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Hatebreed

Hatebreed
Hatebreed 2016.jpg
Hatebreed live in 2016. From left to right: Frank Novinec, Chris Beattie, Jamey Jasta, Matt Byrne.
Background information
OriginBridgeport, Connecticut, U.S.
GenresMetalcore
1994-present
Labels
Websitewww.hatebreed.com
Members
  • Jamey Jasta
  • Chris Beattie
  • Wayne Lozinak
  • Matt Byrne
  • Frank Novinec

Hatebreed is an American metalcore band from Bridgeport, Connecticut, formed in 1994. They have released seven studio albums, most recently The Concrete Confessional on May 13, 2016. Their musical style blends influences from hardcore punk and heavy metal; a prominent band within the hardcore scene,[1] they have also been considered part of the metal scene.[2]

History

Hatebreed was formed in 1994 in Bridgeport, Connecticut. They began by recording a three song demo and selling it to locals. Those three songs would eventually be released on a split seven-inch with New York's Neglect in 1995. They followed that up with the highly acclaimed EP Under the Knife scheduled to come out on Big Wheel Recreation in 1995 but then was self-released 1996, and went out on tour around the east coast/midwest with the UKHC band Voorhees. The following year they released Satisfaction is the Death of Desire on Victory Records, then the home of some of the biggest bands in American hardcore. Satisfaction sold more copies than any other debut in the history of the record company.

Tours with national heavy metal bands such as Slayer, Deftones, Entombed and Napalm Death influenced their music and brought them to the attention of many non-hardcore fans. These influences were apparent on the band's next two releases, 2002's Perseverance, and especially 2003's The Rise of Brutality.

After the release of The Rise of Brutality, the band took part in the 2004 Unholy Alliance tour in Europe with Slayer, Slipknot and Mastodon. In June, 2006, Hatebreed went on an extensive European tour which included a performance at the Download Festival in Castle Donington, UK. Immediately following this European tour, they played the main stage at Ozzfest 2006 alongside DragonForce, Lacuna Coil, Avenged Sevenfold, Disturbed, and co-headliners System of a Down.

The band's fourth album, Supremacy, was released in August, 2006, their first through Roadrunner Records, featuring new guitarist Frank Novinec (who had previously spent time playing with Ringworm, Terror, and Integrity). Jasta described it as an "all-out onslaught of completely adrenaline-charged, in-your-face brutality".[3]

On September 13, 2006, former guitarist Lou Richards committed suicide at the age of 35; he had played on 1997's Satisfaction Is the Death of Desire and left the band in 2002.

Hatebreed headlined the second stage on the 2007 Ozzfest tour. Hatebreed appeared at Wacken Open Air festival in 2008 alongside Iron Maiden, Children of Bodom, and Avantasia. In April 2008, Hatebreed signed a worldwide deal with Koch Records for the release of their live DVD, a live album, and a cover album entitled For the Lions, which was released on May 5. On September 2, they released their concert DVD, entitled Live Dominance. Artists covered included Metallica, D.R.I., Crowbar, and the Cro-Mags.[4]

On February 9, 2009, guitarist Sean Martin quit the band.[5] Sean quit the band to pursue other interests in music that are more studio-related. However, Sean remains close to and in contact with Hatebreed members.

Hatebreed's fifth studio album, entitled Hatebreed, was released September 29, 2009. In May 2009, the band also released For the Lions, a record consisting of covers of songs by artists that have influenced the band's development.[6]

In 2010, Hatebreed participated in the third annual Mayhem Festival, alongside 3 Inches of Blood, Shadows Fall, and other bands. On February 17, 2011, it was announced that Hatebreed would partake in the fourth annual Mayhem Festival to yet again headline the Jägermeister stage for 3 dates only.[7] Hatebreed also got to play on the 2013 Vans Warped Tour in Australia alongside bands like Parkway Drive, The Offspring, Simple Plan, The Used, We Came as Romans, Man Overboard, H20 and many more. As well as the United Kingdom Warped Tour alongside Coheed and Cambria, Rise Against, Enter Shikari, Flogging Molly, Like Moths to Flames, The Wonder Years, Sublime With Rome & much more.

