HELLYEAH's video for the track "Alcohaulin' Ass" has been released and can be viewed below. "This is a collection of live clips from the 2007 tour of the USA, UK, Australia and New Zealand," says the group. The video was shot by Videobob and Bridog, and it was directed and edited by Videobob Moseley.
HELLYEAH is the new band featuring members of MUDVAYNE, PANTERA and NOTHINGFACE. The group is currently touring in support of its self-titled debut album, which has sold 155,000 copies in the United States since its April 10 release, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
HELLYEAH's Vinnie Paul Abbott (drums) and Tom Maxwell (guitar) stopped by the WAMX studio in Huntington, WV on August 1 to chat about the Family Values tour, the YouTube Jägermeister video, the future and more. Download and listen to the 12-minute interview at this location (MP3, 16 MB).
Fan-filmed video footage of HELLYEAH performing the song "Alcohaulin' Ass" at the Toronto stop of the Family Values tour on July 24, 2007 has been posted on YouTube.
HELLYEAH's first official live performance took place on May 20 at Rams Head Live in Baltimore.
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