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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.
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.
When a band reaches a certain level of success, they’re no longer “cool” and are now “sell outs”. It’s part of associating with the underground and wanting to stay there. Looking beyond that simple way of thinking and listening to the content of the music itself, Chad Gray’s voice is incredibly unique with a grit and power unlike anything I’ve heard. His singing voice is part of that quality, able to sustain melodic notes with much skill that really rounds out his performance.
With that out of the way, Hellyeah’s Blood for Blood is an incredible album filled with some of the best music Chad Gray has ever produced and performed, thanks to some incredibly infectious melodies, as in Black December, Moth, Gift, and pretty much every single song on this amazing album.
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Awesome album, way more intense and powerful than any of their previous albums. Vinnie Pauls drumming is a flashback of his Pantera days. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Thomas Weidlich
how people can say this band isn't metal i'll never understand! this album throws down from start to finish and everyone I play this for is shocked how heavy and fast this is! Read morePublished 3 months ago by C. adams
I only like a few songs on this album but I primarily brought it because of HUSH. I relate to that song and wish I had a moment to Thank them for writing such an epic song.Published 4 months ago by a86