Wednesday, February 10, 2010


Biography :

Alesana (pronounced Alice-Anna) is a post-hardcore band from Raleigh, North Carolina . They have released one EP, appeared on 7 compilations, and have released 3 full length albums.


The four vocalists, Dennis, Shawn, Jake and Shane trade off vocals. In the two albums before Adam left Alesana, he provided additional guitar and would often harmonize with Shawn. When the song requires an electric set, the band has three guitarists and tends to have dual guitar riffs, or use one lead guitar, while the other(s) play chords and octaves. Their acoustic songs consist of Shawn playing the piano and singing, he is often joined with his sister Melissa Milke who also adds vocals to their electric songs. The lyrics, written by Dennis and Shawn, are written cooperatively and find their influence in literature. On Frail Wings of Vanity and Wax frequently makes allusions to Greek mythology, Where Myth Fades to Legend twists the plots of several tales of the Brothers Grimm, and The Emptiness is one constant story created by the two main vocalists.


Formation and (2004–2005)

Although the band's members first began playing together in Baltimore,[7] Maryland, the band officially formed in October 2004 in Raleigh, North Carolina by Shawn Milke, Patrick Thompson, Dennis Lee, Steven Tomany and Daniel Magnuson. The name of the band is derived from Alice-anna St., which Shawn Milke and Patrick Thompson lived on when playing in Baltimore, MD. Alice-anna St. is located in Fells Point, a neighborhood in Baltimore. Alesana was the first band to join Tragic Hero Records in 2005, and their 3 demo songs titled "Apology", "Beautiful in Blue" and "Goodbye, Goodnight for Good" which were featured on a compilation All The Tragedy Money Can't Buy. Later they released their debut EP, Try This With Your Eyes Closed, in May of that year. They toured in the United States, including an appearance at the Cornerstone Festival. In the same year Daniel Magnuson was replaced by Will Anderson.

On Frail Wings of Vanity and Wax (2006–2007)

In 2006 they added a new drummer Jeremy Bryan to replace Will Anderson and added guitarist/vocalist Adam Ferguson to their lineup.[7] They followed with a full-length album, entitled On Frail Wings of Vanity and Wax, in the summer of 2006. Many of the songs on the album take inspiration from Greek mythology, for example: "Ambrosia" is based on the story of king Midas and the Golden Touch along with his sufferings on living his life with his curse, and "The Third Temptation of Paris" is based upon the Trojan War,. In late 2006, they signed on to Fearless Records, which re-released their LP in March 2007 to mixed reviews and released a music video for "Ambrosia". In the same year, the song "Apology" in an acoustic version was featured on Punk Goes Acoustic 2. Later in the middle of the year, Steven Tomany left the band and was replaced by Shane Crump who had previously played bass for Your Name In Vain. They also played at the entire Warped Tour 2007. In early 2008, On Frail Wings of Vanity and Wax charted on the Billboard Heatseekers chart, peaking at #44.[8]

Where Myth Fades to Legend (2008-2009)
In 2008 Alesana finished recording their second album, "Where Myth Fades to Legend". The album was released on June 3, 2008 but was leaked on popular torrent sites on May 25. Where Myth Fades To Legend is also the title of their headlining tour with Sky Eats Airplane, Our Last Night, Lovehatehero, and The Chariot. Shane Crump was recently revealed in the intro to Alesana's 4th video blog on purevolume to be a vocalist on the new album. All the female vocals done on the band's albums are done by guitarist Shawn Milke's sister, Melissa. Alesana is touring as of November, and will head to the eastern United States, which includes shows in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania with A Static Lullaby, Greeley Estates, Jamies Elsewhere, and many more.

As with their previous album, the majority of the songs are related to fables and the members’ “Favorite Stories” compiled from The Brother’s Grimm. Except for “As You Wish”, that is based on the story The Princess Bride. The song “All Night Dance Parties In The Underground Palace” is partly based on the story "The Worn Out Dancing Shoes." The album was produced by Steve Evetts and recorded in Los Angeles, California. The song “Seduction” is said to be the first single from Where Myth Fades To Legend, as well as the music video, which was recorded late summer ‘08. The track “A Most Profound Quiet” has been released on their MySpace page. The Single “Seduction” was leaked onto the internet with the title “Subscription” on the Warped Tour 2008 compilation. According to guitarist/vocalist Shawn Milke, “This is Usually the Part Where People Scream” is influenced by the television show Heroes. “Obsession is Such an Ugly Word” features vocals from the entire band.

