Texas groovehounds Hellyeah are set to drop their fifth album, Unden!able, on June 3 through Eleven Seven Music. With the "Human" single already impacting Active Rock radio, the band has served up the visual element to the hard-hitting anthem with a new music video.

The song is empowering despite the lyrical self-loathing of being "broken, flawed and human." Opening with a soft croon from singer Chad Gray, the song turns anthemic with the push and pull rhythm of the verse as Gray describes all the hurt he's endured. His delivery comes from a point of redemption and defiance, giving the chorus an uplifting feel.

Visually, the music video connects the vivid imagery and raw emotion of the lyrics through its grainy haze. The band performs in a dimly lit warehouse, reflecting on the dark space Gray's lyrics come from. Strange characters flash in and out of the video, potentially signifying personal demons and inner struggle.

Hellyeah's Unden!able has also yielded the song "X" and will boast 11 more cuts in addition to the two singles. Currently on their headlining tour, the band are out on the 'We're All in This Together' tour with Escape the Fate, New Years Day and From Ashes to New. The trek wraps up on June 5 and the touring will resume once again on June 18 as Hellyeah serve as direct support for In This Moment on their 'Hellpop' tour. All dates can be found at our 2016 Guide to Rock + Metal Tours.

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