Professionally filmed video footage of HELLYEAH's entire May 27 performance at the Rocklahoma festival in Pryor, Oklahoma can be seen below.
Although it was announced last week that HELLYEAH guitarist Greg Tribbett would sit out several dates — including Rocklahoma — on the band's current tour due to a family emergency, he performed with his bandmates at this past weekend's concert.
HELLYEAH's third album, "Band Of Brothers", will be released on July 17 via the band's new label home, Eleven Seven Music. The CD was recorded in Dallas, Texas at Vinnie Paul's home studio, VP's Upstairs Studio, and was produced by the band and Jeremy Parker (GODSMACK, EVANESCENCE), who also served as engineer.
HELLYEAH's "Band Of Brothers" video was filmed on March 26 at Loyal Studios in Burbank, California with director David Brodsky of MyGoodEye, who has previously worked with THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, GOATWHORE, MUNICIPAL WASTE and SUFFOCATION, among many others.
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