Hellyeah: Listen To 'Debt That All Men Pay' On UG

artist: Hellyeah date: 06/21/2010 category: online downloads
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Hellyeah: Listen To 'Debt That All Men Pay' On  UG
Hellyeah, the US five-piece featuring members of Pantera, Mudvayne, Nothingface and Damageplan, will have their second/latest studio album Stampede released in North America on July 13. And today you have a chance to listen to the band's second track, Debt That All Men Pay, from the new album exclusively on Hellyeah's UG Profile! Produced by drummer Vinnie Paul and engineer Sterling Winfield, Stampede features 11 brand new studio numbers, including lead track "Cowboy Way", first single/video "Hell Of A Time" and the teasingly titled "Pole Dancer". Vocalist Chad Gray says of the album: "I couldn't wait to write this record. I can't wait for our fans to hear it and I definitely can't wait to hit the fucking stage and play it! Stampede represents every emotion that you've ever had and everything that screams Hellyeah! "There's no smoke and mirrors with what we are. What you see is what you get. And what your get is Five guys bringin' it, a head full of music, bleeding ears and most likely Drunk!" Stampede track listing is as follows: 01. Cowboy Way 02. Debt That All Men Pay 03. Hell Of A Time 04. Stampede 05. Better Man 06. It's On! 07. Pole Rider 08. Cold As A Stone 09. Stand Or Walk Away 10. Alive And Well 11. Order The Sun
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