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Tag Archives: Chad Gray

Mudvayne bandmates still chat but Hellyeah is Chad Gray’s focus

Posted by on August 13, 2019

Whenever Chad Gray, Ryan Martinie or Gregg Tribbett are interviewed they are inevitably asked about a Mudvayne reunion. Back in 2016, Gray was clearly tired of being asked about reuniting with his old bandmates. However, the question was recently asked yet again on 101.1 WRIF’s Meltdown, which then Gray expressed that him and his former bandmates still […]

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HellYeah frontman Chad Gray issues statement on Vinnie Paul’s death

Posted by on June 26, 2018

Rex Brown has admitted he needs more time to process Vincent Paul Abbott’s death. While we do not know what the official cause is, the late Pantera/HellYeah drummer’s friends and bandmates have been continuing to reveal their thoughts on this huge loss. While HellYeah has already shared their thoughts, frontman Chad Gray decided to release […]

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HELLYEAH’s Chad Gray dismisses Mudvayne, Pantera reunions

Posted by on August 12, 2016

Did you know the semi-title track of HELLYEAH’s Unden!able (that’d be “Be Unden!able”) is somewhat of a reaction to Pantera and Mudvayne fans clamoring for reunions of those bands? Chad Gray, who logged 14 years in Mudvayne, says he wrote the song, titled the album, and came up with that weird exclamation point in the middle of it […]

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What are Mudvayne up to?

Posted by on January 21, 2016

One of two things is happening in the Mudvayne camp. Either they’ve moved to North Jersey, which has a 201 area code, or they’re planning on doing something, like reunite, sometime soon. Yesterday on the band’s Facebook page, they simply posted “201?” That’d suggest that they’re going to be doing something sooner or later. or […]

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HELLYEAH’s frontman says all bands on Mayhem Festival are “awesome”

Posted by on July 30, 2015

The controversial and chaotic Mayhem festival has been the favorite topic everywhere for a while. To recap everything it has happened really quick: the festival co-founder called the current metal scene “gray, bald, and fat”; Kerry King, guitarist for one of the headliners of the festival called him a “douche” for saying that; King then […]

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Did Randy Blythe join Hellyeah onstage to sing ‘HELLYEAH?’ Heck yes he did

Posted by on July 1, 2014

This past Friday (27), the day before the second anniversary of his arrest in Prague, Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe joined Hellyeah onstage at Ziggy’s in Wilmington North Carolina to sing their signature song, “HELLYEAH.” Given that Lamb of God themselves had a song called “Redneck,” it’s not all that out of character for […]

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Corey Taylor would still like Slipknot to tour with Mushroomhead, Mudvayne and GWAR

Posted by on June 18, 2014

A few years  back, Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor spoke about the possibility of touring with Mushroomhead, Mudvayne and GWAR. Obviously, some things have changed since then, but Live Metal caught up with Taylor and asked him if it was still a possibility. He’s still up for it, despite the fact that GWAR is down a […]

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Hellyeah have vulgar display of parentheses with 2 new songs

Posted by on March 28, 2014

Love them or hate them, Hellyeah isn’t going away any time soon. The band’s set to release their fourth album, Blood for Blood, on June 10th, and since two songs from the album have been made available on iTunes already, the tunes, “Sangre Por Sangre (Blood for Blood)” and “Cross to Bier (Cross to Bear),” are […]

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Hellyeah reshuffles lineup with guitarist, bassist changes

Posted by on February 13, 2014

With their fourth album, Blood for Blood, coming out on June 10th, Hellyeah have announced the departure of guitarist Greg Tribbett and bassist Bobzilla (Bob Kakaha). This should be particularly interesting to fans of Mudvayne, as Tribbett was the band’s guitarist and Chad Gray remains in Hellyeah. While there’s no announcement on who’s playing guitar for […]

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Megadeth Add Two NYC Dates To Gigantour

Posted by on June 18, 2013

Megadeth has added two dates in New York City to Gigantour this summer, bringing the touring festival to the Hammerstein Ballroom on August 6 and 7.

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