MUDVAYNE: Go Behind The Scenes Of 'Dull Boy' Video Shoot

Behind-the-scenes footage from the video shoot for MUDVAYNE's "Dull Boy" can be viewed below. "Dull Boy" is the only brand new song featured on MUDVAYNE's 2007 collection of fan-selected rarities, titled "By The People, For The People".

Although MUDVAYNE completed most of its new album last summer in New Orleans, the group will now do some additional work on the project this spring. There's still no official release date for the disc, but drummer Matt McDonough told The Pulse of Radio that he's really anxious for it to come out. "Yeah, it is kind of weird, you know, 'cause I want to share it and for me as an artist, you know, there's this sense of resolution," he said. "You know, I want to see it out there, and the fans' reception of our work is kind of that period at the end of the sentence. Now it's kind of like the sentence has been said, but no one's heard it yet. So it's an exercise in patience, that's for sure."

MUDVAYNE's fourth studio effort will follow up 2005's "Lost and Found".

The new recording work will take place after singer Chad Gray and guitarist Greg Tribbett finish touring with their other group, HELLYEAH.

MUDVAYNE was initially rumored as one of the big acts on this summer's Rockstar Mayhem tour, which is already confirmed to include DISTURBED and SLIPKNOT on the bill, but the band's tour plans are yet to be determined.


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