Hatebreed Mourn the Death of the American Dream on “A.D.”
What can I say about Hatebreed’s new single, “A.D.”, that hasn’t been said about literally every other Hatebreed song ever? It has a guitar solo, which isn’t common in Hatebreed songs. At no point does Jamey Jasta encourage the listener to believe in himself, rise, speak, never surrender, hang tight, remember that he’s good enough and smart enough and people like him, etc., so there’s that. Uh… that’s it. I mean, I like Hatebreed and I dig this, but if you have not traditionally enjoyed Hatebreed in the past, this will do nothing to change your mind.
Check out “A.D.” below. It will appear on Hatebreed’s new album, The Concrete Confessional, which comes out May 13 on Nuclear Blast. That very same day, the band kicks off a tour with DevilDriver; get dates here. And for those of you lacking in patience: you pre-order The Concrete Confessional on iTunes, you get an immediate download of “A.D.”