Their sixth studio album, The Divinity of Purpose, was released on January 25, 2013 in Europe and on January 29 in North America. The cover art was done by Eliran Kantor (Testament, Sodom).[8] Hatebreed was also announced to take part on the 2017 Vans Warped Tour, as they appeared on the Monster Energy Stage alongside other bands like GWAR, CKY, Carnifex, Municipal Waste, After the Burial, Silent Planet, Anti Flag and many more groups rounded out the lineup

Grammy nomination

In December 2004 it was announced that Hatebreed was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance at the 47th Grammy Awards in Los Angeles for their song "Live for This",[9] which appeared on their album The Rise of Brutality. The award was ultimately given to Motörhead for their cover of the Metallica song "Whiplash" which appeared on the Metallic Attack: The Ultimate Tribute album.

Controversies

In the mid-1990s, vocalist of emoviolence band In/Humanity Chris Bickel produced a zine calling out Victory Records for their business practices. Bickel attended a Hatebreed show and was quickly surrounded by the band, which threatened him with violence and called him homophobic slurs. After the show, frontman and vocalist Jamey Jasta declared himself a homophobe and again threatened Bickel with violence in a voicemail.[10] In/Humanity played this voicemail to open their shows, and when Hatebreed played In/Humanity's hometown of Columbia, South Carolina, between-song banter included their hatred of Bickel and his band.[11]

In a CNN article published on August 8, 2012, Hatebreed was accused of being a white supremacist band in the aftermath of the Wisconsin Sikh temple shooting, perpetrated by a white supremacist musician.[12] The band disavowed any racist sentiments and expressed deep disappointment in the U.S. cable news channel on Twitter. CNN later became aware of the error, removed Hatebreed's name from the piece and apologized for the mistake.[13][14][15]

Hatebreed is a longtime sponsor of UFC fighter Chris Camozzi. At UFC 158 in Montreal on March 16, 2013, Camozzi claimed he was required by the UFC "for some reason" to cover Hatebreed's logos, on his T-shirt and ring introduction banner, with black tape.[16]

In 2016, former drummer Nick "Nickel P" Papantoniou (a member of the band from 1996 to 1997) was sentenced to 45 years in prison after being convicted of felony murder.[17]

Musical style and influences

Hatebreed's musical style has been described as metalcore,[14][18][19]hardcore punk,[18]metallic hardcore[13] and heavy hardcore.[20] They are considered important to the development of metalcore, blending influences from hardcore and punk rock, as well as heavy metal subgenres such as thrash metal,[18] alongside other bands in the 1990s metallic hardcore scene (such as Earth Crisis, All Out War, Integrity and Converge).[21] They are also influenced by crossover thrash.[22] Jasta has also called Hatebreed 'Celtic Frost hardcore'.[23]

Hatebreed's influences include metal and hardcore bands such as Agnostic Front, Black Flag, Carcass, Celtic Frost, Earth Crisis, Entombed, Integrity, Killing Time, Machine Head, Metallica, Misfits, Nile, Obituary, Overkill, Pantera, Sacred Reich, Sepultura, Sheer Terror, Slayer, and Suicidal Tendencies.[23][24][25][26]

Members

Timeline

Discography

Studio albums

Awards and nominations

Grammy Award

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2004 Live for This Best Metal Performance Nominated

Revolver Golden Gods Awards

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2013 Hatebreed Best Live Band Nominated

Loudwire Music Awards

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2012 Hatebreed Death Match Hall of Fame Won

