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Why Hatebreed Are Still One Of The Best Hardcore Bands Around

In theory, Hatebreed should be nothing to rave about. Plain simple rhardcore, no creative riffing and lyrics that seldom change the subject. rBUT... once you actually hear it, you realize why they have so much rdedicated fans. YES it may be simple, but that lets you concentrate on rthe words. YES the lyrics seem always the same, but they surround rthemselves by a shit ton of positive influence. And the force driving all rthis? Jamey Jasta. There's just something about heavy music and a guy rscreaming about overcoming shit in life (in a very agressive and awesome rway) that makes it worthwhile... And if you think they're good on cd, rjust go see them live: I've never seen a band that can interact with the raudience that good.
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