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Come getcha Hellyeah
Michael | FL United States | 11/18/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Anybody expecting a full live show will be disappointed, but if you want a glimpse into the world of Hellyeah, here you go. This is a winner. In case you don't who Hellyeah is, they're comprised of Chad Grey (vocals), and Greg Tribbett (guitar) from Mudvayne, Tom Maxwell (guitar) from Nothingface, Bobzilla (bass) from Damageplan, and Vinnie Paul (drums) from Pantera/Damageplan. If I wanted to compare this to other dvd's, it's kinda like Pantera's 3 Vulgar Videos From Hell and Avenged Sevenfold's All Excess, but not as wild as Vulgar Videos, and there's less sit-down interview footage than All Excess. Just all good fun. I noticed while watching it that original bassist Jerry Montano is no where to be seen. While it's kind of a mystery what really happened, they did a really good job of editing him out of the dvd. Everybody gets equal amounts of screen time. I remember watching Mudvayne's All Access dvd and the vibe on camera when the band was off-stage was "leave me alone, I'll break that f***ing camera." Everybody's pretty camera-friendly here though which is cool, even Chad and Greg. This is a fun dvd to watch, and it's something to tide you over until album number two is out. In the meantime, check out Mudvayne and their new album in 2008."
Great DVD for Hellyeah's first offering.
Scott A. Fritz | Berlin, PA USA | 12/31/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Hellyeah is an awesome band who's taking Pantera fans by storm. I saw Hellyeah this past summer on the Family Values Tour, and honestly they were by far the best performing band on the bill. Even better than Korn. The DVD tells the story of how the band came together, and how they got to where they are now. It's nice to have the back story, and to get a look into the personal lives of the guys in the band. However the DVD could've used a little more live footage. Hopefully Hellyeah's next DVD will be a straight concert DVD, and not this crap. Great band, great music, not so great DVD. Next time guys, just record a live show and put that out instead. That'd be much more worth while."