References

Footnotes
  1. ^ Taylor, Jason D. (March 12, 2002). "Perseverance - Hatebreed : Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards". AllMusic. Retrieved 2012.
  2. ^ Bregman, Adam (November 11, 1997). "Satisfaction Is the Death of Desire - Hatebreed : Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards". AllMusic. Retrieved 2012.
  3. ^ "Blabbermouth.net -- HATEBREED Frontman Says New CD Is 'An All-Out Onslaught of In-Your-Face Brutality'". Blabbermouth.net. April 28, 2006. Archived from the original on October 18, 2012. Retrieved 2007.
  4. ^ "Blabbermouth -- Hatebreed releases details on upcoming live DVD". Blabbermouth. Archived from the original on July 17, 2008.
  5. ^ "Hatebreed guitarist leaves band". Lambgoat.com. February 9, 2009. Retrieved 2010.
  6. ^ "Hatebreed's For the Lions Covers Album; The Departure of Guitarist Sean Martin and Welcoming back of Wayne Lozinak". Synthesis.net. February 24, 2009. Retrieved 2010.
  7. ^ "Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival 2012 / Blog / June 30th - August 5th / Tickets on Sale Now / Important Show Note Regarding Trivium". Rockstarmayhemfest.com. February 17, 2011. Archived from the original on July 23, 2012. Retrieved 2012.
  8. ^ "HATEBREED, 'THE DIVINITY OF PURPOSE' - ALBUM REVIEW". Amy Sciarretto.
  9. ^ "Hatebreed, KsE receive Grammy nominations". Lambgoat, LLC. December 7, 2004. Retrieved 2012.
  10. ^ "The day the singer of Hatebreed threatened to 'smash shit in my face and break everything I own'". DangerousMinds. 2015-06-01. Retrieved .
  11. ^ "IN/HUMANITY - Violent Resignation: The Great American Teenage Suicide Rebellion 1992-1998 LP/Discography". Thungapaunk. January 25, 2008.
  12. ^ "Hate with a beat: White power music - CNN.com". Edition.cnn.com. Retrieved 2012.
  13. ^ a b "CNN Wrongly Lumps Metal Band in with 'White Power Bands' Because of Name 'Hatebreed'". Mediaite. August 9, 2012. Retrieved 2012.
  14. ^ a b "Hatebreed Rips CNN Over 'White Power' Tag in Web Story | Music News". Rolling Stone. August 9, 2012. Retrieved 2012.
  15. ^ Axl Rosenberg (August 9, 2012). "CNN Thought Hatebreed Was a White Power Band". MetalSucks. Retrieved 2012.
  16. ^ "Chris Camozzi 'Disappointed' He Was Unable to Finish Ring", from MMA Fighting
  17. ^ Pasbani, Robert (March 7, 2016). "Former HATEBREED Drummer Nic Papantoniou Convicted of Felony Murder - Metal Injection". Metal Injection. Retrieved 2016.
  18. ^ a b c Hatebreed. "Hatebreed - Music Biography, Credits and Discography". AllMusic. Retrieved 2012.
  19. ^ "Hatebreed announce anniversary tour celebrating their first two albums". Alternative Press. August 22, 2017. Retrieved 2018.
  20. ^ "Best Beatdown Hardcore Bands". Retrieved 2018.
  21. ^ Ross Haenfler, Straight Edge: Clean-living Youth, Hardcore Punk, and Social Change. Rutgers University Press. ISBN 0-8135-3852-1. pp. 87-88.
  22. ^ "Hatebreed Frontman On Upcoming Album, Randy Blythe Arrest And Violence At Shows". Blabbermouth.net. November 19, 2012. Retrieved 2015.
  23. ^ a b "Blistering Online Magazine | Featured Bands | Hatebreed". Blistering. Archived from the original on April 7, 2001. Retrieved 2012.
  24. ^ Hilleary, Mike (November 11, 2009). "Hatebreed at the National". Style Weekly. Richmond, Virginia. Retrieved 2012.
  25. ^ Popoff, Martin (August 29, 2014). "14 Thrash Albums You Need to Own". Revolver. Archived from the original on August 31, 2014. Retrieved 2015.
  26. ^ Offner, Daniel. "Viking Interview: Q&A with Jamey Jasta" (PDF). danieloffner.com. Archived (PDF) from the original on October 21, 2017. Retrieved 2017.
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