Straight To Your Face - Hatebreed - The Rise Of Brutality (CD, Album)

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  1. Straight to Your Face Lyrics: (Straight to your face) / (Straight to your face) / (Straight to your face) / With the truth! / The longer it takes for you to achieve / The faster they want to see.
  2. Oct 28,  · ‎Album · · 12 Songs 12 Songs, 31 Minutes Preview. The Rise of Brutality Hatebreed Metal ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Preview. TITLE TIME; 1 Tear It Down 2 Straight to Your Face 3 Facing What Consumes You 4 Live for This 5 Doomsayer 6 Another Day, Another Vendetta.
  3. Watch the video for Straight To Your Face from Hatebreed's The Rise Of Brutality for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Playing via .
  4. Your life is a fantasy. You want respect but you'll never earn it. Now you live out your blasphemy You want respect but you haven't done a thing to earn it. I'll be your DOOMSAYER, motherfucker. Your doom awaits you Cast down, defeated, never to rise. Cast down, defeated, never to rise again Wallow in your hypocrisy.
  5. Nov 16,  · from the album The Rise of Brutality. lyrics by Hatebreed. published by Devastation Music / Pound Gorilla Music (SESAC) Straight to your face with the truth. The longer it takes for you to achieve. The faster they want to see you break. It’s in their nature to try to destroy. What they know they could not help create.
  6. About Hatebreed Tour Albums. Hatebreed came on the Hard Rock / Metal scene with the appearance of the album 'The Concrete Confessional' published on November 30, The single '' was instantly a hit and made Hatebreed one of the most popular talents at that moment. Thereafter, Hatebreed came out with the most beloved album 'Perseverance' which features .
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Rise Of Brutality on Discogs. Label: Roadrunner Records - RR ,Moon Records (2) - MR • Format: CD Album • Country: Ukraine • Genre: Rock • Style: Hardcore, Heavy Metal3/5(1).
  8. Musically, Rise of Brutality is just as economic. The inclusionary anthem "Live for This" is reduced to the threatening rumble of Sean Martin 's guitar and a few well-placed Matt Byrne drum fills, the better for kids to recognize and revel in Jasta 's blood, sweat, and sheer honesty.9/

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