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Hatebreed - The Rise Of Brutality
Hatebreed have distinguished themselves as the best selling American Metal/Hardcore act, and have sold many records both in and out of the States. With some albums like Perseverance and Satisfaction Is The Death Of Desire, they have marked their brutal metal/hardcore in the world. The Rise Of Brutality is their new album and was supposed to be just as brutal as Perseverance. 

The Rise Of Brutality kicks of with Tear It Down, an energetic track with fast kicking drums, pumping guitar lines. The ultra moshsound is again created and after hearing this track I eagerly wanted to hear the rest of it. Straight To Your Face is a more slower song that kicks very heavy. But this isnít the main style that Hatebreed manages. The most of the album is very uptempo and quite brutal. That means tracks like Live For This, Beholder Of Justice, This Is Now and Confide In No One manage to entertain the hardcore people who certainly like some brutal Metalcore mixed with that distinguishing hardcore sound. This new disc, which lasts for only 32 minutes, will guarantee you with 32 minutes of listening pleasure. This is probably again a good seller in the market.
Hatebreed - The Rise Of Brutality
83/1001Details Universal Records
Released on Sunday Oct 24th, 2004
Hardcore

Writer @Mat-Core on Thursday May 20th, 2004

Tags: #Hatebreed
Tracklisting Jamey Jasta - Vocals
Matt Byrne - Drums
Sean Martin - Guitar
Chris Beattie - Bass
Line up 1. Tear It Down
2. Straight To Your Face
3. Facing What Consumes You
4. Live For This
5. Doomsayer
6. Another Day, Another Vendetta
7. A Lesson Lived Is A Lesson Leanred
8. Beholder Of Justice
9. This Is Now
10. Voice Of Contention
11. Choose Or Be Chosen
12. Confide In No One
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