On the 2008 Warped Tour, Shane Crump briefly due to personal matters at home and Jake Campbell (Twelve Gauge Valentine guitarist) became a temporary fill in bassist. Upon Shane's return, Adam and the band parted ways and Jake is now the permanent rhythm guitarist.

In 2009 they have also been named along with Nine Inch Nails, Alice in Chains and The Bloodhound Gang to tour Australia with the Soundwave 2009 festival and also this spring Alesana toured with Drop Dead Gorgeous, Fear Before, I Set My Friends On Fire, and Fall From Grace on the World of Tourcraft tour

On January 20, 2009 the music video for "Seduction" was officially released and on March 10, 2009 the album Punk Goes Pop 2 was released which includes Alesana's cover of "What Goes Around...Comes Around" by Justin Timberlake.

Alesana's Where Myth Fades To Legend has also charted on the Billboard 200 at #96 and on the Billboard Hard Rock Album at #13.

The Emptiness (2009-Present)

In late February, Shawn Milke announced Alesana had started writing new material for their upcoming album. They began recording their third studio album, in July 2009, in Portland, Oregon, with producer Kris Crummett (Emarosa and DGD). The album, according to Shawn Milke on The Rave TV, will be entitled, "The Emptiness"[9]. The title "The Emptiness" has also been confirmed in a blog on the band's MySpace page. The band has made their progress in the studio viewable to fans through a Twitter account and an official website run by the band themselves. In mid July, Alesana had their MySpace page edited by Justin Reich with pictures that according to Shawn, hint towards themes in the concept album; the photos show the band in fine suits holding bloody weapons inside an abandoned room, and a newspaper article with a headline "Alesana Unveils New Story This Winter."[10]

It has also been mentioned that the album's setting is at the turn of the 20th century. The Twitter account updates reveal that Melissa Milke and Adam Fisher of Fear Before have contributed vocals to the album, and that Shawn Milke appeared as a guest on metalcore band Asking Alexandria's debut album, in the song "Hey There Mr. Brooks".

Shawn Milke declared on August 19 via Twitter,
“ It is 6:19 AM and I just finished my last scream...the record is finished..."The Emptiness" is complete...xo shawn ”
concluding the band's recording session, which began on July 10. Alesana then set out for North Carolina to rest before they began their Vs. tour, which they are currently headlining and performing with bands The Bled, Enter Shikari, Broadway, Madina Lake, and Asking Alexandria. On the Vs. tour, Alesana's set included 2 new songs titled "To Be Scared By An Owl" and "The Thespian". Soon after concluding their month long Vs. tour, Alesana headlined the "You'd Be Way Cuter In A Coffin" Tour with From First To Last, The Word Alive, Asking Alexandria, and Memphis May Fire.

On October 2, Shawn and Dennis held a second interview with where they revealed that they were shooting a music video in the fall for one song off of their new CD. The two screamers went on to tell Linda, the interviewer, that due to their large fan base in Mexico and South America, they would be releasing a Spanish version of 2 of their songs. Shawn also revealed that the album, The Emptiness, is to be released on January 26, 2010[11]. The band finally released the track listing and cover art to the new album on November 10 on their myspace blog[12] On November 23, Alesana released their first recorded work off of The Emptiness, "To Be Scared By An Owl" and began to promote it as a single[13]. The same week, they entered the studio to begin filming their third video which according to, is "The Thespian", the song was released on December 8th, 2009.

In the spring of this year, Alesana will tour the U.S. with A Skylit Drive, The Word Alive, Of Mice & Men, and We Came As Romans.

On January 22, Alesana uploaded all of their songs from the upcoming album on their myspace for free streaming.[14]

Shawn stated on their MySpace-
“ Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, today is a VERY exciting day for Alesana! we have released a streaming version of The Emptiness in its entirety today right here on myspace! this is your first chance to hear our story from start to finish!

