Hellyeah has set June 3rd as the release date for its fifth studio album, titled Unden!able. The band released the first single from the disc, called “Human,” a few weeks back, along with the official lyric video. The track is currently Number 17 on the rock radio airplay chart and has been climbing steadily since its release.
Unden!able marks the first time Hellyeah’s current lineup — vocalist Chad Gray, guitarists Tom Maxwell and Christian Brady, drummer Vinnie Paul and bassist Kyle Sanders — has recorded together as a unit. Sanders and Brady both joined the lineup after the recording of the band’s previous effort, 2014’s Blood For Blood.
- Hellyeah recorded Unden!able at The Hideout Recording Studio in Las Vegas, where it was produced by Kevin Churko, who co-wrote all the songs.
- Tom Maxwell said about the set, “It’s going to be a proper take-off from our last record, but with a lot of new surprises, musically and lyrically. We are moving forward with the path that we’ve taken with Blood For Blood. It’s a really, really savage album, and we’re really excited for fans to hear it.”
- Prior to the album’s release, Hellyeah will hit the road on the We’re All In This Together tour, also featuring Escape The Fate, New Years Day and From Ashes To New. That trek begins on May 2nd in Baltimore.
- Following that, Hellyeah will venture out on the Hell Pop Tour with In This Moment, beginning on June 18th in Des Moines, Iowa.
SIDE NOTES: The track list for Unden!able includes “!,” “X,” “Scratch A Lie,” “Be Unden!able,” “Human,” “Blood Plague,” “Live Or Die,” “Grave” and five more.
Watch the lyric video for “Human”:
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David Tomasello wrote: “Last Chance Boys-I will give it a super fair listen-To Make A first Impression-here’s hoping!”
Greg T Carpenter wrote: “! cant remember when !’ve been less exc!ted about an album com!ng out. Wh!ch is !ronic cons!der!ng all the ! marks ! seem to be us!ng.”
Patrick Doyle wrote: “oooof… I’m surprised this album title wasn’t taken by a 90s boy band.”
Ramon Sid Nichols wrote: “I tried to like them. I even went to see them, hoping it would translate better live. It didn’t.”
Ron Holcomb wrote: “Man….How the mighty have fallen.”