VINNIE PAUL ABBOTT: New Photos Posted Online

February 19, 2007

Former PANTERA/DAMAGEPLAN and current HELLYEAH drummer Vinnie Paul Abbott has posted a number of new pictures from his appearance at the NAMM show (National Association of Music Merchants) as well as photo shoots for Drum! and Revolver magazines. Check out the pictures at this location.

HELLYEAH, the new band featuring former Vinnie Paul alongside members of MUDVAYNE and NOTHINGFACE, will be in Dallas, Texas on Sunday, February 25 at 3:00 p.m. to shoot its first video for "You Wouldn't Know". "Instead of just doing the standard 'show up and stand around,' we're turning it into a full-on, full-blown party right in the parking lot of the world famous Clubhouse!" frontman Chad "Helvis" Gray (MUDVAYNE) previously wrote. "This is a b.y.o.b event. Booze, babes, barbecue and bad-ass bikes, muscle cars and jacked up trucks. If you have any wheels bring 'em down and show em off to the world. Oh, and did we mention that all you gorgeous ladies need to bring your fine assets down??? Well, we just did!!! Sunday the 25th! Clubhouse! Dallas, TX! 3 p.m.!!!!! Ya gonna tell your friends, ya gonna tell your friends to tell their friends. Spread this around and be there? HELLYEAH FUCKYEAH YOU WILL!!!!!"

The first single from HELLYEAH's self-titled debut album, "You Wouldn't Know", has been posted online at the band's MySpace page. The single will go for radio adds on February 26-27.

HELLYEAH's self-titled debut CD is scheduled for release on April 10 via Epic Records.

A nine-minute video of HELLYEAH writing and recording its self-titled album in Dallas, Texas has been posted online at

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