Hatebreed, with their extensive discography spanning eight albums, have become an influential force in the music scene for over two decades. Their aggressive anthems have stirred mosh pits and garnered a dedicated fan base worldwide, leading to consistently sold-out shows. The band’s journey has taken them from humble beginnings in basements and backyards to becoming a sought-after attraction at renowned festivals such as; OzzFest, Warped Tour, and Download. Hatebreed has made a name headlining major high-profile tours of their own.
Forbes recently recognized Hatebreed as “more relevant than ever in the metal and hardcore community.” This Grammy-nominated band continues to deliver powerful performances, solidifying their status as one of the most iconic live acts in contemporary music. They recently achieved a significant milestone with their track “Looking Down The Barrel Of Today,” surpassing 75 million streams on Spotify alone. Across all digital service providers, the song generated over 600,000 global equivalents. Making it their most successful streaming track of the modern era.
Don’t miss out on Hatebreed’s highly anticipated return to the stage this September!
Mark your calendars for the “20 Years of Brutality” Tour, commencing on September 3, 2023, in Quebec and concluding on September 24, 2023, in Tampa. This tour promises to be an unforgettable experience.
Joining Hatebreed as special guests will be Terror, Vein.FM, and Jesus Piece a tour list that can ensure an electrifying lineup. Join Hatebreed on their upcoming tour as they celebrate the timeless and beloved album, The Rise of Brutality. This record holds a special place in the band’s catalog, being recognized as one of their most significant and influential works. Don’t miss this opportunity to witness Hatebreed’s electrifying performances and relive the power of The Rise of Brutality.
Get ready for an unforgettable celebration of music and camaraderie in hardcore.
Hatebreed appeared on the Vulgar Display of Podcast. Give the interview a listen here and anywhere you get your podcasts.
Photography by: Michael Haley Photography