HELLYEAH's Duff's Brooklyn Photo Shoot
The members of HELLYEAH took part in a photo shoot at the Duff's Brooklyn in Williamsburg, New York on April 27, 2010. Check out pictures at this location.
HELLYEAH features musicians from various other groups, including Vinnie Paul Abbott, who played with PANTERA and DAMAGEPLAN, as well as vocalist Chad Gray and guitarist Greg Tribbett of MUDVAYNE, DAMAGEPLAN bassist Bob "Zilla" Kakaha and NOTHINGFACE axeman Tom Maxwell.
HELLYEAH's sophomore album, "Stampede", is scheduled for release on July 13.
HELLYEAH filmed videos for two new songs, "Hell Of A Time" and "Cowboy Way", on April 18 at the Longhorn Saloon in Fort Worth, Texas.
Abbott has confirmed that HELLYEAH will take part in a "big end-of-the-summer tour" in North America — rumored to be the the Uproar 2010 trek, also featuring DISTURBED, AVENGED SEVENFOLD and STONE SOUR. Other acts that are being talked about as possibly taking part in the tour include LACUNA COIL and HALESTORM.
The group's self-titled debut has sold more than 350,000 copies since coming out in April 2007.
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