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All Music Guide - Thom Jurek
A mere four months after the release of a covers album, For the Lions, New Haven's Hatebreed offers their first truly new album in three years. This self-titled offering, the band's fifth, is the first outing to feature both new guitarists -- Frank Novinec, who joined in 2006, and newcomer Wayne Lozinak. In addition, drummer Matt Byrne replaced original skin man Rigg Ross, making vocalist Jamey Jasta and bassist Chris Beattie the only two founding members. Despite the new members, the sound is crafted around almost exactly the same formula that has made the band such a sought-after attraction on the metalcore circuit. In the summer of 2009,they shared stages all over the ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Thom Jurek
A mere four months after the release of a covers album, For the Lions, New Haven's Hatebreed offers their first truly new album in three years. This self-titled offering, the band's fifth, is the first outing to feature both new guitarists -- Frank Novinec, who joined in 2006, and newcomer Wayne Lozinak. In addition, drummer Matt Byrne replaced original skin man Rigg Ross, making vocalist Jamey Jasta and bassist Chris Beattie the only two founding members. Despite the new members, the sound is crafted around almost exactly the same formula that has made the band such a sought-after attraction on the metalcore circuit. In the summer of 2009,they shared stages all over the world with Slipknot, Slayer, and Korn, as well as having preferred lineup spots in many music festivals. With this CD, faster, downtuned hardcore is melded to slower, more decidedly doom-laden death metal moments -- check the surprisingly retro but utterly killer instrumental "Undiminished" -- all played with extreme technical flare, stop-and-start cadences and call-and-response choruses. The rest of these 15 tracks range from headbanging anthems such as the opener, "Become the Fuse," to Hatebreed's trademark, bone-cracking heaviness in "Everyone Bleeds Now," and pummeling riff-laden hardcore in "Merciless Tide." As a bonus, there is an edit of "Escape" tacked on at the end of the set.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/29/2009
  • Label: Koch Records
  • UPC: 099923205326
  • Catalog Number: 2053
  • Sales rank: 51,357

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Hatebreed Primary Artist
Matt Byrne Drums, Group Member
Chris Beattie Bass, Group Member
Jamey Jasta Vocals, Group Member
Frank "3-Gun" Novinec Guitar, Group Member
Will Hayes & the Ozark Valley Boys Vocals
Robbie Roth Vocals
Technical Credits
Alan Douches Mastering
Hatebreed Composer
John Franck Video Producer
Jamey Jasta Video Producer
Clay Patrick McBridge Retouching
Zeuss Producer, Engineer
Meran Karanitant Cover Art
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Ten times better than all their other albums...combined!

    I'm sure all the "hardcore" Hatebreed fans are already jamming to this new album, so nothing I say here will be new to them. Speaking of new, I consider this to be the "New Hatebreed". Contrary to BN's reviewer's opinion, this album sounds very different from their previous work. It rocks like a MF! Gone are the simple, raw, repetitive hardcore cadences. The guitarwork is now much more complex, louder and technical...there's a good chainsaw quality to it now. There are even several lead guitar riffs, and an instrumental. The theme of the lyrics is pretty much the same, but you'll actually hear a little melody here and there in Jasta's vocals as opposed to the relentless monotone of his previous work. OK, don't bother messing with the samples...order this thing immediately...the sooner you do, the sooner you'll be amazed at the new Hatebreed sound. One negative note, however...I just saw them in concert and they let me down. They just sounded a little too plain and boring live. Two likely factors: one, I had super-high expectations after listening to Hatebreed (the new album I'm raving about), and two, they followed Cannibal Corpse...what else can I say?

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