HATEBREED THE CONCRETE CONFESSIONAL Nuclear Blast Records
www.hatebreed.com Written by: Jackie Ryan
THE CONCRETE CONFESSIONAL starts off with front man JAMEY JASTA’S powerful vocals hitting you in the first song A.D. This album covers difficult topics that most people will ignore, government issues, social in justice’s, and crime. LOOKING DOWN THE BARREL OF TODAY if a great way to introduce what the band has to say about everything going on. The rest of the album is hard and not afraid to show you something different, strong vocals and hard-hitting drums. FROM GRACE WE’VE FALLEN has gripping guitars from WAYNE LOZINAK and FRANK NOVINEC. SOMETHING’S OFF is edgy and gripping, towards the end JAMEY shows off his voice in a different light, he has impressive vocals that compliment the drums and guitars. HATEBREED ends their newest album with SERVE YOUR MASTERS, after listening to it a couple of times it comes across as talking about corporate organizations and how we work for them, “you serve your masters well” is a great way to say this, coming from someone who has worked in retail for over 10 years. HATEBREED fans enjoy this new album that shows a lot of insight into our world.
JUST A GIRL WHO LOVES MUSIC BEING CREATIVE AND WRITING, THAT IS HOW THE EAST COAST ROMPER BECAME WHAT IT IS FOR THE MODERN ROCK WORLD