New music releases, 9th June 2014

Here are the new and notable music releases for this week, the 9th June 2014:

Arch Enemy War Eternal
War Eternal, Arch Enemy

Blood For Blood, HellYeah
Lazaretto, Jack White
48:13, Kasabian
Whispers, Passenger
Re-Introduction Etudes, Chilly Gonzales
Blue Smoke, Dolly Parton
Stay Gold, First Aid Kit
Great Western Valkyrie, Rival Sons
Distant Satellites, Anathema
Stockholm, Chrissie Hynde
Quadrophenia: Live In London, The Who
The Blues Came Callin’, Walter Trout
Beauty & Ruin, Bob Mould
Outsider, Uriah Heep
Simplicity, Tesla
Favorite Waitress, The Felice Brothers
Imprint, Denise Pearson
Hollywood Bowl 1972, Allman Brothers Band
Trouble & Love, Mary Gaulthier
The Thin Line, Heather Peace
Out Among The Stars: Special Edition, Johnny Cash
Touch & Flee, Neil Cowley Trio
Zaba, Glass Animals
Let The Ocean Take Me, The Amity Affliction
Earth Rocker (Box Set), Clutch
Disgusting, Beartooth
Esoteric Warfare, Mayhem
Gigantoid, Fu Manchu
Saturday Night Special, Great White
Hail The Apocalypse, Avatar
Upside Down Mountain, Conor Oberst
Blissfucker, Trap Them

All of the above and many more are available via the Skin Back Alley Music Store!

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HellYeah stream new album ‘Blood For Blood’ online

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HellYeah, the supergroup formed from members of Pantera, Nothingface and Mudvayne are streaming their new album, Blood For Blood, in full online. You can check out each and every track below!

01. Sangre Por Sangre (Blood For Blood)

02. Demons In The Dirt

03. Soul Killer

04. Moth

05. Cross To Bier (Cradle Of Bones)

06. DMF

07. Gift

08. Hush

09. Say When

10. Black December

11. Feast Or Famine

12. Hush (Acoustic)

Blood For Blood is due for commercial release on the 9th of June. Let us know what you think of it!

HellYeah are scheduled to play the following dates in the UK this summer:

9th August: Bloodstock Festival
10th August: The Live Rooms, Chester
12th August: The Fleece, Bristol
13th August: Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
15th August: Sound Control, Manchester
16th August: Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton
17th August: Underworld, London

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Vinnie Paul speaks about HellYeah line-up changes

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Vinnie Paul, drummer with HellYeah, has spoken out about the sacking of bass player Bob Zilla and guitarist Gregg Tribbett.

He blames a lack of drive for their expulsion, saying that they didn’t have the same ambition as the rest of the band as they prepared to record their fourth LP.

Speaking on syndicated US radio show Loudwire Nights, Paul commented: “We obviously had history together with Bob and Greg. When we got around to getting ready to go into the studio for this record we realised that they didn’t have the same focus, they didn’t have the same drive that we did. We weren’t going to be able to make the record we did if they were still a part of it. It’s kind of sad to say goodbye sometimes but sometimes to move forward you have to, and that’s what we did.”

The former Pantera musician went on to describe replacement bass player Kyle Sanders as the “perfect fit” and hinted that current touring guitarist Christian Brady could become a permanent member of the band.

“It’s very exciting. We do have two guitarists, we have a touring guitarist out with us Chris B. If things continue to go the way they are, he’ll be a permanent guitarist. Kyle Sanders is just a perfect fit. He toured with us when he was in Bloodsimple and Monstro and we really didn’t want to go through an audition process seeing if we could find the next Billy Sheehan.”

“We just felt like we needed a guy to fit right in with us. When we called Kyle, before we could even ask if he wanted it, he says I’m the guy. So that’s all we needed to hear. He fits in great, man. He’s a great visual player as well, in addition to a powerful bass player.”

HellYeah’s fourth LP, Blood For Blood, is scheduled for release on the 9th of June.

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