Hatebreed Albums Ranked

Hatebreed is an American metalcore band from Bridgeport, Connecticut, formed in 1994. They have released one cover album and seven studio albums, most recently The Concrete Confessional on May 13, 2016. Their musical style blends influences from hardcore punk and heavy metal; a prominent band within the hardcore scene, they are also considered a part of the metal scene. Here are all of Hatebreed albums ranked.

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8. Under The Knife (1996)

“Under the Knife was Hatebreeds first album.. I guess its been rereleased with their popularity, There new album is going to be called Perseverance released sometime in 2001, so know what your talking about before you open your fool mouth.”

7. The Rise Of Brutality (2003)

“”The Rise of Brutality” is a great hard-hitting album filled with raw emotion and power. If you’re looking for a change in the band’s direction, then you will most likely be very disappointed. If you’re hoping to hear new songs with the same great style and tone, then chances are that you will be pleased. All in all, I think this is a great Hatebreed album.”

6. Hatebreed (2009)

“Great gym music and still melodic and filled with enough catchy vocal hooks, beats and rhythms, and riffs to make great road trip music. Too few metal groups write great hooks that keep you in the song and keep you wanting more.”

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5. The Divinity Of Purpose (2013)

“Hatebreed has returned to their roots with this album. It’s hard hitting, heavy, and has some of the most brutal tunes you’ll ever hear. I was blown away when I started listening to it. One of the best music purchases I’ve ever made. Buy the album and support these guys, you won’t regret it!”

4. Supremacy (2006)

“The music is empowering and angry. What more can you ask for in a hardcore sound. Supremacy is one of my favorite songs on here. A very catchy groove. Mind over all, good change over riffs. Defeatist, great guitar breakdowns along with Jamey’s awesome lyrical message.”

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3. The Concrete Confessional (2016)

“The mix of motivational lyrics combined with heavy metal symmetry, make this an outstanding release. Just want to show support and throw out a positive shout-out to this unique band that stays true to its sound throughout the years! I will now hunt down all their old albums.”

2. Perseverance (2002)

“This is a very good and inspirational album from start to finish, except there are a few tricks i didn’t like that didn’t really make sense to me. This has a lot of self help and inspiration lyrics in it the lyrics are yelled and fairly easy to understand not be confused with screamo/grindcore”

1. Satisfaction Is The Death Of Desire (1997)

“”Satisfaction is the Death of Desire” became an instant indie classic when it was released in 1997, and is still highly regarded today as one of the best pieces of music ever to be recorded by a hardcore band. Jamey Jasta death metal-esque growls are nearly ear shattering while the rhythm of guitarists Sean Martin and Lou Richards plus bassist Chris Beattie and then drummer Riggs Ross is so amazingly tight that you won’t believe what your hearing.”