MUDVAYNE's forthcoming full-length effort, The End Of All Things To Come, finds the band growing "as a group and as individuals," according to frontman Chad (a.k.a. Chüüd), who told Metal Hammer magazine that "we wrote a better record than [our gold-selling debut] L.D. 50. Who knows what [kind of reactions] we're going to get [from fans]? There's a lot more singing and people might be like, 'Ah, fucking sell outs,' but we did exactly what we wanted to do. L.D. 50's already been done, so you be damned if you do or damned if you don't try to evolve as an artist, to keep things fresh and new. I think the band came together under the time constraints we had, we focused and wrote really fucking great songs that I'm excited and proud of. It's a stretch, I would never have thought we could've done something like this in four months. There's nothing around like it right now. Everything's so watered down and everybody's jumping on a wagon. I think the most exciting thing about this record is that we've found ourselves. We've always been different, and there was SLIPKNOT comparisons but that was just imaging which was fine, but I don't think those people listened to the record. I feel like this new record is very original."The End Of All Things To Come is due on November 19th through Epic Records.
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