Hawthorne Heights album teaser
2013-04-16 by jslavos | 19 Comments

Following a chat with their fans on reddit.com, Hawthorne Heights have released a teaser video featuring 3 new songs from their upcoming concept album - ZERO, on which they have been working on for the past couple of weeks with producer Brian Virtue. These are the first songs the band has released after being singed to SONY/Red River Entertainment.

To view the teaser video:

http://youtu.be/4rT4YcjEUNE

To view the reddit chat:

http://www.reddit.com/r/IAmA/comments/1cf04d/we_are_hawthorne_heights_and_this_is_our_ama/

Album preorder:

hawthorneheights.com

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Band Page: Hawthorne Heights

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Omaha
Staff Reviewer
April 16th 2013

9977 Comments


Teaser indeed

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henryChinaski
April 16th 2013

2682 Comments


Sounds okay.

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GringoSuave89
April 16th 2013

1009 Comments


Never been a fan, but keeping on after the death of their guitarist? Got to respect that.

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Surtur
April 16th 2013

512 Comments


Used to be absolutely awful, but the recent stuff is actually pretty decent.

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NapalmCrusader
April 16th 2013

1737 Comments


Neh

Atari
Contributing Reviewer
April 16th 2013

19420 Comments


their hate EP wasn't too bad

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juiceviaorange
April 16th 2013

285 Comments


lol

Quen
April 16th 2013

1633 Comments


i thought these guys broke up

lyzakthellama
April 16th 2013

1689 Comments


These guys are pretty respectful just because they're not an annoying, copycat band thats in love with themselves

skoopy48
April 16th 2013

1434 Comments


it's not bad sounding. These guys have been steadily improving over the past 3 releases or so.

ThomasTheCure
April 16th 2013

280 Comments


sounds okay, but i'll probably skip it.

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LowRidinCow
April 16th 2013

36 Comments


Meh. Probably won't check this out, but who knows.

iGuter
April 16th 2013

337 Comments


Meh.

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NorwichScene
April 17th 2013

1405 Comments


Amazing they are still going

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Mabbitt
April 17th 2013

1322 Comments


I don' really see the point in releasing new albums when 85% of their setlists are from the first 2.

Other than trying to make money...

lyzakthellama
April 17th 2013

1689 Comments


That's stupid. Bands make music because that's what bands do?

CaptainHadouken
April 17th 2013

1960 Comments


They are still together? hmmm.. i'll check this out later.

Epicenter
April 18th 2013

171 Comments


Damn. I'm getting nostalgic right now.

NapalmCrusader
April 18th 2013

1737 Comments


This band for me has always been annoying as fuck



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