Veteran metal mongers Hellyeah return to The Fillmore Detroit this Saturday in support of their most recent album, "Band of Brothers" supporting Lamb of God, in addition to supporting acts In Flames and Sylosis. Delivering a no holds barred, balls to the wall, metal in your face explosion of fury and sound, Hellyeah brings the metal to the masses in their second return to Detroit in under six months. Riding hard on the success of "Band of Brothers" which reached top spots on the Billboard chats, including #3 on the Rock chart, you can expect nothing short of an adrenaline infused evening of fist pumping, body moshing mayhem when they take the stage. Fronted by ex-Mudvayne singer Chad Gray and guitarist Greg Tribbett, along with Nothingface guitarist Tom Maxwell and bassist Bob Zilla of Damageplan, backed by the legendary Pantera/Damageplan drummer, Vinnie Paul, Hellyeah extracts every ounce of energy from their fans and accepts no weakness. Songs from the new album have found a rabid reception from fans, with "Drink, Drank, Drunk" in the current top 25 active rock charts along with "Band of Brothers", "Alcohaulin' Ass" and "You Wouldn't Know" reaching high in to the active rock audience on multiple stations around the country. This band is what metal is all about, so get your asses down to The Fillmore on Saturday and channel your aggression in what is going to be one of the most memorable metal concerts in Detroit this year.
Tickets available at Ticketmaster or at the Fillmore Detroit box office.
All photos copyright 2012 Michael "Mick" McDonald
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