Inspired by the likes of Metallica, Pantera and Celtic Frost, Connecticut outfit Hatebreed became a dominant force on the 90s metallic hardcore scene with their short sharp bursts of screaming vocals and adrenaline-charged thrash riffs. Formed in Bridgeport in 1994, the original line-up of vocalist Jamey Jasta, guitarists Wayne Lozinak and Larry Dwyer Jr., bassist Chris Beattie and drummer Dave Russo first released Hatebreed tickets for shows around their hometown before joining forces with New Yorkers Neglect for a split 7” in 1995. A year later, the band received critical acclaim for their debut, E.P, Under The Knife, and played to thousands of fans with Hatebreed tickets on an East Coast/Midwest tour with British hardcore punks Voorhees. In 1997, the band issued their first full-length studio effort, Satisfaction is the Death of Desire, which became the biggest-selling debut in Victory Records’ history, and Hatebreed tickets for an accompanying tour. The demand for Hatebreed tickets increased when the band supported various high-profile names including Slayer, Deftones and Napalm Death, and scored their first entry on the Billboard 200 with 2002 sophomore, Perseverance. Featuring the Grammy-nominated “Live For This,” the Sick of it All-sampling “Another Day, Another Vendetta,” and their contribution to The Punisher soundtrack (“Bound To Violence”), 2003’s The Rise of Brutality then arrived in 2003 before the group joined Slayer, Slipknot and Mastodon on 2004’s The Unholy Alliance Tour. Hatebreed tickets were then snapped up for a major 2006 European trek which also included sets at Download Festival and Ozzfest, while in the same year, the group added to their catalog with their first album for Roadrunner Records, Supremacy. In 2008, the band appeared at Germany’s Wacken Open Air Festival and recorded the DVD, Live Dominance, in front of fans with Hatebreed tickets at Detroit’s Harpos Concert Theatre. A year later, the group paid tribute to the likes of Black Flag, Suicidal Tendencies and Sepultura on the covers album For The Lions, and released Hatebreed tickets for a North American tour supporting their self-titled sixth LP. Following a headline slot on the Jagermeister Stage at the fourth annual Mayhem Festival in 2011, the interest in Hatebreed tickets increased further when the group reached No.20 in the US with 2013’s The Divinity of Purpose.
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