The Emptiness received a ( 2.5 / 5.0 ) by AP Magazine (, a 7/10 by RockSound (, a ( 2.0 / 5.0 ) by RRR (,and a ( 4.0 / 5.0 ) by Lexington Music Press (www.lexingtonmusicpress). [15]

Band Members:
Dennis "Denny Diablo" Lee – screaming vocals (2004-present)
Shawn Milke – vocals, guitar, piano (2004-present)
Patrick "Peezee" Thompson – lead guitar, backing vocals during live performance (2004-present)
Jeremy "Jables" Bryan – drums (2005-present)
Shane Crump – bass guitar, vocals (2007-present)
Jake Campbell – rhythm guitar, backup vocals (2008-present)

Former Members:
Adam "Huckleberry" Ferguson – rhythm guitar, backing vocals (2005-2008)
Steven Tomany – bass (2004-2007)[16]
Will Anderson (never toured or recorded) – drums (2005 for two weeks)
Daniel Magnuson (never toured) – drums (2004-2005)

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Lamb Of God

Biography :

Lamb of God is an American heavy metal band from Richmond, Virginia, formed in 1994. Lamb of God consists of vocalist Randy Blythe, guitarists Mark Morton and Willie Adler, bassist John Campbell, and drummer Chris Adler and is a member of the New Wave of American Heavy Metal.[1][2] [3]

Since its formation, Lamb of God has released six studio albums, one live album, and three DVDs. The band's cumulative sales equal almost two million in the United States. In 2007 the band received a Grammy nomination for their 2006 album Sacrament. Lamb of God has toured with the Ozzfest twice and appeared on Slayer's The Unholy Alliance Tour in 2006. They have also played at many other major festivals around the world including Download Festival and Sonisphere Festival in the UK, Soundwave Festival and Gigantour. Recently, (as in 2008-2009) they have toured with Metallica (World Magnetic Tour). And will be on the main stage of Rockstar Mayhem Festival in 2010

Formation and Burn the Priest (1994–1999)

In 1990, guitarist Mark Morton, drummer Chris Adler and bassist John Campbell started a band named Burn the Priest. The band members knew each other from the college they were all attending, Virginia Commonwealth University, in Richmond, Virginia.[4] Morton left the band soon after its inception to receive his master's degree. Adler and Campbell replaced Morton with Abe Spear. For the next five years, the band practiced in Richmond and around Virginia. In 1995, the band released its self-titled first demo. After the demo, Burn the Priest recorded two split albums with Agents of Satan and ZED respectively.[5] After the band's first three demos, Burn the Priest added vocalist Randall Blythe to its line up.[5]

In 1997, Morton returned to the band. Two years later, the band released its first full-length self-titled album, Burn the Priest, through Legion Records. Mikey Bronsnan of Legion Records saved up $2,500 for the recording and then broke them in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania through DIY shows.[6] The album was produced by Today Is the Day guitarist and vocalist Steve Austin. Spear left the band, leaving an open position for a guitarist. Chris Adler's brother, Willie Adler, became the band's second guitarist a year later, and a deal with Prosthetic Records was signed.[5] After being banned from playing in certain places (some venue owners believing the band possessed an "evil" name),[7] Burn the Priest changed their name to Lamb of God.

New American Gospel and As the Palaces Burn (2000–2003)
With a new name and label, the band released its second album, New American Gospel, in September 2000.[8] Patrick Kennedy of Allmusic compared the band to Pantera stating, "The essential signatures of post-Pantera metal are in abundance on Lamb of God's inaugural album. New American Gospel provides a mighty oak upon which gritty American metal's faith is maintained, effectively bridging the '90s' insistence upon drill-sergeant technicality and the old school's determined focus on riff construction."[8] Chris Adler commented: "This is a classic record. We had all the elements come together to make one of the heaviest, yet contagious records of our career. It was difficult to contain us—we didn't even understand at the time what we had created."[9]

Lamb of God toured for two years before releasing its third studio album, As the Palaces Burn, on May 6, 2003. Kirk Miller of Rolling Stone gave the album three out of five stars, writing that "unlike many of their overreaching, Slipknot-influenced contemporaries, Lamb of God deliver a meticulously crafted metal assault."[10] The album was voted the number one album of 2003 by both Revolver Magazine and Metal Hammer. The band toured on the first Headbangers Ball tour, where they recorded a DVD including live performances and a documentary, titled Terror and Hubris. The DVD was a success, debuting at number 31 on the Billboard Top Music Videos chart.[11][12]

Ashes of the Wake (2004–2005)
Lamb of God released Ashes of the Wake in August 2004, which debuted at number 27 on the Billboard 200, and sold over 35,000 copies in its first week.[13][14] The album was distributed through the band's new record label, Epic Records. Johnny Loftus of Allmusic praised the album, saying "With the genre getting clogged by PVC goofs and Alice in Chains impersonators, Lamb of God balances the equation of power, rage, tradition, and craft. It kills the filler."[15] The title track of the album featured Testament and ex–Megadeth guitarists Alex Skolnick and Chris Poland, respectively.[15]

