Hatebreed’s Jamey Jasta Talks New Album Plans, Hopes For “Supremacy” Anniversary Tour


Though things could have changed in the time since the interview was conducted, Hatebreed frontman Jamey Jasta spelled out some plans for the bands new album during the recent ‘Motorboat Cruise‘ back around the beginning of October. He told Loudwire that the band should be in the studio in January to officially begin tracking the effort, with around 7-8 songs already written. The group are aiming to have it in stores in April/May. When asked if he will continue to take an anthemic approach to his vocals on the effort, he responded:

“…I think I’m going the opposite direction, because I feel like it’s what people expect. The next album, lyrically, what I’ve written, it’s more stories and commentary than it is personal and it’s real negative. [Laughs] So I think people are going to be – I don’t want to say thrown off by it — but I think that people might be like, ‘Whoa, what’s going on?’ We’ll see.”

He also mentioned he has some solo tracks written with Lamb Of God‘s Mark Morton and another with Doc Coyle (Vagus Nerve, ex-God Forbid). He’d also like to do a short tour celebrating the tenth anniversary of “Supremacy” next year—or at the very least a show where the album is performed in full.

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