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CD Review
Hellyeah - Stampede


Record Label: Epic Records
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Review by Aaron Manogue
October 2010

Supergroup Hellyeah is back with sophomore album “Stampede” and their patented main course of southern rock with a gritty side of ass kicking that fans are used to from lead man Chad Gray and guitarist Greg Tribbett’s main poison, Mudvayne. Rounding out your four course meal of metal is Vinnie Paul of Pantera, Tom Maxwell of Nothingface and Bob Zilla of Damageplan, leaving any metal fan asking for seconds.

Cowboy Way” serves as the delectable appetizer. With its monstrous southern metal sound it sets the tone for the rest of the record. The task of incorporating each sound of the supergroup’s members is done perfectly throughout; gritty guitars, smooth as silk drums, in your face vocals and a bass line that runs right through the heart of the album.

Mudvayne fans will love “It’s On!” as it could easily fit on any Mudvayne album of the past, present and future. The same can be said for Pantera fans in the track titled “Order the Sun.” Vinnie Paul’s influence is extremely evident in this track. Despite whether you are a fan of the member’s past bands or not, if you enjoy immense musical talent that’s blended together perfectly to make a metal lover’s concoction, you’re in for a treat.

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