Hatebreed launches iTunes pre-order for 'The Divinity of Purpose'

November 19, 2012
imgHatebreed’s forthcoming new studio album, The Divinity of Purpose (Razor & Tie) is available for pre-order beginning today on iTunes in the United States & Canada. When fans pre-order the album, they’ll also receive an instant download of the opening track, “Put It To The Torch.”
Hatebreed also reveals the complete track listing for The Divinity of Purpose:
1. Put It To The Torch                                        7. Dead Man Breathing
2. Honor Never Dies                                          8. The Divinity Of Purpose
3. Own Your World                                            9. Nothing Scares me
4. The Language                                              10. Bitter Truth               
5. Before The Fight Ends You                          11. Boundless (Time To Murder It)
6. Indivisible                                                      12. Idolized and Vilified

The Divinity of Purpose is set for release on January 29, 2013 in the U.S/Canada and on January 25th in the U.K./Europe.
The Divinity of Purpose was co-produced by Hatebreed, Zeuss (Suicide Silence, All That Remains, Shadows Fall) and Josh Wilbur (Lamb of God, Avenged Sevenfold). This is the band’s sixth album to date. Hatebreed has sold a combined 1.1 million albums in North America. Hatebreed is Jamey Jasta (vocals), Chris Beattie (Bass), Wayne Lozinak (Guitar), Frank Novinec (Guitar), and Matthew Byrne (Drums).
The band today completes a tour with Lamb of God, In Flames, and Sylosis. Hatebreed will play a few dates in December and then in January 2013the band will headline the EMP Persistence Tour 2013 in Europe.

Hatebreed Tour Dates with Lamb of God, In Flames, and Sylosis:

Mon/Nov-19        Orlando, FL                             @ House of Blues
Stillborn Fest 2012 Dates:
Wed/Dec 26         New Haven, CT                     @Toad’s Place
Thur/Dec 27        Poughkeepsie, PA                @ The Chance
EMP Persistence Tour 2013:
Jan-10                      Berlin – Astra (Germany)
Jan-11                      Lint – Eurocam Media Center (Belgium)
Jan-12                      Oberhausen – Turbinenhalle (Germany)
Jan-13                      Paris – Bataclan (France)
Jan-14                      Saarbrücken – Garage (Germany)
Jan-15                      Wiesbaden – Schlachthof (Germany)
Jan-16                      Hamburg – Docks (Germany)
Jan-17                      Stuttgart – LKA (Germany)
Jan-18                      Lichtenfels – Stadthalle (Germany)
Jan-19                      Dresden – Event Werk (Germany)
Jan-20                      Tilburg – O13 (Netherlands)
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