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Interview: Audiotopsy’s Greg Tribbett (Mudvayne) on new album ‘The Real Now’

Posted by on September 19, 2018

Audiotopsy, the group featuring Greg Tribbett and Matthew McDonough of Mudvayne, Billy Keeton of Skrape and bassist Perry Stern’s upcoming sophomore album The Real Now will be released on November 2nd via Megaforce Records (pre-order now). The group started working together in 2014 as their debut album Natural Causes arrived by 2015. The band went […]

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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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Interview: Audiotopsy’s Greg Tribbett talks new band, potential Mudvayne reunion

Posted by on October 26, 2015

When Hellyeah first formed in 2001, many were excited about the union of members of Pantera and Mudvayne. As much of a supergroup as they were and are, they went through some lineup changes in 2014 that saw Mudvayne guitarist Greg Tribbett depart the band. He reacted by forming his own supergroup of sorts, Audiotopsy, […]

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Hellyeah, Mudvayne, Skrape members answer The Calling as Audiotopsy

Posted by on October 7, 2015

New Napalm signing Audiotopsy have just released their debut album, Natural Causes, on Napalm Records. Depending on what the names Hellyeah, Mudvayne and Skrape mean to you, you’ll really enjoy this song, as the  band features members of all three bands. The band have released “The Calling” as a video for the song. Of the […]

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Mudvayne, Skrape members form Audiotopsy

Posted by on March 26, 2015

Mudvayne members Greg Tribbett (guitars) and Matt McDonough (drums) have formed a new band with former Skrape vocalist Billy Keeton and bassist Perry Stern. The new band is called Auidotopsy, and since it doesn’t seem like Chad Gray is ready to leave Hellyeah anytime soon, it looks like the new band will be around for […]

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Greg Tribbett (Mudvayne/ex-Hellyeah) joins Strong Management’s roster

Posted by on July 22, 2014

Greg Tribbett, guitarist for Mudvayne and formerly Hellyeah, has joined Strong Management’s producer/songwriter roster. based near Dallas, TX, Tribbett is currently pursuing new projects (both metal and non-metal) to work with.

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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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New and Noteworthy, 6/10: Cult of Chaos

Posted by on June 10, 2014

The volume of new releases coming out this week defies all logic and reason. If I don’t see at least eight of these new albums on next week’s Billboard 200 list, there is a serious problem! There is no reason for anyone not to buy AT LEAST one of these albums, if not more. So […]

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Hellyeah Posts Pictures of New Lineup

Posted by on February 20, 2014

A week ago, Hellyeah announced that guitarist Greg Tribbett and bassist Bob Zilla would be parting ways with the band. Kyle Sanders of Bloodsimple and MonstrO (and brother of Troy Sanders of Mastodon) has since taken up the role of bass in the band, though a second guitar player still, remains notably absent from the […]

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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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