Bridgeport, Connecticut metal band Hatebreed just put out details regarding their 25th Anniversary tour that is set for next Spring. The 15-date tour will start here in Philadelphia on April 4. The show will start at 6:30 PM and will be at the Franklin Music Hall, formerly known as the Electric Factory. The tour will be a celebration of their work thus far, as they haven’t put out any new music since 2016 when they released The Concrete Professional.
Their 25th anniversary tour invites reflection on the first quarter century since Jamey Jasta, Wayne Lozinak, Chris Beattie, Larry Dwyer Jr, and Dave Russo started the band in 1994. The band is most known for their 2004 Perseverance album which included songs such as “I Will Be Heard”, “A Call for Blood”, and of course “Perseverance”. The hardcore band is known for the heavy and high energy that they bring, especially live.
Along with Hatebreed, the show will include a number of different interesting metal bands. The Philly show will be the only one of the tour that will also include former Hatebreed collaborator Municipal Waste. Also joining them will be Terror, Cro-Mags, and Fit for an Autopsy, all bands that have previously worked or toured with Hatebreed in the past.
April 4, 2019
Tickets start at $19
Franklin Music Hall
421 N 7th St
Philadelphia, PA 19123