The first in a series of four EPs, it hits stores on September 18!
Metal supergroup Hellyeah–featuring Vinnie Paul of Pantera, Chad Gray and Greg Tribbett of Mudvayne, Tom Maxwell of Nothingface, and Bob Zilla of Damageplane–released their third album, Band of Brothers, today. In celebration, they are inviting fans to join them for a live chat on their website, HellyeahBand.com, this afternoon. See below for complete info:
Good news for all you vinyl-loving metal heads out there. It was announced yesterday that, at long last, Pantera’s final three albums — The Great Southern Trendkill, Official Live: 101 Proof and Reinventing The Steel — will be reissued on vinyl. The news comes just two months after the release of the 20th anniversary deluxe [...]
The heavy metal supergroup give you the scoop on how they became a band of brothers.
Hellyeah have just posted a behind-the-scenes look at the making of their new music video for “Band of Brothers. Watch it below. “Band of Brothers” is the title track from the band’s upcoming third studio album, which is set for a July 17 release via Eleven Seven Music. Band of Brothers was recorded at drummer [...]
There’s still no firm release date for Down’s as-yet-untitled EP, but the band have been breaking out a new track live on their current mini-tour. You can check out fan-filmed footage of “The Misfortune Teller” below. In what’s proving to be a busy year for Phil Anselmo, the singer is also touting the release of [...]
Hellyeah have just unleashed a new music video for “Band of Brothers” online. Watch the David Brodsky-directed clip below. “Band of Brothers” is taken from the band’s upcoming third album of the same name, which is scheduled for a July 17 release via Eleven Seven Music.
Kill Devil Hill — the new metal band from former Pantera and Down bassist Rex Brown, drummer Vinny Appice, Pissing Razors guitarist Jason “Dewey” Bragg and guitarist Mark Zavon — have just released a new music video for their song “Strange.” Check it out below. “Strange” is taken from the band’s eponymous debut album, which [...]
For the first time (outside of eBay), Pantera’s Walk EP is now available in the U.S. The six-song EP is available through all major digital retail outlet, and you can pick it up on iTunes here. First released in Japan in 1993, the Walk EP features new mixes of “Walk,” “Fucking Hostile” and “By Demons [...]
The obvious reference point for Kill Devil Hill, the sludgy new supergroup featuring Rex Brown (Pantera, Down) and Vinny Appice (Black Sabbath, Heaven & Hell), is Alice in Chains, but, at its core, the their eponymous debut is a solid tribute to the old-school. There are the vibrato-laden vocals and mid-paced beats of Dio-era Sabbath, [...]