Boundless (Time to Murder It)

Album: The Divinity Of Purpose (2013)
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  • Vocalist Jamey Jasta described this to Artist Direct as, "a simplistic song that'll get the crowd riled up." He added: "Lyrically, it also stays with something Hatebreed has always touched on, which is overcoming demons or enemies inside your mind."

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