Jamey Jasta is always working, but it's been a while since there has been a new Hatebreed album. He did a solo CD and Kingdom Of Sorrow album, and now Hatebreed's long-awaited The Divinity Of Purpose is being unleashed. There are no big surprises here, just well-executed and memorable hardcore/metalcore. The songs are anthemic, passionate and aggressive; everything you would expect. There are some really good songs, and several that are sure to get the pit moving during their live shows.
(CD cover courtesy Razor & Tie)