The supergroup Hellyeah are entering their tenth year as a band and are poised to release Unden!able, their fifth studio effort and successor to 2014's Blood for Blood. The hard-hitting groove riders already pummeled eardrums with the track "Human" earlier this year and now fans can circle June 3 on their calendars as they await the rest of the album via Eleven Seven.

Speaking about the new record, guitarist Tom Maxwell stated, "There's a lot of new stuff coming out that we've never tried before, and a lot of heavy s--t … It's gonna be moody, it's gonna be dark, it's gonna be crushing, it's gonna be heartbreaking, it's gonna be everything. So it's going to be a proper take-off from our last record, but with a lot of new surprises, musically and lyrically. We are moving forward with the path that we've taken with Blood for Blood. It's a really, really savage album and we’re really excited for fans to hear it.”

Unden!able marks the Hellyeah recording debuts of bassist Kyle Sanders (brother of Mastodon's Troy Sanders) and guitarist Christian Brady. The two musicians joined the band after the recording of Blood for Blood, replacing longtime bassist Bob 'Bobzilla' Kakaha and guitarist Greg Tribbett. The remainder of the lineup consists of the legendary Vinnie Paul on drums, Tom Maxwell on guitar and singer Chad Gray, all of whom have been with Hellyeah since the band's inception.

Hellyeah will be touring heavily in support of Unden!able, embarking on a headlining run with Escape the Fate as support starting April 30, winding down on June 5. Following a short break, they'll head back out serving as support for In This Moment starting June 18 and extending through July 12. For a full list of tour dates, visit our 2016 Guide to Rock + Metal Tours.

Hellyeah, Unden!able Track Listing

01. "!"
02. "X"
03. "Scratch a Lie"
04. "Be Unden!able"
05. "Human"
06. "Leap of Faith"
07. "Blood Plague"
08. "I Don’t Care Anymore"
09. "Live Or Die"
10. "Love Falls"
11. "10-34"
13. "Grave"

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