(2012) Band Of Brothers (Clean)

Hellyeah

... read moreGroove metal supergroup Hellyeah bring more intensity to the table on their third album together, Band of Brothers. Focusing more on metal than groove, the album is an all-around heavier affair than their previous outing, Stampede. Where that disc had a few diversions into Southern rock, Band of...

44′:57″ 11 Songs

1
(Not available) War In Me
Hellyeah
3:35
2
(Not available) Band Of Brothers
Hellyeah
4:45
3
(Not available) Rage / Burn
Hellyeah
4:41
4
(Not available) Drink Drank Drunk
Hellyeah
3:56
5
(Not available) Bigger God
Hellyeah
4:39
6
(Not available) Between You And Nowhere
Hellyeah
4:15
7
(Not available) Call It Like I See It
Hellyeah
4:00
8
(Not available) Why Does It Always
Hellyeah
3:20
9
(Not available) Wm Free
Hellyeah
5:02
10
(Not available) Dig Myself A Hole
Hellyeah
3:15
11
(Not available) What It Takes To Be Me
Hellyeah
3:29
Released 17 July 2012, ℗ Eleven Seven Music

Review

Groove metal supergroup Hellyeah bring more intensity to the table on their third album together, Band of Brothers. Focusing more on metal than groove, the album is an all-around heavier affair than their previous outing, Stampede. Where that disc had a few diversions into Southern rock, Band of Brothers feels more focused on making everything bigger, louder, and more intense. Given Hellyeah's pedigree, it's definitely an appropriate direction for them, and fans of the bandmembers' previous work in Pantera, Damageplan, Nothingface, and Mudvayne will appreciate this more aggressive, metal-focused approach. ~ Gregory Heaney