Jamey Jasta is the lead singer of New Haven-based hardcore band "Hatebreed" Jasta is also the former host of MTV's "Headbangers Ball".
New Haven, CT (PRWEB) September 24, 2014
Vileborn, the notorious Long Island metal heads, recently appeared on Monday's episode of "The Jasta Show"; The podcast of legendary Hatebreed frontman Jamey Jasta. The episode feautured special guest shock rocker and horror film director Rob Zombie, a man the band looked to for inspiration when writing their "Vileated EP" released in January.
On the episode, the Hatebreed front man talks at length with the shock rocker about his music and film career, along with the difficulties he faces when dealing with actors, budgets, and expectations.
Zombie has released over 10 albums and has directed modern cult classics such as "House of a Thousand Corpses" "The Devil's Rejects" and the 2007 remake of John Carpenter's "Halloween"
Jamey Jasta is the lead singer of New Haven-based hardcore band "Hatebreed", world famous for their seven studio albums and numerous hit songs. Jasta is also the former host of MTV's "Headbangers Ball". The podcast, hosted on JameyJasta.com, has featured artists such as Lamb Of God's Randy Blythe, Motionless In White's Chris Motionless, and Anthrax's Scott Ian.
Vileborn formed in 2012 and has been aggressively performing and recording since. They are widely known throughout their region for their out of control behavior, both on and off-stage. The band has built a devoted following across the world through social media and word of mouth. The band released a four-song EP in January called "Vileated" and plan to release a full-length album later this year.
The episode is available streaming and for download now in the iTunes store and on Jameyjasta.com