Hatebreed – Divinity Of Purpose 1/29 FREE patch!

Since forming in 1994, GRAMMY AWARD-NOMINATED hardcore and metal stalwarts Hatebreed have constantly crushed with every subsequent album. Their six full-length effort and first for Razor & Tie, THE DIVINITY OF PURPOSE, proudly upholds that tradition cast in almost two decades of blood, tears, and flames. It’s everything fans have come to expect from the Connecticut-based quintet.
THE DIVINITY OF PURPOSE began to take shape in 2010 when the band welcomed back original guitarist Wayne Lozinak for 2009’s covers set, FOR THE LIONS and their self-titled fifth effort the same year. During a two-year touring cycle, they expanded their global stamp through performing crowds in Southeast Asia, Eastern Europe, and South America. In addition, they destroyed the U.S. and Europe alongside ALL THAT REMAINS, FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH and LAMB OF GOD as well as on the ROCKSTAR ENERGY DRINK MAYHEM FESTIVAL– twice.
“We were going for a bigger sound,” affirms front man, Jamey Jasta. We also tried to do things outside of our comfort zone musically on HATEBREED. This time around, we played to our strengths as a band and gelled incredibly. The riffs had to be really heavy, memorable, and catchy. The rhythms needed to be pounding. I went back into drill sergeant mode vocally. I focused on saying what I had to say and got in and out. The music makes its point and leaves its mark. It’s a tight snapshot of the last two years.”

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