Unden!able (Deluxe Edition)
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Deluxe edition includes four bonus tracks. 2016 release. After 10 years, four albums and countless global tours as headliners and as participants on can't-miss rock festival bills, and sales of hundreds of thousands of albums, Hellyeah make their biggest and boldest statement yet with their fifth album, Unden!able. The band has risen in the hierarchy of rock and metal bands to elite status and are embarking on an 18 month cycle that will see the perform over 150 shows to 1 million fans. The momentum has been building with each album since the members of Pantera, Mudvayne, and Nothingface first joined forces. They have now had mass radio and video airplay that weekly reaches two million fans across multiple platforms. Unden!able was produced by Kevin Churko (Ozzy Osbourne, Five Finger Death Punch, Papa Roach to name a few).
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Hellyeah is a very polarizing band these days. It started as far back as their release of Band of Brothers. A lot of people have an opinion on them, bad and good, luckily it seems a lot more people like them. Even so, according to Chad Gray on their new single 'X' it wouldn't matter anyways. This has always been Hellyeahs outlook, one I can respect. I have enjoyed and followed them since their very first self titled album back in 2007.
Well, lets put it out there, if you haven't liked Hellyeah's previous efforts, you probably won't like this one. Unden!able is heavy, its got thick riffs and monster drums, with dark tones and interesting solo's. While it definitely can sound like a continuation of Blood for Blood, and that's not a bad thing, Hellyeah also switches things up a bit as the songs themselves are varied in sound and style. Hellyeah have kept the metal strong with songs like X, Scratch a Lie, Be Undeniable, Blood Plague, Live or Die, Start a Riot and Grave. Human, Leap of Faith and Love Falls slows down the tempo a bit, but they keep it heavy.
I Don't Care Anymore is the biggest variation in style in which they cover the Phil Collins song. Hellyeah turn it 80s metal and astonishingly Vinnie Paul had a 14 year old audio track of his legendary brother Dimebag Darrell manning guitar for this song in a never released instrumental cover, so guess what? The guitar you hear in the song is Dimebag playing! This cover is awesome and Chad Gray pushes the lyrics to their limits with his voice.
Tom Cat is definitely a riff beast and if I understand it he's the soloist, which I feel he writes some unique solos compared to some guitarists. There is a great solo on Blood Plague that sounds like both guitarists are doing a solo each one after the other. Kyle Sanders(new guy on bass, replacing Bob Zilla) has nice heavy bass riffing and does more than the usual rock/metal bassist does on a typical song. Christian Brady(new 2nd guitarist, taking Greg Tribbetts position)(update also he does some solos on here as well) definitely blends well with Tom and makes a good guitar edition to the band. Vinnie Paul, legendary Pantera drummer, is still rocking the drums. He's got some excellent drum play through out and keeps his playing fresh.
Chad is surprisingly experimenting with different singing voices and tones this time around, though his signature awesome screams and cleans are here, he is playing with some new ways of singing. His lyrics are of course filled with Rage, sorrow and blatant disregard. He also has some sections where he uses some of his old school rap screaming on X and Be Unden!able. There are few metal singers that deliver their emotions and message like Chad Gray does. It's good to hear Chad's original sound, but it's also great to hear him experimenting a bit and keeping it fresh
And that's what Unden!able seems to be all about, keeping Hellyeah heavy metal while also keeping it fresh. I loved Unden!able and definitely recommend it to anyone who enjoyed their past work and loves heavy music.