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Release date: 25 January 2013
Style: Hardcore, Metalcore


7.8 | 81 votes


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01. Put It To The Torch
02. Honor Never Dies
03. Own Your World
04. The Language
05. Before The Fight Ends You
06. Indivisible
07. Dead Man Breathing
08. The Divinity Of Purpose
09. Nothing Scares Me
10. Bitter Truth
11. Boundless (Time To Murder It)
12. Idolized and Vilified

Lyrics (12)

James "Jamey Jasta" Shanahan - vocals
Frank Novinec - guitar
Wayne Lozinak - guitar
Matt Byrne - drums
Chris Beattie - bass

Additional info
Released on January 25th in UK/Europe and January 29th in North America.
The cover art was done by Eliran Kantor (Testament, Sodom etc.)

Guest review by
Cynic Metalhead

Whether you're an elitist, an American scene kid, a metalhead, a hardcore punk aficionado, or one of those old jaded folks at the back still clasping that Victory Records mail order from the 90s to your chest, you tend to get have certain amount of expectation of what Hatebreed's albums sound like. The Connecticut stompers signed up a new deal with Razor & Tie and you know what beauty comes with it: another mosh-inducing, pits-erupting brand new disc - namely The Divinity Of Purpose.

published 11.04.2014 | Comments (6)

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Cynic Metalhead - 16.09.2012 at 16:14  
Rating: 9 If they outdo their self titled album completely, i'll be love with this band again.
Misfit74 - 17.11.2012 at 22:35  
Rating: 7 I liked the self-titled. The title track and everyone bleeds now are particularly good. The new stuff sounds a bit less heavy thus far which I hope is not true w/ all the songs on the album. Here is the teaser:

Cynic Metalhead - 29.12.2012 at 18:32  
Rating: 9 Album trailer online.

Rulatore - 22.01.2013 at 13:24  
  Even though I'm not into this style, I expected to like it better, but well, it was some fun listen.
Misfit74 - 25.01.2013 at 00:07  
Rating: 7 If you like Hatebreed you should like this well enough. However, it does branch out a tiny bit with more backing vocal parts and metal melodic hooks in a few parts. Overall, it's Hatebreed doing their thing. Not as heavy in many ways like their earlier albums but the guitars, aggression on vocals, etc. is all there. Good, not great.
stupid noob - 25.01.2013 at 01:16  
  I cannot wait to listen to this!
m3ta1he4d - 26.01.2013 at 09:39  
Rating: 10 Still a hardcore album with a little bit of metal core. One of Hatebreed's best, in my opinion..
Cynic Metalhead - 06.02.2013 at 10:55  
Rating: 9 Fantastic album. It escalated last 3 albums easily.

Great stuff.
Jtbmetal123 - 06.02.2013 at 14:48  
Rating: 9 This album is way better than I was thinking it was going to be. Im shocked, Jamey's vocals sound awesome!
Cynic Metalhead - 17.02.2013 at 10:38  
Rating: 9 Well, get this album and run 12 miles in fucking 30 seconds.
Cynic Metalhead - 15.04.2014 at 16:59  
Rating: 9 Pfft, got the copy now.

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