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Hatebreed US tour 2022: Dates, Tickets and more 

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This year marks the 20th anniversary of Hatebreed’s “Perseverance” album, and they’ve announced a tour in the fall of 2022. Gatecreeper and Bleeding Through will serve as the opening acts for some of the tour dates, and Bodysnatcher and Dying Wish will also be performing throughout the entire run.

The journey will begin on October 27 in Virginia Beach, Virginia, and end on November 20 with a performance in San Diego. Bleeding Through will serve as Gatecreeper’s replacement for the remaining three show stops. In addition, Hatebreed promises to perform at additional shows, which have not yet been disclosed.

The release of Hatebreed’s second studio album, “Perseverance,” catapulted the band to new heights of prominence in the metal community. Following their signing with Universal in 2001, the band made their debut with a major label with the release of this album in 2002. Since then, frontman Jamey Jasta and the rest of the band have released many albums, the most recent of which is 2020’s “Weight of the False Self.”

It will be a busy year for Hatebreed in 2022, as the band will finish up their tour with Anthrax and Black Label Society just in time for the beginning of their 20th-anniversary term. Through August 28, the Anthrax and Black Label Society tour will be stopping in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. However, Hatebreed will no longer participate in the tour after their performance in Brooklyn, New York, on August 26.

Regarding Hatebreed

New Haven, Connecticut, is the band Hatebreed’s hometown. 1993 was the year that marked the beginning of the band members’ first performances together. Their objective was to get back to the roots of hardcore, and as a result, they produced blazing 30-second tracks with strident, metallic guitar work and screamed lyrics. Jamey Jasta provided the vocals for the band, and its other members included Lou Richards on guitar, Sean Martin on guitar, Chris Beattie on bass, and Rigg Ross (drums).

The band was allowed to play gigs up and down the East Coast, where they performed alongside legendary acts such as Entombed, Deftones, Slayer, and Napalm Death. This ferocious five-piece made their debut with Victory Records in 1997, releasing their album titled Satisfaction Is the Death of Desire as their first effort. After another five years, they were finally able to sign with a major label, and in 2010, they had their debut album, titled Perseverance, released Universal/Stillborn/Republic. This label was also responsible for releasing Hatebreed’s album “The Rise of Brutality” in 2003. In 2006, Roadrunner Records released the band’s fourth long-playing album, Supremacy.

The band’s new guitarist, Frank Novinec, made his debut appearance on their album Supremacy for the first time. Earlier in his career, Novinec honed his abilities while performing with bands like Ringworm, Terror, and Integrity. In 2003, Wayne Lozinak brought his considerable guitar chops to the band, and the band was................. immediately improved. The album For the Lions featured cover versions and was issued by Hatebreed the following year. In September, they released their most recent studio set, which was titled simply after themselves. The Divinity of Purpose was the title of Hatebreed’s sixth studio full-length album, released in 2013.

Where can I purchase Hatebreed tickets at a discount?

The ticket marketplaces SeatGeek, Ticketnetwork, Ticketmaster, Vividseats, Stubhub, and Viagogo, compete to find you the best deal possible on Hatebreed tickets. Beginning on Friday, tickets were made available for purchase by the general public (August 5)

How long does the Hatebreed show typically last?

Most Hatebreed performances last between two and three hours, but the length of the show may vary based on the starting acts, encore, and other factors.

Hatebreed’s ’20 Year of Perseverance’ Tour 2022 Dates

Oct. 27 – Virginia Beach, Va. @ Elevation 27
Oct. 30 – Cleveland, Ohio @ Agora Theatre
Nov. 4 – Sauget, Ill. @ Pop’s
Nov. 5 – Oklahoma City, Okla. @ Diamond Ballroom
Nov. 7 – Houston, Texas @ White Oak Music Hall
Nov. 9 – Lubbock, Texas @ Jake’s Sports Cafe
Nov. 10 – Albuquerque, N.M. @ El Rey Theater
Nov. 12 – Grand Junction, Colo. @ Mesa Theater
Nov. 14 – Portland, Ore. @ Roseland Theater
Nov. 15 – Seattle, Wash. @ The Showbox
Nov. 17 – San Francisco, Calif. @ The Regency Ballroom
Nov. 19 – Anaheim, Calif. @ House of Blues
Nov. 20 – San Diego, Calif. @ House of Blues

Bottom Lines

The American hardcore band Hatebreed is known worldwide for their rough and aggressive style of music, which is created by combining components of punk, thrash, and metal.

The band has a following in underground music scenes worldwide and has had multiple albums chart on the Billboard 200 chart since their formation in Bridgeport, Connecticut, in 1994.

Hatebreed embarked on a tour of North America during the winter of 2017 to welcome the 20th anniversary of ‘Satisfaction Is the Death of Desire’ and the 15th anniversary of ‘Perseverance.’ The band then traveled on to headline the EMP Persistence Tour in Europe and the United Kingdom during the early months of 2018.

Hatebreed has been performing for 23 years, and they are preparing to deliver the most exciting and high-energy tour they have ever given. The band’s live performances are fueled by their most raucous hits and an unrestrained enthusiasm that is sure to ignite mosh pits and stages alike.

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