HellYeahtourposter400 After a hugely successful US arena run with Volbeat and labelmates Five Finger Death Punch and Nothing More, Hellyeah will head back to those markets for a triumphant headline run, with special guests Devour The Day and Like A Stoem in tow. The band celebrates their first-ever Top 10 radio single Moth, and its companion video which has nearly reached 1.5 million views and can be seen below.

The band is excited for this headline run “After supporting some great bands for nearly all of 2014, we are excited about being a headliner and bringing you nearly all the music off Blood For Blood live,” says Vinnie Paul. “We can’t wait to see you guys and destroy!!! Cheers, hellions!” Devour The Day bassist Joey “Chicago” Walser adds, “I feel more excited about this tour than any other previous. These are great cities filled with great people. We are honestly so ready to reconnect with our music family.”

Hellyeah’s Blood For Blood is a welcome return to form. It leaves a mark, thanks to songs like the Sangre Por Sangre (Blood For Blood) and Demons In The Dirt. Then there is moodier, more contemplative fare like the current hit radio single, Moth which connects on an emotional, cellular level. “Hellyeah lock and load their most crushing and catchy salvo yet with Blood For Blood. Its unmitigated, unbridled, and unique energy makes for one of the best heavy records of 2014 and the band’s definitive offering to date. It will leave you bloody and smiling,” says Rick Florino of Artist Direct.

Devour The Day was one of music’s biggest Cinderella stories of 2013. Good Man, the first single from their self-produced Time & Pressure debut album (released May 7th, 2013), reached the Top 10 on the “Active Rock” chart and Top 15 on the “Mainstream Rock Tracks” chart. Devour The Day was one of the Top 40 most spun artists of 2013 at Active Rock stations nationwide. They’ve toured with In this Moment, Butcher Babies, Three Days Grace, Sevendust, and shared the festival stage with, Rob Zombie, All that Remains. The latest single release, Respect, reached the Top 20 on Mediabase’s “Active Rock” chart last September.

Check out hellyeahband.com/tour for tickets, VIP packages and further information beginning Thursday, December 11th.

Hellyeah with Devour The Day and Like A Storm dates:


6 Las Vegas NV Brooklyn Bowl
7 Reno NV Knitting Factory Concert House
8 Sacramento CA Ace Of Spades
10 Spokane WA Knitting Factory Concert House
11 Boise ID Knitting Factory Concert House
13 Salt Lake City UT The Complex-Grand Room
14 Denver CO Summit Music Hall
15 Wichita KS The Cotilion
17 Kansas City MO Arvest Bank Theatre @ The Midland
18 Lincoln NE The Bourbon Theatre
20 Columbia MO Blue Note
21 Sioux City IA Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
22 Minneapolis MN Mill City Nights
24 Flint MI The Machine Shop
25 Fort Wayne IN Piere’s
27 Philadelphia PA The Trocadero Theatre
28 Uncaseville CT Mohegan Sun Wolf Den


1 Sayreville NJ Starland Ballroom
3 Baltimoee MD Rams Head
4 Knoxville TN The Concourse @ The International
6 Wilmington NC Ziggy’s By The Sea
7 Charlotte NC Amos’ Southend
8 Atlanta GA Centerstage

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  • Medved on

    Hellyeah played a free concert at a local Indian casino about a year ago. I walked out during the third song. They were just too damn loud, and I was wearing earplugs! Also Chad does nothing but screams his lyrics. I can’t stand that kind of music. Maybe I did one time in my youth, but not anymore (I’m 43 now). When I listen to music and attend concerts, I want to be able to listen to clear and coherent vocals, and also to distinguish between the different instruments being played (guitar, bass, drums), not just a cranked up mix of noise! I can do that with bands like AC/DC, Scorpions, Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, etc. I guess I’m just getting old now.

  • James K. on

    I’ve seen them live a couple of times and they were good and they were loud. I want them to be successful simply because I want Vinnie to be happy and successful, which he appears to be. After all, this is the band that got him back into playing music after Dime was murdered. I still say they have a dumb band name but the music is more important than the band name. And the band name doesn’t really bother me as much as it did when I first heard it.

  • nick look on

    Each time I see Hellyeah always a great time but I like some of that screaming stuff but I’m younger.

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