The band supported Ashes of the Wake with extensive touring, including a second stage slot on Ozzfest in 2004,[16] and the 2005 Sounds of the Underground tour.[17] The band was awarded 2nd Best Album of the Year by Revolver Magazine behind Mastodon's Leviathan, and was awarded Best Music Video for "Now You've Got Something to Die For" (2005).[18] While on tour, the band recorded a performance and released it with the name of Killadelphia. The release was made available as a DVD and a CD.[19] The DVD was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America in 2007.[20]

In 2006, the first single from the album, "Laid to Rest", was featured as a playable track in Guitar Hero II[1] and rereleased for Guitar Hero: Smash Hits, and was later used as downloadable content for Rock Band[2]

Sacrament (2005–2007)
In August 2006 Lamb of God released its fifth studio album, Sacrament. The album debuted at number eight on the Billboard 200 and sold nearly 65,000 copies in its first week of sales, nearly doubling the first week sales of Ashes of the Wake.[13] The album received generally positive reviews, with Cosmo Lee of Stylus Magazine stating, "Sacrament has the band's most memorable songs to date. Musically, there's no fat. The band plays with laser precision and songs move smoothly through riffs and transitions."[21] Ed Thompson of IGN referred to Sacrament "one of the best metal albums of 2006",[22] and Jon Pareles of Blender called it a "speed rush all the way through".[23]

The band appeared on major tours to support the album, including The Unholy Alliance with Slayer, Mastodon, Children of Bodom, and Thine Eyes Bleed,[24] Gigantour, supporting Megadeth;[25] main stage at Ozzfest;[16] an appearance at the Download Festival, and an exclusive co-headlining tour with Killswitch Engage, Soilwork, and Devil Driver where Killswitch Engage and Lamb of God shared headlining spots alternately each show.[26] Lamb of God was nominated for Best Metal Performance at the 2007 Grammy Awards for "Redneck", but lost out to Slayer's "Eyes of the Insane".[27]

In December 2007, the band re-released the album as Sacrament: Deluxe Producer Edition. The release contained all of the original songs from Sacrament on the first disc, and the second disc was a CD-ROM featuring all of the vocal, bass, guitar, and drum tracks in 192kbit/s MP3 format, enabling the buyer to produce their own interpretation of the songs. Blythe stated, "you sometimes have to do something special to get kids to even buy an album these days rather than download it."[28] The band is taking a break to write new material throughout 2008 and prepare a new record for release, slated for 2009. The band is negotiating for a new record label to distribute records outside the United States. Chris Adler stated Epic Records in the United States "couldn't be more perfect", but wants a different label for international releases.[29] The band later inked a deal with Roadrunner on 1 May 2008 for distribution outside the United States.

Walk with Me in Hell and Wrath (2008 onward)
On May 3, Lamb of God announced via MySpace their new DVD, Walk with Me in Hell, would be released on July 1, 2008. The DVD is a double-disc and has nearly five hours of footage, containing the feature documentary Walk with Me in Hell and multiple live performance extras from the Sacrament World Tour. At the end of the Walk with Me in Hell documentary the members stated that they are excited more than ever to write new material.

In August, 2008, it was announced that the band had commenced work on the follow-up to Sacrament, and that its release was scheduled for February, 2009. Josh Wilbur was also named as the producer for the record.[30] They will also be touring with Metallica as a direct support act starting in December 2008.[31]

The recording process of the new record was made available to view online live through the band's website, with two webcams installed in the studio (specifically in the drum room and mixing room).[32]

Their latest album is named Wrath [33] and was released on February 23, 2009 internationally via Roadrunner Records and on February 24, 2009 in America via Epic Records. The album is dedicated to Mikey Bronsnan, who helped them get started in Philadelphia, PA. In November 2008, Bronsnan was killed by a drunk driver. According to drummer Chris Adler, "Without Mikey, we'd very well might not be a band today."[34] Drummer Chris Adler was quoted saying "This album is going to surprise a lot of people. Typically bands that get to where we are in our career begin to slack off, smell the roses and regurgitate. We chose a different path. No one wants to hear another band member hyping a new record. ‘Wrath’ needs no hype. We have topped ourselves and on February 24 you will feel it." With that said, "Wrath" debuted on the Billboard 200 at number two, selling over 68,000 copies in its first week.[35]

In support of Wrath, the band in spring of 2009 embarked on the first leg of their world tour, No Fear Energy Tour headlined by themselves with main support from Children of Bodom and As I Lay Dying, and rotating opening slots with God Forbid and Municipal Waste.[36] The tour was a massive success for the band with rave reviews and large turnouts at each show. The band played in Europe in the summer to perform with Metallica on the World Magnetic Tour along with Mastodon, while also playing headlining shows of their own and performing at major European festivals. For the final six dates of the tour, Unearth's Buz McGrath filled in for Mark Morton, as he left early to be with his wife and his first child.

