's because Hatebreed isn't just representing themselves - they're championing an international family of friends, bands, promoters, fanzines and kids. Hatebreed are the standard-bearer for a burgeoning underground hardcore scene: war-painted heroes charging forward into the mainstream with a pack of screaming soldiers behind them. Hatebreed is the collective voice of �the others� � the downtrodden, the dispossessed� holding the torch aloft for everyone who has ever been cast aside. "Kids come up to me at every show, all over the world - even in places where English isn't the first language," Jamey says. "I had kids in Greece crying, holding my hand, saying, 'I feel like you're my brother.' Kids have our lyrics tattooed on their bodies all over the world." The same kind of solidarity teenage headbangers experienced in early thrash, the sweaty catharsis punks embraced in Black Flag, today it lives and breathes in this band."When I was a kid listening to records, that really was an escape for me," Jamey explains. "I don't really like to get too deep into personal stuff lyrically, but I get into it enough where it feels like anyone can interpret it the way they want to, and also feel what I'm going through. They feel the rage and the aggression that I want to get out during that particular song. The music allows me to talk about it as much as I want to, publicly, and get that closure. And reach other kids who rely on the music to get them through, just like I have � basically to try to give back what I have been given. And being able to do all that is the most rewarding thing."Hatebreed wrote 'The Rise Of Brutality,' their much-anticipated follow-up to last year's acclaimed 'Perseverance,� the same way they crafted their first demo in Connecticut nearly ten years ago - gathering in a basement and jamming, narrowing it down to just over thirty minutes of passionate, sing-along ready musical exorcism. "The first time we jammed out 'Live for This' and I sang it, I got chills," Jasta reports. "I could just picture 4000 kids at Hellfest or Ozzfest just singing every word." The band was determined to turn a corner with �The Rise Of Brutality' and yet equally intent on doing so without compromising or letting anyone down. The end result is an album that is filled with as many meditations on betrayal, bitterness and anger as calls for unity, solidarity and struggle. "I'm never gonna be without something to sing about," promises Jasta. "People say to me all the time, 'What do you have to be so angry about?' It's never gonna be totally good. That's life. There's always going to be negative and positive. That's what our records represent. For every 'Live for This,' there's a 'Doomsayer' or a 'Call for Blood.'"On this album, Sean's guitars are more punishing than ever, Matt pummels his drums with heretofore un-charted abandon and Beattie's bass lines rhythmically snake a path across any moshpit's floor. Jasta's throaty Molotov cocktails are barked more clearly than ever,"The vocals are a little bit lower and the approach a little bit more in your face and maniacal," he says �I also tried to enunciate more.� He adds, "We wanted to make this one a little more brutal than 'Perseverance' but at the same time catchier. It's a good balance." The band streamlined every song into a savagely potent, surgically precise and ferociously driving anthem without losing one drop of the band�s trademark bile. Conjuring walls of devastatingly crunching guitars and savage steamroller rhythms, the band mastered a formula that includes the best parts of death metal, thrash-punk and New York City style hardcore � something akin to Sick of It All in a backyard brawl with Slayer. Hatebreed�s particular brand of �balance� means Jamey having to juggle leading a band, managing several up-and-coming acts, hosting a show for MTV, raising a family, running a label imprint and booking shows. It�s baffling how they can still find time to provide that much needed voice to their constituency, but they do. As "You're Never Alone" proudly declared, "this is for the kids who heave nowhere to turn." "I had people within my closest circle of friends, when I played them that song, say to me, 'don't you think that's a little cheesy dude?'" Jamey says. "But that's how I feel. I don't care who thinks it's cheesy." "I was one of those kids, when my father was locked away in the hospital and my mother was working at night, that's what I did. I listened to hardcore." �I know there are a lot of kids that don't have problems and they like Hatebreed, too," he concludes. "I'm just trying to make music that's fulfilling to me, but I definitely consider the people that rely on this stuff to maybe just get them through a traffic jam, or get them through a hard time, or maybe just give 'em a half-hour of enjoyment.� �The Rise Of Brutality� clocks in at 32 solid minutes of enjoyment, to be exact � as brief as many of the band�s favorite records from iconic bands in the heavy music lexicon � Slayer�s �Reign in Blood� chief among them. And like the road dogs they�ve proven to be, Hatebreed plans to take their latest musical sermon to the masses. �Now is the time� for their style of music, and as more and more bands from their �scene� continue to bubble up from the underground, they look to Hatebreed. They are the band whose leadership, passion and indestructible credibility sets the right example for fans and friends alike.