HELLYEAH Announce Final Album Recorded With Vinnie Paul, Release New Song

Listen to the brand new “333” here

March 14, 2019

Shortly before his death in June of 2018, legendary drummer Vinnie Paul went into the studio to lay down the drums for HELLYEAH’s sixth studio album. After almost a year since his passing, the band is readying to jump back into music with their first new album in three years.

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Vinnie Paul was the co-founder of Texas rock band HELLYEAH. It was unclear whether the band would continue without him, but now the “Moth” rockers have announced the final album featuring Vinnie is due this summer.

While all details have yet to be confirmed, their official merch store provides a pre-order option that states the album is expected to drop on June 28, 2019. Even without a title or cover revealed, fans can prepare for the upcoming release by pre-ordering here.   

"333" is the first single from the upcoming album and premiered today, with the title likely serving as a nod to Vinnie and his favorite number. The length is also perfectly 3:33. 

Listen to their thrashing new song in the video above and stay tuned for more details on their highly-anticipated sixth studio album.