- /product/supremacy-1146Supremacy HatebreedWant us to release this album? Then vote now!Place your vote by entering your email address below. If this title receives enough votes, we will press it and let you know when it becomes availble to order.SupremacyAlbum Details
- Would be the first North American release on vinyl
- Pressed only once back in 2006.
- Would be pressed on color vinyl, include an exclusive poster and be individually numbered/limited to a one time pressing
Hatebreed is an American metalcore band from Bridgeport, CT, formed in 1994. The band released its debut album, Satisfaction Is The Death Of Desire in 1997, which gave them a cult following. The band began recording a three-song demo and selling it to locals in 1994. Those three songs would eventually be released on a split 7” single with New York’s Neglect in 1995. They followed that with the highly acclaimed EP, “Under The Knife” scheduled to come out on Big Wheel Recreation in 1995, but then was self-released in 1996. They went out on tour around the east coast/Midwest supporting UKHC band Voorhees. The following year they released Satisfaction Is The Death Of Desire on Victory records, then home of some of the biggest bands in hardcore. The album sold more copies than any other debut in the history of the record company. Tours with bands such as Slayer, Deftones, Entombed and Napalm Death influenced their music and brought them to the attention of many non-hard-core fans. These influences were apparent on the band’s next two releases, 2002’s Perseverance and 2003’s The Rise Of Brutality. After the release of Rise Of Brutality, the band took part in the 2004 Unholy Alliance tour in Europe with Slayer, Slipknot and Mastadon. In June 2006, the band went on an extensive European tour which included a performance at the Download Festival in the U.K. Immediately following this tour, they played the main stage at Ozzfest 2006 alongside Dragonforce, Lacuna Coil, Avenged Sevenfold, Disturbed and co-headliners System Of A Down. The band’s fourth album, “Supremacy” was released in August 2006, their first and only release on Roadrunner Records, featuring new guitarist Frank Novinec. It peaked at No. 31 on the Billboard 200 chart and No. 9 on the UK Rock & Metal Albums Chart. The track “To The Threshold” appeared on the album, MTV2 Headbangers Ball: The Revenge. Frontman Jamey Jasta contends that the main them of Supremacy is overcoming “feelings of depression, guilt, sadness, anxiety and alienation. “I wanted to show that there is hope, and you have to start with yourself.” “You can’t help other people if you can’t help yourself.” In 2004 it was announced that the band was nominated for a Grammy Awared for Best Metal Performance at the 47th Grammy Awards for their song “Live For This,” which was on the album Rise Of Brutality. The awared was ultimately given to Motorhead for their cover of Metallica’s song, “Whiplash.” Combining hardcore with heavy metal, Hatebreed’s style has been described as metalcore, hardcore punk and beatdown hardcore. They are considered important to the development of metalcore, blending influences from hardcore and punk rock, as well as heavy metal subgenres such as thrash metal and groove metal alongside other bands in the 1990s such as Earth Crisis, All Out War and Integrity and Converge. Band influences are: Agnostic Front, Carcass, Entombed, Killing Time, Obituary, Sepultura, Sheer Terror and Slayer.Track ListingSide ASide BSide CSide D