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UPDATE 17/12/15 5.50pm: Soundwave 2016 has been officially cancelled. It’s finally here, the Soundwave 2016 drip-feed has burst and the festival’s first major lineup announcement has arrived, featuring headliners heavy metal titans Disturbed. That’s right, prepare to get down with the sickness. Announced live from Music Feeds studio in an Australian first, Soundwave’s latest 2016
UPDATE 17/12/15 5.50pm: Soundwave 2016 has been officially cancelled. Hatebreed just became the tenth band confirmed on the lineup for Soundwave 2016. The American metalcore titans are celebrating 20 years of breaking necks around the world and they’ve decided to let Aussie fans in on the mayhem by jumping on board our biggest metal festival.
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Hatebreed have dropped the video for the first single from their upcoming album – and it’s filled with all sorts of firey goodness. Put It to the Torch sees the band come roaring out of the blocks with Jamey Jasta’s growls and a flurry of speed guitars. The video features a businessman getting attacked from
Oh shit! It’s all about to happen again! Hatebreed have announced that they will be releasing their latest album in the new year. As well as the release dates, the hardcore legends have also unveiled the album art and the always glorious album name. The Divinity of Purpose, as it has been titled, will make
It’s fine if someone doesn’t like, or understand metal. It really is an acquired taste. Though when you’re not a fan, it’s probably a good idea to steer clear of labelling it. CNN writer Lonnie Nasatir has found out first hand the consequnces of talking about something you know nothing about after receiving a massive
Hatebreed have announced Australian tour dates along with Cro-Mags, Biohazard, and Hellyeah while they’re out here on the Soundwave 2012 line up next month. They’ll be playing two shows, one at Panthers in Newcastle and one at The Hi-Fi in Melbourne. Update: Raised Fist join Sidewave Hardcore legends Hatebreed have been annihilating mosh pits throughout