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Event Archive - Hatebreed, Sworn Enemy, Scars of Tomorrow

Wed. October 18th 2006 Richard's On Richards (No Minors)
8pm doors at 7pm
Tickets at: All Ticketmaster Locations, Scrape Records
Presented by: Live Nation

On sale Sept 14 @ 10am

Called “one of their most anticipated records of 2006” by Revolver and Alternative Press magazines, Supremacy is the fourth record from Hatebreed. The band’s first for Roadrunner Records, it’s the most intense album the decade-old act has made. The record deftly illustrates all the things that have made Hatebreed one of the underground heavy metal scene's most beloved and important bands of the past decade. It also presents a new and improved Hatebreed, who reconnected with fans with a sold-out tour before going into the studio to record an album as hulking as it is tight, and as tough as it positive. Frontman Jamey Jasta pens lyrics that speak of hope, rising above, and believing in yourself. It is precisely those qualities that will allow Supremacy to connect with the kids on a profound level. The disc combines the raw, intense bite of the Connecticut quintet’s debut, Satisfaction Is The Death Of Desire, with the tectonic-plate-shifting power of Perseverance, resulting in their best effort to date. Supremacy contains the cathartic, cleansing “Destroy Everything” and the anthemic “Defeatist,” the chorus of which the Hatebreed faithful will scream at the top of their lungs at shows. After all, Hatebreed’s fans give back to the band, just like the band gives itself to the fans, showing the redemptive, cyclical power of their music.

The last year has been a busy one of rising momentum for the Grammy-nominated band, which played the 2006 Ozzfest main stage, while lead vocalist Jamey Jasta performed hosting duties on MTV2’s Headbangers Ball. Yet Hatebreed is more committed than ever to showing the world why its throne atop the heavy metal kingdom with Supremacy is firmly intact. Ultimately, Supremacy is a testament to renewal and reconnecting. It is also the defining statement of one of metal's most important, most supreme bands.


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Sworn Enemy (Hardcore/Metal)

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Sworn Enemy, fronted by Sal LoCoco, established itself in 2000 with the release of "Negative Outlook" on Jamey Jasta's Stillborn Records. The record was a mix of old school hardcore punk and new school breakdowns, and quickly gained the band attention in the underground scene. 2002 marked their next release, "Integrity Defines Strength", which c... more info

Scars of Tomorrow

What is with Southern California anyway? A place where people go to make their dreams come true. An alluring vacation spot with gorgeous beaches, warm weather, hills, mountains, valleys, and more sunshine than some can handle. However, Southern California is becoming a renowned home to some of the most metallic and malevolent metalcore bands in the... more info
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