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Perseverance
Hatebreed
Perseverance
Genres: Alternative Rock, Rock, Hard Rock & Metal
 
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Hatebreed's unrepentant heaviness puts other Ozzfest alumni to shame. The Connecticut-bred quintet combine elements of old-school hardcore with death-metal intensity for a metal-core sound that, with melodic guitar moments...  more

      
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All Artists: Hatebreed
Title: Perseverance
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Universal
Original Release Date: 1/1/2002
Re-Release Date: 3/26/2002
Album Type: Explicit Lyrics
Genres: Alternative Rock, Rock, Hard Rock & Metal
Styles: Hardcore & Punk, Death Metal, Hard Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 044001710520

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Hatebreed's unrepentant heaviness puts other Ozzfest alumni to shame. The Connecticut-bred quintet combine elements of old-school hardcore with death-metal intensity for a metal-core sound that, with melodic guitar moments and double-kick drums, finds them equally suited for tours with Entombed and Danzig. On Perseverance, Hatebreed's major-label debut, the underground favorites have not sacrificed any musical or lyrical principles--or any aggression--turning in 16 tracks of unrelenting force, with most tunes clocking in at under three minutes. In "You're Never Alone," vocalist Jamey Jasta cuts to the chase in engaging his audience. "This is for the kids who have nowhere to turn, who have nothing to live for," he barks, encouraging fans to use "hatred to do the right thing." Especially anthemic is the shout-along "I Will Be Heard," while the speedy punk-mosh mania of "We Still Fight" is enough to raise blood pressures. If Slayer and Pantera are your idea of ear candy, Perseverance is just what the doctor ordered. --Katherine Turman

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Boring
ME | 12/26/2008
(1 out of 5 stars)

"Every riff sounds the same on this cd. I usually don't say that about albums, but really the only song that sounds different from the others is I will be heard. The chorus is catchy and has catchy thrashy chanting. That is it. Every song blends into a wall of distorted boredom. No guitar solos, no crazy antics on the drum set, and mindless shouting into the microphone with no changes in pitch or style. Same shout for every song. Rather boring if you ask me. For hardcore they are not very hardcore now are they? I can think of a million other bands that shout and scream better and play their instruments way better and do not get boring. Im sorry but this Hate breed album is not my cup of tea. I liked the Rise of Brutality and Supremacy was decent. Not as monotonous as this one."