It’s been one year since PRODUCT OF HATE (co-managed by The Rock Father™) released their Napalm Records debut album, Buried in Violence (iTunes | Amazon). In the time since, the band has seen their audience grow, and their extended family on Facebook is a big part of that. When they signed their deal, the band had just 2,000 likes on the service, a number that was at 5,000 the week of the album release. In the year since, PRODUCT OF HATE has seen that number swell, hitting 50,000 fans this week – a number that continues to grow. As a band in 2017, the best thing that can happen is that listeners tell their friends. It’s old-school word-of-mouth in the digital age, and as a “thank you,” PRODUCT OF HATE and The Rock Father™ are giving you a shot at winning a signed, “Tour Edition” White Vinyl LP copy of Buried in Violence.
Confirmed PRODUCT OF HATE Tour Dates include:
Skinlab with Product of Hate and IKILLYA
- 5.31: Revere, MA @ Sammy’s Patio
- 6.1: Wallingford, CT @ Cherry St Station
- 6.2: NYC, NY @ Saint Vitus
- 6.3: Wilmington, DE @ Bar XIII
- 6.4: Washington, DC @ The Pinch
- 6.6: Chesapeake, VA @ Riffhouse Pub
- 6.7: Fayetteville, NC @ Drunk Horse Pub
- 6.8: Charlotte, NC @ The Milestone
More Dates TBA
2017 Summer Annihilation Tour with Product of Hate & IKILLYA
- 6.14: Houston, TX @ Acadia
- 6.16: Austin, TX @ Texas Music Ranch
- 6.17: Fort Stockton, TX @ The Garage
- 6.18: Gallup, NM @ Juggernaut Music
- 6.24: Santa Ana, CA @ Malone’s
- 6.27: Oakland, CA @ Oakland Metro Operahouse
- 7.1: Boise, ID @ The Shredder
- 7.4: Denver, CO @ Herman’s Hideaway
- 7.8: Barrington, IL @ Penny Road Pub
- 7.9: Lafayette, IN @ The Doom Room
- 7.15: Buffalo, NY @ Stamps
Local support on all dates.
About PRODUCT OF HATE: Born in 2007 in Southeastern Wisconsin, and hailed as “One of 12 Bands to Watch in 2016” by Metal Hammer, PRODUCT OF HATE’s debut album, BURIED IN VIOLENCE, hit #9 on the Billboard Heatseekers – East North Central Chart and was the #3 most added at metal radio the week prior to release as the first single, “Monster,” enjoyed heavy rotation on SiriusXM Liquid Metal. With the release of the video for “Revolution of Destruction,” BURIED IN VIOLENCE has spawned five official music videos, including “Kill. You. Now.,” “Monster,” “Blood Coated Concrete,” and “Unholy Manipulator,” in addition to both a lyric video and “Tour Edition” live video for “…As Your Kingdom Falls,” bringing the total clips from the album to seven.
Touring activities for BURIED IN VIOLENCE have seen PRODUCT OF HATE on the road with the likes of Allegaeon, Napalm Records labelmates The Agonist and Hammer Fight, in addition to a run with Mushroomhead, Sumo Cyco and Madame Mayhem.
BURIED IN VIOLENCE was recorded and engineered by Scott Creekmore at Mercenary Digital Studios in Zion, Illinois, with mixing and mastering handled by James Murphy (Death, Testament, Obituary) at SafeHouse Production in Florida.
PRODUCT OF HATE’s album-closing cover version of Ozzy Osbourne’s “Perry Mason” was declared one of the “Best of 2016” in SiriusXM Liquid Metal’s New Year’s Corridor of Covers to kick-off 2017.
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Promotion open to U.S. residents only, ages 18+, void where prohibited. One (1) Winner will be chosen at random on, about, or after April 17, 2017, and will be notified via email to confirm. If no response within 24 hours, an alternate winner will be chosen. Prizing provided and shipped by Product of Hate. This is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook.
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