Hardcore Icons Hatebreed to Bring Their Anniversary Tour to House of Blues

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Way back in November of 1997, the hardcore group Hatebreed released its full-length debut, Satisfaction Is the Death of Desire. By combining metal and hardcore, the group had a huge influence on the underground sound of the '00s.

Released 15 years ago, Perseverance yielded one of the band’s biggest hits with "I Will Be Heard.”



Earlier today, the band announced it will embark on a headline tour celebrating the 20 years of Satisfaction Is the Death of Desire and 15 years of Perseverance. The group will play the majority of songs from both albums, along with other “fan favorites” from its catalog. The tour includes a Dec. 2 show at House of Blues.

"Sometimes it's good to look back just to see how far you've come,” says Hatebreed singer Jamey Jasta in a press release announcing the tour. “There's about four-five songs off Satisfaction Is the Death of Desire and about six or seven off Perseverance that we rarely play, so we've hit the rehearsal room and dusted off a killer batch of songs and deep cuts that we'll blast your eardrums with this fall. Come celebrate not one but two anniversaries with us."



Tickets go on sale on Friday.

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