Hatebreed have shared a video for "New Enemies," off last month's The Concrete Confessional LP. The performance clip finds the hardcore mainstays in their natural element, storming stages and stirring up chaos in graffiti-filled back alleys. Frontman Jamey Jasta, imposing as ever, takes several opportunities to sneer and shout through the lens — he's talking to you, punk! Check it out below.
Additionally, the group have curated a Spotify playlist of their favorite metal and hardcore songs for Playstation Music. Dying Fetus, Terror, Arch Enemy and Madball are but a few of the artists who made the cut (or rather, cuts — 22 of them, to be precise). Listen to it here.
Hatebreed's new clip arrives the same day as their Warped Tour kick-off performance in Albequerque, New Mexico. Their stint with the festival runs through August 8th. They'll head to Europe a few days later for shows in the Czech Republic, Belgium, England, the Netherlands and Germany. A full list of dates is available on Hatebreed's website.
Back in May, Jasta described "Seven Enemies" as a reflection on the Seven Deadly Sins, and their starring role in the story of man's downfall. "A lot of people gravitate towards their vices and sins and it dooms them," Jasta says. "They lead to destructive lifestyle patterns, and then that starts affecting the people around them."