Connecticut-based hardcore/metal band HATEBREED will release an all-covers album, entitled "For the Lions", in May via Koch Records. The CD is expected to include HATEBREED's renditions of songs by SLAYER, MISFITS, METALLICA, JUDGE, CRO-MAGS, D.R.I., NEGATIVE APPROACH, AGNOSTIC FRONT, MADBALL, SHEER TERROR and OBITUARY, among others.
A snippet of HATEBREED's cover of SLAYER's "Ghost of War" is available for streaming on the band's MySpace page.
HATEBREED's "Live Dominance" DVD was released this past September. The disc features over two hours of live footage, including the full sold-out show at Harpo's in Detroit shot in March of 2008 on the band's Supremacy tour. The multi-camera concert was filmed entirely in high definition. The DVD also includes a ton of bonus features shot specifically for the release including brand-new band interviews, bonus live videos, fan testimonials, and much, much more.
"Live Dominance" was directed/edited by Toaster In A Tub's Kevin Custer with musical production/mixing coming from Grammy Award winner Josh Wilbur (LAMB OF GOD).
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