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Hellyeah are super group comprised of Grammy nominated and chart topping musicians. Drummer Vinnie Paul hails from Pantera who are without doubt one of the most influential heavy metal bands of the past 20 years. Pantera has sold over 20 million albums worldwide and are one of the only Heavy Metal bands to ever debut at #1 on the Billboard top 200. Vocalist Chad Grey and guitarist Greg Tribbett hail from Grammy nominated Mudvayne who have sold 3.5 million albums in the U.S. Mudvayne have an impressive history at radio with multiple top 10 songs and also won the first every MTV2 award. Guitarist Tom Maxwell and bassist Bobzilla hail from Nothingface and Damageplan respectively and they match their band mate's ability and presence. With Band of Brothers they have found the perfect balance between their legacies and the good-time Hellyeah sound. Band of Brothers is heavier, meaner and more aggressive than their first two albums, but still retains their reverence for a good party. With this record, the band is clearly making the statement that they are back to their badass roots.
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  • Audio CD (July 17, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: July 17, 2012
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Eleven Seven Music
  • Run Time: 45 minutes
  • ASIN: B0082LUEW8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (79 customer reviews)
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To set the stage, I am one of Mudvayne's biggest fans, and I have been a faithful supporter of Pantera since 1992. When Chad Gray and Greg Tribbett from Mudvayne teamed up with Vinnie Paul, I eagerly anticipated the self-titled debut album of Hellyeah. Sadly, I found myself disappointed. I was expecting the same kind of lyrics Chad had been giving us since 2000, and I was hoping for the same complicated off-beats and hard-core metal I deeply admired from both Tribbett and Paul. The album, IMO, did not deliver. The band's follow up release, "Stampede", was an even bigger disappointment. It was so mediocre that I listened to some samples online and never bothered to buy the album.

When I saw that "Band of Brothers" was going to be released, I shrugged it off with a 'who cares', and didn't look back. It wasn't until I read that the album took "Best Rock Album of the Summer" on Loudwire that I meandered my way over to youtube and listened to the first few tracks.

The album begins with "War in Me", which is probably on par with the strongest singles from their debut release. Pretty good, but not the best stuff I've ever heard. However, the album kicks into overdrive with "Band of Brothers" and "Rage/Burn", and it never really looks back. This album sounds NOTHING like their previous releases. It sounds more like "The End of All Things to Come" meets "Vulgar Display of Power", and believe me, that is a good thing. Now, let's be honest. This is NOT "The End of All Things to Come" or "Vulgar Display of Power". Those two albums are icons and can never be replicated.
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Finally, Hellyeah finds their groove. Their first two albums were decent but still kinda hokey and gimmick-y, but now with "Band of Brothers," this heavy metal melting pot shows the world that they're much more mountain than molehill.

Some may say that it's a bit too similar to Pantera's gritty, Southern-friend brand of groove metal, and they are right ("Drink Drank Drunk" has Dimebag written all over it). Of course, Vinnie Paul is in Hellyeah, so there will always be some similarity, but Hellyeah modernizes the Pantera redneck-metal swagger with a bit more melody and Chad Gray's voice brings a vicious intensity that is more scream than snarl.

This is raucous party metal meant to blared at full volume at a biker gang rager, and Hellyeah isn't trying to mint a new metal coin. They've just found what works for them, and honestly, I'm glad they've stepped up to give groove metal the respect it deserves.
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I think anyone who loves Mudvaye will likely ejoy Band of Brothers. The lead singer's signature vocals are there and the guitar/bass/drums are awesome. Some have argued that the lyrics are superficial. I totally agree, but I think that's what the band intended. It's not supposed to be a clone of Mudvayne, or even Pantera. With a band name like "Hellyeah" you know what to expect.
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So you get the instant gratification of an MP3 download and then the follow up of a CD great bargin for the price. I have their earlier albums. This one doesn't disappoint and even has some of their experimental works as an added bonus.
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For fans of Pantera and Mudvayne, Hellyeah brings a little bit of both of their styles (Vinnie Paul of Pantera and Cud of Mudvayne). Their sound is awesome. I love that I can still listen to Vinnie's drumming and Cud's singing with this band since their former bands were two of my favorites. This album rocks from start to finish. I love when I can put on a cd and let it play all the way through without skipping any tracks.
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As I have noted in my other reviews, HellYeah are pretty consistent at making radio friendly rock/metal that is not amazing, but this outing is by far the worst album yet. I had really high hopes after the mediocre Stampede. There was a lot of lip service given by the band that the record company was responsible for the sound of the band's first two albums and they had left their old studio to be able to do things on their own, and with their pedigree, who wouldn't have been excited to hear this. They also said that they needed to pull out all of the stops here and go back to the roots of what made each member successful and reclaim their own sound. In reality, it was just the members selling what they knew that fans wanted to hear, as this is not even as hard as their first album, and lacks the soul or the continuity (not in terms of the album, but even the songs here seem to lack direction, and could have benefited from some serious edits and rewrites.) There are two stand out tracks here, neither of which made the single list, Rape/Burn and WM Free. The first here is an amazing drum song, with Vinnie really showing that he was the best drummer in the world at one point, and combining that with the technical prowess that Mudvayne were known for. I kind of expect to not like the radio singles, but have often found some of the deeper cuts more to my liking on their albums, and hearing this song really gave me high hopes for the rest of the album that would soon fall flat. Between You and Nowhere, while it tries to be the slower country ballad that we saw work so well in the first two albums, really is yet another paint by numbers would be single that falls flat.Read more ›
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