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Hatebreed, A Day In The Strife Tabs (ver.1)

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A Day In The Strife Tabs (ver.1)

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                Hatebreed
"a day in the strife"
tuning:  dropped C



|---000--at this part hit the tight part of the strings at the head--000000000---do 
the part again-|
|---000--------------2--------------------------000000000----------------|
|---000---------------t--------------------------000000000----------------|
|---000----------------i-------------------------000000000----------------|
|---000-----------------m-----------------------000000000----------------|
|---000------------------e-----------------------000000000----------------|
      this open part is muted   This is riff A

It changes a little here. You don't have to hit the high part of your strings at this 
part just mute the first strings with the same plam mute pattern listen to the song 
you'll figure it out.

|-7-333-5-000-7-333-5b5b-|
|-7-333-5-000-7-333-5b5b-|
|-7-333-5-000-7-333-5b5b-|		And so on and so forth throught the song
|-7-333-5-000-7-333-5b5b-|
|-7-333-5-000-7-333-5b5b-|		This is riff B
|-7-333-5-000-7-333-5b5b-|       

|0-1-0-1-|
|0-1-0-1-|
|0-1-0-1-|			And you play this a few times to throught the song sometime
|0-1-0-1-|			This is riff C
|0-1-0-1-|
|0-1-0-1-|

After this part u go back to riff B
Then it changes.....

|000000000000-222222-111111-|
|000000000000-222222-111111-|
|000000000000-222222-111111-|
|000000000000-222222-111111-|
|000000000000-222222-111111-|
|000000000000-222222-111111-|

After u play this part a few time (remember listen to the song) go back to riff C
And after u play that u play the riff A but only the open palm mute part, the pattern 
changes alittle but u can figure it out.		OK thats it!   KEEP MOSH
            
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