Lamb of God has been announced to also serve as Metallica's direct support for the North American leg of their 2009 world tour, as well as finishing the year off by headlining shows in Australia and New Zealand with Shadows Fall and DevilDriver.

Commenting on the dispute over lineup slots at the UK Sonisphere Festival where Limp Bizkit were booked into the slot previously given to Machine Head, Willie Adler said of Limp Bizkit "I wouldn’t wanna open up for Limp Bizkit! They’ve been out of the scene for so long, I mean, who cares? Who cares about Limp Bizkit? [...] Fuck those dudes! Fuck that band, and fuck all the people who work for that fuckin’ band!" [37]

Lamb of God has also been nominated for a Grammy in 2010 for the Best Metal Performance category, with "Set to Fail" but lost out to Judas Priest.

Musical style

Lamb of God was originally an instrumental band called Burn the Priest, and included vocals after Randy Blythe joined. Since the success of the release of 2004's Ashes of the Wake[38][39] the band has been considered a leader of the "New Wave of American Heavy Metal".[1]

Burn the Priest and early Lamb of God has been defined as a thrash metal, death metal and hardcore punk[39] or grindcore[40] hybrid with a strong element of power groove, which often connects Lamb of God with the influential metal band Pantera. Another connection between Pantera and Lamb of God is the fact that both were and are highly influential metal bands from the Southern United States, Texas and Virginia, respectively. Along with Mastodon, from Georgia, Lamb of God could currently be helping to strengthen a young tradition of great southern metal that was first pioneered by Pantera.[8][15][39][41][42][43] Burn the Priest and early Lamb of God include growling death metal vocals.[39] The style has been considered to vary between several different genres, including hardcore punk, thrash metal, and even possessing sludge metal influences.
New American Gospel continues in a similar style as Burn the Priest, with drum-heavy production of alternate picking and double-kick drumming.[8] Here, the band has been considered by Allmusic to be effectively bridging the 1990s' tendency towards technicality and early metal's focus on riff construction and plays a brand of heavy metal described as not unlike Meshuggah without some of their mathematical components.[8][41]

2003's As the Palaces Burn saw the band's compositions focusing more on what some have called "memorable" riffs.[42] On 2004's Ashes of the Wake, they continued the progression of As the Palaces Burn with more frequent guitar solos.[15]

Sacrament, released in 2006, was described by critics as more technical, especially considering the vocal performance. Again, the band experimented with more melody and guitar solos; however, the band has also been often reproached by the critics for the similarity of the songs within their albums.[43][44] This album is the primary representative of a growing development in the direction of the epic. Specifically 'Sacrament' and 'As the Palaces Burn' share many elements that could be considered musically 'darker' than opposing releases (extensive use of minor classical scales, for example).

Due to the variety of influences, stylistic elements and changes throughout the band's career the press has chosen several genres and terms to describe Lamb of God's music. Lamb of God has been labeled as a Groove Metal band. Campbell, on the Walk With Me in Hell DVD, says that Lamb of God is "a punk band that plays heavy metal", while Chris Adler refers to Sacrament as a speed metal album.

Band Members:
Randy Blythe – lead vocals (1995 onward)
Mark Morton – lead guitar (1990, 1997 onward)
Willie Adler – rhythm guitar (1998 onward)
John Campbell – bass (1990 onward)
Chris Adler – drums (1990 onward)

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Biography :

Hatebreed is an American metallic hardcore band from Bridgeport and New Haven, Connecticut. The band was founded in November 1994 by Jamey Jasta, Dave Russo, Larry Dwyer, and Chris Beattie. The current lineup is Jamey Jasta (lead vocals), Frank "III Gun" Novinec (guitar), Chris Beattie (bass guitar), Wayne Lozinak (lead guitar), and Matt Byrne (drums). They take influences from thrash metal[1] and hardcore punk. Their sound also has influenced modern metalcore bands.

