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Hellyeah is a rock band which formed in Dallas, Texas, United States in 2006. The band consists of Chad Grey (vocals), Greg Tribbett (guitar), Tom Maxwell (guitar), Bob Zilla (bass) and Vinnie Paul Abbott (drums). Grey and Tribbet are members of Mudvayne, Maxwell is a member of Nothingface, Zilla was a member of Damageplan and Abbott was a member of Pantera and Damageplan. The band has released two albums, "Hellyeah"…

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  • Say what you want about the other records, but Blood For Blood is incredible.
  • HellYeah interview with Chad at Download festival https://youtu.be/buuByA-Pegg
  • HellYeah! Rooooar!!!
  • Was the goal to set the bar SO LOW in the beginning that we're supposed to be 'blown away' by Blood for Blood... that album is about a 7/10 at best. The guitars lack ferocity... viciousness and integrity. The songs are so goddamn redundant and repetitious... I can't listen to the same riff with 1 or 2 changes for a chorus & mediocre bridge anymore.
  • Audiotopsy is coming!!! Look out... hey I stomached/supported this band through these first 4 records but now that BK Keeton, Tribbs & Matt (+ Perry) are doing Audiotopsy... this band becomes an AFTERTHOUGHT. I've loved and supported the musicians involved but this is not music that holds up very well after it is made... something about them, I guess they lack true chemistry or are too content or something. It really comes off in the weakness of the majority of these songs... I found some of them fun for a little while but when you come from Pantera, Mudvayne and Nothingface... this just isn't acceptable anymore. 5th album better be better than the 1st 4 combined otherwise it's time to shut this thing down, I've gotta be brutally honest...
  • @bcpeters1 Chad didn't (musically) write "Death Blooms"... I'm a massive fan of all of Mudvayne's work but when artists get older their priorities change. I think 'Blood for Blood' the last record was a big step in the right direction (after "Band of Brothers" was a small but significant one...) I'm a fan of all of Maxwell, Gray & Paul. It's solid, memorable stuff. Maybe not as 'ground-breaking' as Pantera, Mudvayne or even Nothingface was but that doesn't mean it doesn't have any value, either. I enjoy it for what it is... quality hard rock/metal music. Songs like "Moth" and "Hush" on this last record are good, don't care what anyone else says.
  • a "headlining" band with the top song around 300 plays. ahaha haha.. what the fuck. Amon Amarth is in the thousands.
  • Fuck the Haters...
  • Disgrace of a band
  • Band of Brothers !!!

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