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The Rise of Brutality

Hatebreed

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Crowd reaction and participation have always been hallmarks of the hardcore and thrash genres. It's probably the ultimate goal of any music to entertain, to illicit some kind of response from the listener. But within these enclaves — especially hardcore — the musicians can become mouthpieces for the mob, their songs vessels for carrying a collective meaning. While that conduit's energy has been sapped somewhat by shifting allegiances and new influences both in and outside of loud rock, it's remained one of Hatebreed's guiding principles. This has never been more apparent than with Rise of Brutality, the quartet's rapid-fire follow-up to 2002's Perseverance. There are no nods to melodic sensibility here, no cloying string sections or "Let me hear you say" hip-hop flourishes. No, shouter Jamey Jasta and his band have turned in 32 minutes of hard, visceral music that knocks the chip off your shoulder so that it might scream louder in your ear. Songs seem specially designed to incite the crowd — the choruses of "Tear It Down" and "This Is Now" establish a call and response. Lyrics begin with actionable words, and end with emphatic periods. "Strength, to deny you," Jasta chants over the manic, death metal-ish "Confide in No One." "Trust, in my instincts/Breath, when I'm drowning/Life, when I must rise again." Musically, Rise of Brutality is just as economic. The inclusionary anthem "Live for This" is reduced to the threatening rumble of Sean Martin's guitar and a few well-placed Matt Byrne drum fills, the better for kids to recognize and revel in Jasta's blood, sweat, and sheer honesty. "Another Day, Another Vendetta" is dedicated to and draws directly from Sick of It All; it's classicist N.Y.C. hardcore with a message applicable to Hatebreed's singular reason for being — "Stay close to what is true to you." Metal, thrash, and hardcore continue to be maligned by outside forces or the quest for accessibility. In defiant response, Hatebreed get respect the old-fashioned way. They earn it.

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Hatebreed's Best Album - Also A Hardcore Staple

Hatebreed's third album, "The Rise of Brutality", shows that the band has progressed and have gotten stronger over the years. With class A production and the songs sounding less generic than on their previous records, this shows progress and will eventually be a staple towards hardcore music. Recommended.

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You need to be in the mosh pit to really enjoy it. They're great performers and they've got awesome music, but if I'm not moshing or jumping in a crowd, I can't get into it.

This is Amazing

so here i was just driving 2 work and i turned on the radio and i heard "This Is Now" and before u know it im headbanging in my little Gremlin and when i had a stop sign this old lady looked at me and shook her head. Anyways this album blindsided me and i've been hooked ever since. Makes u feel powerful and in control!!! BUY THE ALBUM NOT 1 OR 2 SONGS THE ALBUM!!!

Biografía

Fecha de formación: New Haven, CT, 1993

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

The New Haven, Connecticut-based Hatebreed got together in 1993 for the purpose of creating a "back to basics" hardcore band with heavy metallic guitars, screaming vocals, and 30-second songs. Consisting of Jamey Jasta (vocals), Lou "Boulder" Richards (guitar), Chris Beattie (bass), Sean Martin (guitar), and Rigg Ross (drums), Hatebreed had the chance to play throughout the East Coast while sharing the stage with the likes of Entombed, the Deftones, Slayer, and Napalm Death. By 1997, Victory Records...
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