So HellYeah’s guitarist, Tom Maxwell, was interviewed on the Jacksonville, North Carolina, radio station Rock 105.5 at this year’s assemblage of white trash, the Carolina Rebellion festival.
In it, he calls Mudvayne’s Greg Tribbett as well as the band’s former bassist, Bob “Zilla” Kakaha, cancers that needed excising.
Blood For Blood, the mediocre band’s new one, will be released on June 10 on Eleven Seven Music.
The CD was helmed by producer Kevin Churko at his The Hideout Recording Studio in Las Vegas, Nevada.
“We went through some drama to make [the new record]. We parted ways with our other guitar player and our bass player, but it was a much-needed change. It was just a toxic situation and it turned into a cancer, so we had to cut it out.”
That’s an insult to cancer.
Can we cut HellYeah from the ass of the music world, too? Because let’s face it…shit’s malignant.
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