Hatebreed was formed in 1994 in Bridgeport, Waterbury and New Haven, Connecticut. Their influnces include Agnostic Front, Cro-Mags, Slayer, Metallica, and Sepultura. They began by recording a three song demo and selling it to locals. Those three songs would eventually be released on a split seven inch with New York's Neglect in 1995. They followed that up with the highly acclaimed EP Under the Knife in 1996, and the following year released Satisfaction is the Death of Desire on Victory Records, then the home of some of the biggest bands in metalcore. Satisfaction sold more copies than any other debut in the history of the record company.

A constant touring schedule pushed them beyond the boundaries of the hardcore punk scene, and tours with national metal bands such as Slayer, Deftones, Entombed and Napalm Death brought them to the attention of many non-hardcore/metalcore fans. These influences were apparent on the band's next two releases, 2002's Perseverance, and especially 2003's The Rise of Brutality.

After the release of The Rise of Brutality, the band took part in the 2004 Unholy Alliance tour in Europe with Slayer, Slipknot and Mastodon. In June, 2006, Hatebreed went on an extensive European tour which included a performance at the Download Festival in Donnington, UK. Immediately following this European tour, they played the main stage at Ozzfest 2006 alongside DragonForce, Lacuna Coil, Avenged Sevenfold, Disturbed, and co-headliners System of a Down. At this point, Mark Jubert had left the band to pursue a musical career with Bookworm.

The band's fourth album, Supremacy, was released in August, 2006, their first through Roadrunner Records, featuring new guitarist Frank Novinec (who had previously spent time playing with Ringworm, Terror, and Integrity). Jasta described it as an "all-out onslaught of completely adrenaline-charged, in-your-face brutality"[2].

Hatebreed still maintains tight connections to the hardcore community, evidenced by the lineup for the their 10 year anniversary show at Toad's Place on November 25 and November 26, 2005 in New Haven: Neglect, One 4 One, Irate, and reunions by All Out War and Skarhead.

On September 13, 2006, former guitarist Lou "Boulder" Richards committed suicide at the age of 35. Richards played on 1997's Satisfaction Is The Death Of Desire and 2002's Perseverance before leaving the band later that year. Jasta issued the following statement regarding Richards' passing:
“ As many of you may have heard, and we were sorry to learn, our former guitar player Lou "Boulder" Richards passed away yesterday. It is very unfortunate that he could not see any other way to conquer his demons. We hope he has finally found some peace. Our hearts go out to Vera and his family and friends. ”

Hatebreed headlined the second stage on the 2007 Ozzfest tour.

Jamey Jasta confirmed that Hatebreed is working on a new album in an interview shown during the Headbanger's Ball.

Hatebreed will release a concert DVD titled "Live Dominance" on September 2, 2008, and the next Hatebreed album will be a cover album. Artists covered will include Metallica, D.R.I., Crowbar, and the Cro-Mags.[3]

Hatebreed appeared at Wacken Open Air festival in 2008 alongside Iron Maiden, Children of Bodom, and Avantasia.

In April 2008, Hatebreed signed a worldwide deal with Koch Records for the release of their live DVD, a live album, and a cover album entitled "For The Lions" releasing May 5.

February 9, 2009 Guitarist Sean Martin quit the band. Jamey Jasta said the following, "I speak on behalf of all of us and we support Sean's decision to leave and want him to be happy and successful at everything he does. There are no bad feelings at all and you'll probably see him hanging on stage at some of our local shows. We're family and he will be missed but Hatebreed will forge on." Sean Martin added, "After 10 years, I've decided to leave Hatebreed. This in no way reflects my personal relationship with Jamey, Chris, Matt and Frank; they're four of my closest friends and I'll always love them with all my heart. I want to thank all of the fans as well as the guys in the band and crew, past and present, for giving me some of the best times of my life."

Hatebreed's fifth studio album, entitled Hatebreed, has been released September 29, 2009. This album was For The Lions. [4]

On July 30, Hatebreed returned to their home state of Connecticut, to film a video for the first single off their new album. They are currently residing in Wallingford, CT.

The band has been confirmed to participate in the third annual Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival for Mayhem Festival 2010. They will play on the Jagermeister Stage alongside Winds of Plague, Shadows Fall, & Chimaira. The festival will be co-headlined by Rob Zombie & Korn.

