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  • Audio CD (June 10, 2014)
  • Original Release Date: 2014
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Eleven Seven Music
  • ASIN: B00JZ4XBRG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (94 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,330 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Best Hellyeah album to date.
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I must buy for Heavy metal fans and fans who started to drift away from Hellyeah this album will just pull you back in again.
Andy
Good aggression, great vocals and lyrics, and ear melting instrument work.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By esthomas on June 10, 2014
Format: Audio CD
With Hellyeah not much ever changes. If you have heard any of the previous three albums then you can pretty well expect what you might find in "Blood For Blood." Take Pantera and Mudvayne, and then mix them together with a heavier groove. The end result is Hellyeah.

With that being said, "Blood For Blood" isn't just a clone of the last three albums. The song structures are the same; however, this album appears to have a slightly tighter and well executed approach to the songs then on previous efforts. Vinnie Paul's drum work is pummeling while Chad Gray's vocals are sharper then ever. You can really here in the music how much more comfortable the members are with one another as well as how they have all progressed as musicians.

If you hated Hellyeah before then "Blood For Blood" will probably not change your mind. For those of you who are already fans I think you may find yourself pleasantly surprised with this album. "Blood For Blood" is everything you would expect from Hellyeah with a tighter sound and a darker atmosphere.

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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By S. Duffin on June 16, 2014
Format: MP3 Music
HELLYEAH's Fourth Album, Blood for Blood, is their strongest offering to date. Unlike their other albums, you really hear some of the influence of the members' prior bands on this record. Several of the songs have a strong Nothingface vibe, like "Soul Killer" and "Black December", where Tom Maxwell plays chugging start-stop riffs and quirky open chords, while "Moth" sounds a lot like an old Mudvayne tune -- think of "World So Cold".

This record is really heavy at times, with "Say When" the heaviest of all. But the real highlights on this record are the slower songs, which are moody and lyrically strong. Lyrically, "Hush" may be one of their best ever. Possibly the most notable feature of this album is the fact that HELLYEAH dropped a lot of the cheesy lyrics about partying, beer, and cowboys, and took a more serious approach. Sure, this record isn't L.D.50 or Vulgar Display of Power, but it is indeed a strong offering from a band who seem to finally be finding their groove.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By WTEO on June 16, 2014
Format: Audio CD
Iv'e been a fan of Hellyeah since their very first self-titled album. Iv'e also found that each album that they've released had gotten better and better than the last. This is absolutely no exception. This one is darker and heavier than any of the previous 3 albums, and it's truly a change for the better.

Every element of the members' previous bands absolutely shine more than ever. You hear Mudvayne, Pantera, Nothingface and Bloodsimple elements very clearly in certain songs, most notably in Moth (Mudvayne), Say When (Pantera), and Hush (Nothingface). The clear sounding bass in each track bellows Bloodsimple as well (Black December, especially). My favorite track off the album would have to be Demons In The Dirt, it is pure aggression.

Overall, i think that everyone should absolutely give this album a chance, ESPECIALLY people who were disappointed by Hellyeah's previous albums. It's definitely worth one last shot.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Andre C. on August 27, 2014
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I'm a big fan of Pantera/Mudvayne but until this album was very disappointed with Hellyeah;, their previous albums weren't BAD, but they felt generic with mostly bad lyrics. I heard the lead single Sangre por Sangre on Octane, and thought it was decent, but didn't seem that special. However, I saw the MP3 album on sale here for 7 bucks, and I figured it was worth a shot. I'm very glad I did. Lyrically, this album is MUCH better than Hellyeah's previous works. As other reviewers have noted, there is very heavy influence from the group members' old bands on these songs, and they are rather good. Demons In The Dirt, Moth, Black December, and especially Hush (amazing lyrics) really stand out. If you like old Mudvayne/Pantera, even if you were never much of a Hellyeah fan, you'll most likely love this album after a listen or two. This album actually makes me look forward to their next work.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Scamp4553 on June 17, 2014
Format: Audio CD
I didn't really care for HELLYEAH's previous albums, despite me being a fan of MUDVAYNE and most of the other bands that the members of this band are also in. However, this album is a much different story. BLOOD FOR BLOOD is easily their best album to date. Featuring some of their heaviest material, and also their most radio-ready material, to date, HELLYEAH pretty much delivers to everyone here, and not just the "redneck metal" crowd, which happily is mostly abandoned on this effort. Highlights on this album include the relentlessly heavy SAY WHEN, as well as lead single SANGRE POR SANGRE, CROSS TO BIER, MOTH, BLACK DECEMBER, and album highlight HUSH.

Rating: 4 stars/5 stars
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By SlayerDisciple666 on July 20, 2014
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This album is terrific. I feel Hellyeah really stepped up to the plate and showcased their skill. There is no jumping around from style to style, showcased on their past albums. When listening to Blood for Blood, you can actually feel and hear that they found their niche. They realized where they want t be as artists and how they want to progress. They have found their sound. Thats why I loved this so much. Great, hard hitting rockers and even a deeper more personal lyricism such as Hush or Moth. I think when people look back at Hellyeah in a decade or two, this will be their classic album.
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