ard rock supergroup HELLYEAH is back with a their third album, entitled Band of Brothers. The highly anticipated album is the band’s first effort with their new label home, Eleven Seven Music. The album was recorded in Dallas at drummer Vinnie Paul’s home studio, VP’s Upstairs Studio, and was produced by the band and Jeremy Parker (Godsmack, Evanessence), who also served as engineer. At press time, Band of Brothers is the #4 rock and #15 overall album on iTunes. http://bit.ly/BandofBrothers_iTunes.


Fans can also order standard and/or deluxe versions of the new album at HELLYEAH’s official store (http://www.myplaydirect.com/hellyeah).


What critics are saying about Band of Brothers:

“HELLYEAH have finally morphed into the destructive beast they’ve always threatened to be” – Metal Hammer


“With their 3rd album and heaviest yet, Metal supergroup HELLYEAH prove that they are no mere side project.  This Band of Brothers is here to stay” – Revolver


“…A new level of aggression” – Drum!





Having produced track after track of heavy-hitting, in-your-face, feel good rock and roll on their previous two albums (2010’s STAMPEDE and 2007’s self-titled debut), Band of Brothers sees HELLYEAH taking a slightly different musical direction. Drawing on their former bands’ collective metal roots for inspiration, the influences and style of Mudvayne, Pantera, Damageplan and Nothingface are immediately recognizable in tracks such as “Band of Brothers,” “War In Me” and “Rage Burn,” while the party anthem “Drink, Drank, Drunk” retains the essence of earlier HELLYEAH.




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