Hatebreed’s 25th Anniversary Tour Coming to the Agora Theatre in May

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The veteran hardcore/metal band Hatebreed has just announced the second leg of its 25th anniversary tour. That leg includes a May 8 stop at the Agora Theatre.

An act that once played massive festivals such as OZZFest and Warped Tour, Hatebreed will team up with openers Obituary, Madball, Prong and Skeletal Remains.



"I can't believe it's been 25 years already," says Hatebreed frontman Jamey Jasta in a press release about the tour. "We're excited to bring out this massive tour package with some of our favorite bands. Every band on this bill is a headliner in their own right. The show will be run festival-style with bands you don't want to miss playing early. Activate the pit!"

"There's something special about being able to take out bands who influenced your own band," adds guitarist Frank Novinec. "This is the kind of stuff you dream about as a kid. We are truly honored to bring this package to everyone as part of our 25-year anniversary."



Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday.

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