Band Members:
Jamey Jasta – vocals (1994-present)
Chris Beattie – bass guitar (1994-present)
Wayne Lozinak – guitar (1994–1996, 2009-present)
Matt Byrne – drums (2000-present)
Frank Novinec – guitar (2005-present)

Former Members:
Jeff Mielcarz - Drummer (Left before recording first EP)
Larry Dwyer, Jr. – guitar (1994–1996)
Dave Russo – drums (1994–1996)
Matt McIntosh – guitar (1996–1999)
Jamie "Pushbutton" Muckinhaupt – drums (1997–1999)
Rigg Ross - drums (1999-2000)
Nick "Nickel P" Pappantonio - drums (2000)
Lou "Boulder" Richards (deceased) – guitar (1997–2002)
Sean Martin – guitar (2000–2009)

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Tuesday, February 2, 2010

My Chemical Romance Albums

I Brought You My Bullets,You Brought Me Your Love

1. Romance
2. Honey, This Mirror Isn’t Big Enough for the Two of Us
3. Vampires Will Never Hurt You
4. Drowning Lessons
5. Our Lady of Sorrows
6. Headfirst for Halos
7. Skylines and Turnstiles
8. Early Sunsets Over Monroeville
9. This Is the Best Day Ever
10. Cubicles
11. Demolition Lovers

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Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge

1. Helena
2. Give Em Hell Kid
3. To The End
4. You Know What They Do
5. I’m Not Okay
6. The Ghost Of You
7. The Jetset Life Is Gonna Kill You
8. Interlude
9. Thank You For The Venom
10. Hang ‘Em High
11. It’s Not A Fashion Statement
12. Cemetery Drive
13. I Never Told You

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The Black Parade

1.The End.
3.This Is How I Disappear
4.The Sharpest Lives
5.Welcome To The Black Parade
6.I Don’t Love You
7.House Of Wolves
13.Famous Last Words
14.Hidden Track

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Simple Plan Albums

Still Not Getting Any

1. Shut Up
2. Welcome To My Life
3. Perfect World
4. Thank You
5. Me Against The World
6. Crazy
7. Jump
8. Everytime
9. Promise
10. One
11. Untitled

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NoPads,No Helmets Just Balls

1. I’d Do Anything
2. Worst Day Ever
3. You Don’t Mean Anything
4. I’m Just A Kid
5. When I’m With You
6. Meet You There
7. Addicted
8. My Alien
9. God Must Hate Me
10. I Won’t Be There
11. One Day
12. Perfect
13. Grow Up

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Simple Plan

1. When I’m Gone
2. Take My Hand
3. The End
4. Love Is A Lie
5. Save You
6. Generation
7. Time To Say Goodbye
8. I Can Wait Forever
9. Holding On
10. No Love
11. What If

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Hoobastank Albums

The Greatest Hits

1. Crawling In The Dark
2. My Turn
3. Out Of Control
4. The Reason
5. Born To Lead
6. Inside Of You
7. Just One
8. Running Away
9. Pieces
10. Same Direction
11. Remember Me
12. If I Were You
13. So Close, So Far
14. All About You
15. Disappear
16. The Letter (Feat. Tsuchiya Anna)
17. Did You (from Spiderman 2 soundtrack)
18. Connected (from Halo 2 soundtrack)
19. The Reason (Acoustic)
20. All About You (Live)

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1. Crawling In The Dark
2. Better
3. Ready For You
4. Running Away
5. Pieces
6. Losing My Grip
7. Never Saw It Coming
8. Remember Me
9. Too Little Too Late
10. Hello Again
11. Let You Know
12. Up And Gone
13. Open Your Eyes
14. Give It Back

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The Reason

1. Same Direction
2. Out Of Control
3. What Happened To Us?
4. Escape
5. Just One
6. Lucky
7. From The Heart
8. The Reason
9. Let It Out
10. Unaffected
11. Never There
12. Disappear

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1. My Turn
2. I Don’t Think I Love You
3. So Close, So Far
4. All About You
5. The Letter
6. Tears Of Yesterday
7. Sick Of Hanging On
8. You’re The One
9. Who The Hell Am I?
10. You Need To Be Here
11. Gone Gone Gone

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NOFX Albums

Cokie The Clown

1.Cokie the Clown
2.Straight Outta Massachusetts
3.Fermented and Flailing
4.Codependence Day
5.My Orphan Year (Acoustic)

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Heavy Petting Zoo

1. Hobophobic (Scared of Bums)
2. Philthy Phil Philanthropist
3. Freedom Lika Shopping Cart
4. Bleeding Heart Disease
5. Hot Dog in a Hallway
6. Release the Hostages
7. Liza
8. What’s the Matter With Kids Today?
9. Love Story
10. Black and White, The
11. Whatever Didi Wants
12. August 8th
13. Drop the World

