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Hellyeah Sing Along to Snippet of New Song From Upcoming Album

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It was revealed last week that Hellyeahare putting the finishing touches on their still untitled fourth album, with a tentative late April release. Now we’re getting a preview of some of that new music.

In a short video posted on drummer Vinnie Paul’s Facebook page (watch here), he and vocalist Chad Gray are sitting in a car with a new song blaring on the stereo. The two sing along with the track, which sounds like it could be titled ‘Demons in the Dirt.’

The band worked with producer Kevin Churko on their new album. “We’ve done the past three Hellyeah records [at my home studio in Dallas], but this [next] record, we really wanna go to another level with our music,” says Vinnie Paul. “We’re working with Kevin Churko, who’s produced Ozzy and Five Finger and In This Moment and all that.”

The new album is the follow-up to 2012’s ‘Band of Brothers.’ That disc debuted at No. 20 on the Billboard 200 album chart and spawned the singles ‘Drink Drank Drunk’ and ‘Band of Brothers.’

The future of Gray’s other band  is still unclear. Their last album was released in 2009, and they have been on hiatus for a while. With Gray and Greg Tribbett in Hellyeah, drummer Matt McDonough recently announced his involvement in the band On the Shoulders of Giants. Their demo was produced by Mudvayne bassist Ryan Martinie.

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