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HellYeah To Shoot Video This Weekend

HellYeah are shooting their first video for their self-titled record this Sunday February 25th in The Clubhouse parking lot in Dallas Texas from 3-8. Vinny Paul comments: "We want it to be a good ol BBQ bash so if you got a bad ass truck or bike and you wanna show it off bring it to the shoot...also hot chicks are a must as no BBQ would be complete with out them."

HellYeah's self-titled debut will be released on April 10 via Epic Records.

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1. zach writes:

cool

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2. Patrick writes:

Hell Yeah is going to be a bad a$$ band. Any real metal head would know that.

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3. killingtime writes:

Heard them by accident about a week after a friend had dropped me their name.
Pretty good line up, rhythmic, we'll see where they go.

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4. MetalXchick writes:

Damn i wish i lived in Texas haha....this shall be sweet and when I see them I can say that I saw Mudvayne, Hell Yeah, Pantera, and NothingFace all in the same show....can't wait to see the video and hear the music....for sure...

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5. lizardking76 writes:

glad to see vin back. Mudvayne was good on ld50 after that not so much. on another note why can't people let bands make music and stop dissing them. if ya don't like it listen to what ya do like. i know how much i've changed in my life and the music i make now isn't what i made in the mid 90's. people grow. it's hard when they stop making the great music like pantera did but ultimately it's not for us it's for themselves.

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