Justin Mauriello made a tag for the pop-punk community in the mid- to later ’90s as vocalist and guitarist for Orange State rap-punk group Zebrahead, where his distinctive performing complemented the rapping of co-frontman Ali Tabatabaee. The boisterous quintet released its third full-length recording, MFZB, in 2003, and the next year Mauriello required to writing tunes privately to soothe the developing creative variations he was going through with all of those other music group. This outside function eventually took on the life of its, and prior to the end of 2004 triggered Mauriello to create his leave from Zebrahead to start out a new music group and fully start to see the songs through. Centered out of Huntington Seaside, CA, I Hate Kate found existence around a like of power pop/rock and roll and required their moniker from your name of the friend’s then-girlfriend who Mauriello, well…hated. Bassist Scott Hayden and guitarist Jeremy Berghorst became a member of up as well as the group was off and operating. They 1st released the recording Take action One, and since it became a uncommon find as time passes, fifty percent of its tunes were later on re-recorded for the band’s eventual full-length, Embrace the Curse. The initial edition of Embrace the Curse was documented in 2006 at their producer’s house studio on a minor spending budget and released in Japan in Apr 2007. Amazing pop/rock and roll with large choruses and singalong melodies epitomized I Hate Kate, and unsurprisingly, the refined music quickly captured the attention from the development movie director of Denver radio train station KTCL. Favorite solitary “IT CERTAINLY IS Better” was performed repeatedly around the airwaves in early 2007, and listener support continuously took the track to the very best. A sold-out display at Denver’s Bluebird Theatre followed in the summertime, and Glassnote Information head Daniel Cup is at attendance. He loved what he noticed, and the music group was signed. From the year’s end, I Hate Kate got reentered the studio room to record a fresh tune and remix several old types with producer Tag Trombino (blink-182, Jimmy Eat Globe). Glassnote released the ridiculously catchy brand-new edition of Embrace the Curse in June 2008. By that time, shows with groupings like Public Distortion, Hot Scorching Heat, My Chemical substance Love, and Unwritten Rules had been performed in venues through the entire U.S., Canada, and Japan.