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1.We Called It America
2.The Quitter
3.First Call
4.My Orphan Year
5.Blasphemy (The Victimless Crime)
6.Creeping Out Tegan
7.Eddie, Bruce, And Paul
8.Best God In Show
9.Suits And Ladders
10.The Agony Of Victory
11.I Am An Alcoholic
12.One Million Coasters

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1.We Called It America
2.The Quitter
3.First Call
4.My Orphan Year
5.Blasphemy (The Victimless Crime)
6.Creeping Out Sara
7.Eddie, Bruce and Paul
8.Best God In Show
9.Suits and Ladders
10.The Agony of Victory
11.I Am an Alcoholic
12.One Million Coasters

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War On Errorism

1.The Seperation Of Church And Skate
2.The Irrationality Of Rationality
3.Franco Un-American
4.Idiots are Taking Over
5.She’s Nubs
9.Anarchy Camp
10.American Errorist(I Hate Hate Haters)
11.We Got Two Jealous Agains
12.13 Stitches
13.Re-gaining Unconciousness
14.Whoops, I OD’d

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MXPX Albums

Punk Rawk Christmas

1.Punk Rawk Christmas
2.Christmas Day
3.Christmas Only Comes Once A Year
4.Coming Home For Christmas
5.You’re The One I Miss (This Christmas)
6.Christmas Party
7.Christmas Night Of The Living Dead
8.So This Is Christmas?
9.It’s Christmas And I’m Sick
11.Late Great Snowball Fight of 2006
12.Gimme Christmas
13.Another Song About Christmas
14.Auld Lang Syne

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Left Coast Punk

1.One Step Further
2.Desperate to Understand
4.Shanghaied in Shanghai
5.Hopeless Case

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Life In General

1.Middle Name
2.My Mom Still Cleans My Room
3.Do Your Feet Hurt
4.Sometimes You Have to Ask Yourself
5.Wonder Years, The
6.Move to Bremerton
7.New York to Nowhere
9.Your Problem, My Emergency
10.Chick Magnet
11.Today Is in My Way
12.Sorry So Sorry
13.Doing Time
14.Correct Me If I’m Wrong
16.Destroyed by You

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On The Cover 2

1.Punk Rock Girl
2.I Will Follow
3.Suburban Home
4.(I’m Gonna Be) 500 Miles
5.My Brain Is Hanging Upside Down (Bonzo Goes to Bitburg)
7.Heaven Is a Place on Earth
8.Kids in America
9.Fallen Angel
10.Should I Stay or Should I Go
11.Linda Linda (English)
12.Somebody to Love

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1.The Darkest Places
2.Young And Depressed
3.Heard That Sound
4.Cold Streets
5.The Story
6.Wrecking Hotel Rooms
7.Late Again
8.Kicking And Screaming
9.Grey Skies Turn Blue
10.Emotional Anarchist
11.Call In Sick
12.Get Me Out
13.Waiting For The World To End
14.This Weekend

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Secret Weapon

1.Secret Weapon
2.Shut It Down
3.Here’s to the Life
4.Top of the Charts
5.Punk Rock Celebrity
9.Chop Chop
10.You’re on Fire
11.Bass So Low
12.Sad sad song
13.Never Better Than Now
14.Biting the Bullet
15.Not Nothing
16.Tightly Wound

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System Of A Down Albums

System Of A Down


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1.Prison Song
3.Deer Dance
4.Jet Pilot
6.Chop Suey!

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Steal This Album

1. Chic ‘N’ Stu
2. Innervision
3. Bubbles
4. Boom!
5. NĂ¼guns
6. A.D.D. (American Dream Denial)
7. Mr. Jack
8. I-E-A-I-A-I-O
9. 36
10. Pictures
11. Highway Song
12. F**k The System
13. Ego Brain
14. Thetawaves
15. Roulette
16. Streamline

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1. Attack
2. Dreaming
3. Kill Rock ‘N Roll
4. Hypnotize
5. Stealing Society
6. Tentative
7. U-Fig
8. Holy Mountains
9. Vicinity of Obscenity
10. She’s Like Heroin
11. Lonely Day
12. Soldier Side

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1.Soldier Side/Intro
6.This Cocaine Makes Me Feel Like I’m On This Song
7.Violent Pornography
9.Sad Statue
10.Old School Hollywood
11.Lost In Hollywood

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