March 21, 2024


The HATEBREED 30th anniversary celebrations continue deep into 2024. The Grammy-nominated hardcore icons, who are one of the most impactful and enduring bands of the modern era, have announced their Fall 2024 headline tour plans. The band will embark on a full, 30th anniversary trek that kicks off on September 26 in Portland, Maine and runs through October 27 in Norfolk, VA and includes stops in Canada. The band will be playing fan favorites and dragging deep cuts out of their beloved catalog. The announcement comes hot on the heels of this past weekend’s March Metal Matinee anniversary show in Hatebreed’s home state of Connecticut, as well as two sold-out shows at The Chance in Poughkeepsie, NY, and a completely sold out, four-night residency at Amityville Music Hall in Long Island back in January.

Special guests for the fall run include Carcass, Harms Way, and Crypta. Regular on-sales are set for Friday, March 22 at 10am local time. Get tickets here.

Hatebreed will also embark on a 30th anniversary run in Europe, with special guests Crowbar. The European tour dates are set for June 2024.

“We are extremely grateful to have hit this milestone and to be able to celebrate it with the some of the best bands and fans in the world! We cannot wait to see everyone on the road,” says singer Jamey Jasta.

“30 Years of Hatebreed! What a wild ride it has been! The ups, the downs, and all of the in-betweens… I have nothing but gratitude towards my bandmates and each and every one of our fans WORLDWIDE. We’re coming to see you all. Stay tuned,” states drummer Matt Byrne.

With dozens of pit-stirring anthems across albums, Hatebreed have built their reputation through decades of ruthless breakdowns and an Iron Man touring ethic, consistently selling out shows the world over. Over the course of its career, the band has gone from playing basements and backyards to being a featured, must-see attraction on countless festivals like Graspop, OzzFest, Warped, and Download, alongside massive high-profile tours. 

Described by Forbes as “more relevant than ever in the metal and hardcore community,” the quintet remains one of the most definitive live acts in music today and recently celebrated a milestone with their track “Looking Down The Barrel Of Today,” which surpassed 90 million global streams on Spotify, making it their single biggest career streaming track of the modern era. To date, Hatebreed have sold over 1.5 million albums in North America alone. Hatebreed’s most recent album, 2020’s Weight of the False Self, was praised as a “return to their hardcore roots” by Brooklyn Vegan. The album was deemed “one of their most aggressive to date” by Consequence and “pummeling” by Revolver, while Psychology Today called it “a blazing combination of extreme metal and hardcore punk.” Hatebreed remain one of the most vital bands in the hard rock scene.