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  • Audio CD (21 Aug. 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • ASIN: B000H0MGSW
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 69,789 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Listen  2. Horrors Of Self 2:29£0.79  Buy MP3 
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Listen10. Never Let It Die 3:39£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen11. Spitting Venom 2:49£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen12. As Diehard As They Come 2:16£0.79  Buy MP3 
Listen13. Supremacy Of Self 2:47£0.79  Buy MP3 

Product Description

2006 album! Unforgiving metalcore of a violently intense nature from the US legends. Produced by Zeuss.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By james hambly on 31 Aug. 2006
Format: Audio CD
I have always loved this band and I can tell you my first opinion was literally "WOW!!" the first song "defeatist" is a very good opener for this album and I was very impressed with the power behind this song and its lyrical content, a surprising intro which gives it a bit more of an impact and a hook which I personally love and will definitely get people moving. The hold that this album has on you stays from the first song to the very last leaving you in its wake, the agression, the energy never dies down especially with songs like "To the Threshold", "Give wings to my triumph" and "Destroy everything" and they do this while still keeping to that traditional Hatebreed sound instead of changing with the times which i was pleased about and im sure the rest of they're fans are or going to be when they hear this album. One thing that i love the most out of this album and the band is the dominant presence it/they have and i find this album interesting because of this along side the ferocious force.

I enjoyed this album a lot and found the majority of it very energetic and powerful with great structures and rhythms, a few downfalls but an overall great album. If your a true metal fan and/or Hatebreed you must get this album, it is an essential. Stunning riff's, great beats and powerful vocals and lyrics which will stick with you.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kingcrimsonprog TOP 500 REVIEWER on 12 Jan. 2011
Format: Audio CD
As a fan, you come to expect a certain level of quality from Hatebreed and Supremacy does not disappoint in the slightest. From start to finish Supremacy is a vital and energetic album capturing the sharper and harder aspects of the bands sound.
The album as a whole is very strong and never suffers from any dip in quality, there are no weak tracks and the album overall is just the right length to feel complete without dragging on.
Compared to the previous two albums Supremacy seems to be exploring the band's heavier influences more, with a stronger focus on that part of the band's sound than other aspects, for example their are fewer sections that could be described as punk influenced and the songs are less straightforward in composition and use notes and patterns in places more traditionally associated with much more extreme bands. The album is by no means a departure, the lion's share pf the music sounds the way you would expect but it does concentrate more one side of their sound than others in places.
Songs like the furious opener 'Defeatist,' and the crowd favourite 'Destroy Everything,' a bursting with power and swagger and luckily contain the usual Jasta lyrical content about overcoming of odds, self realization and self actualization, overall very positive and empowering messages to deliver.
After the deeper and harsher production of Th Rise of Brutality the band decided to hand the production over to metal production expert Zeuss who was able to create a perfectly cutting and forceful style that perfectly suited the bands faster moments.
Standout moments include 'Spitting Venom,' which contains some unusually catchy guitar parts and 'As Diehard As They Come,' which is almost impossible not to sing along to.
Overall Supremacy is a great Hatebreed album, definitely worth checking out if you are think you might like the band and utterly essential if you already do like the band.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Adam Jackson on 19 Feb. 2009
Format: Audio CD
After 2003's stunning Rise Of Brutality, the excellent Perseverance (2002) & the full length debut Satisfaction Is.. from 1997, I find this a little dissapointing. Whilst by no means a terrible album, the bite of the previous releases just isn't there, with songwriting that's rather in the doldrums. I also find there is a lack of really strong riffs, with the guitars not sounding as sharp as you might expect. The drum sound (snare especially) could be better as well - some good bass drums though. On the plus side, the bass is well up in the mix with some really good fills & lines - great tone! Jamey Jasta's vocals are as harsh as ever but are let down by the indifferent songwriting. The passion of say, Rise Of Brutality isn't quite there in Jamey's voice - maybe trying too hard to sound brutal? ROB for me, is out & out the better album vocally (and pretty much in all other departments). Lyrics are still face/fight the world, keep it real, life on the street, pump yourself up etc.
I might be wrong but the album does sound slightly manufactured, with very clear shades of Pantera & Slipknot. Hatebreed are often compared to Biohazard but the resemblance isn't as striking here.
Not a total train wreck though as tracks like Supremacy Of Self, Mind Over All & Horrors Of Self all do testify. I just think Hardcore purists may find this album overly metallic & less Hardcore - it's certainly a million miles away from the 1997 album!
Hopefully, it could grow on me a bit more.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lilal on 30 Aug. 2006
Format: Audio CD
Hatebreed have rightfully earnt themselves a status to be envied they are true legends due to their hardhitting brutal and honest hardcore that cannot and and will not be matched.

perhaps they are not the most musically complex or impressive but thats not what hatebreed is about. Hatebreed is about anger, aggression and peserverance; it's simple, straight forward, to the point like a cannon ball to the gut. 'Supremacy' does not fail on any of these terms and is possibly one of their best albums yet, any mistakes in the past have been stamped out with a steamroller. It is intense ,commanding and full of hate, great tracks include 'To The Threshold', 'Give Wings to My Triumph' its not just an album it's a minefield and every bit explodes in your face!

nothing can stop hatebreed's relentless force, and with this album, who would want to.
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