by Scott Hefflon
Hatebreed make sense on Roadrunner, now that the label has reinvented themselves yet again. I’ve never been a big Hatebreed fan, but I’ve always respected their work ethic, even if I haven’t gushed about how great their new batches of tunes are. Character counts for a lot, and in order to survive the ebbs and flows (more accurately, the sunshine blown up your ass by “your people” vs. the crushing lows of finding yourself mentally and physically far from familiar ground), Hatebreed have had to be strong, be true to themselves, and find the strength to endure. Yeah, Supremacy roars like a battlecry.