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Mudvayne Label Launches Official Website

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Bullygoat Records, the Warner Bros. label imprint headed up by Mudvayne singer Chad Gray, has launched its official web site.

Gray's first signing to Bullygoat is the New York-based Bloodsimple, the new project featuring Vision Of Disorder members Tim Williams (vocals) and Mike Kennedy (guitar), along with ex-Medication bassist Kyle Sanders and drummer Chris Hamilton, plus guitarist Nick Rowe (guitar).

Source: Ultimate-Guitar.com

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1. Roy writes:

what's up with tour dates?

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2. Rue writes:

They have tour dates posted. There's an article on this site about it..or you could check out mudvayne.com or go to ticketmaster.

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3. !33 writes:

Mudvayne is awesome. cant wait til the tour kicks off!

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4. Seybold writes:

i agree mudvayne kicks a$$ Happy is one of the best songs yet cant wait until the new cd comes out

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5. LoNeDeAtH713 writes:

THE TOUR IS GOIN' TO KICK A** AND SO MUCH MORE.

THE NEW CD IS ALSO GOIN' TO KILL
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