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Get over your so called issues Jamie.,
This review is from: Hatebreed (Audio CD)
I've liked Hatebreed since they first started, my favourite two being The Rise of Brutality and Supremacy. This album lacks in inspiration. The lyrics are the same constant one-note "don't give up when your in pain" or "i am now going to hit you" lyrics that Hatebreed have given me since under the knife. It's time to sing about something new please? I'm not asking for a love song, just maybe something a little different, cos i've heard this all before.
The music is of no match to the excellent, heavily brutal guitar riffs in Supremacy. The with the exception of "Hands of a Dying Man", the guitars are muddy, slow and uninteresting. It's the aural equivalent of drowning in a bucket full of tar.
Sorry Hatebreed, you've let me down this time.
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Initial post: 19 Jan 2010 11:33:57 GMT
Like, like minded bands hatebreed are not a band who change. They have a style and they stick to it, this new release is full of new nasty and really angry beatdown anthems to rock out to..... what more could you possibly want?
In reply to an earlier post on 30 Jan 2010 13:06:34 GMT
I would agree - this music itself is often very self limiting
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