FEATURING THE LATE VINNIE PAUL’S FINAL RECORDINGS, AND TOP 5 ACTIVE ROCK RADIO SINGLE “WELCOME HOME”
New Dates Added To “A Celebration Of Life” Tour;
A Portion Of Ticket Sales To Be Donated To The American Heart Association
In Vinnie Paul’s Memory; Tickets Are On Sale Now, HERE
New York, NY, Tuesday, September 10, 2019— Hard rock purveyors HELLYEAH are home after an 18-city “A Celebration Of Life” headliner, honoring the life of bandmate and brother Vinnie Paul, a tour during which friends and fans in HELLYEAH’s heavy metal family mourned and celebrated their hero together.
With less than a month until the release of their sixth studio album, Welcome Home, due Friday, September 27, via Eleven Seven Music, the band announce today the release of “Black Flag Army,” the final instant download track available when you pre-order the album HERE. WATCH/SHARE “Black Flag Army” HERE, on E7M YouTube Friday, September 13.
Their eagerly anticipated new album, Welcome Home, which features the late Vinnie Paul’s final recordings, will unleash 11 tracks, driven by their love, loyalty, reverence and respect for their fallen brother, including “Black Flag Army,” fiery track “333,” Top 5 Active Rock single “Welcome Home,” which is the band’s fastest-growing song at Active Rock Radio, guitar-driven “Perfect,” and gritty “Oh My God.”
Unfortunately, the band had to cancel a short run of tour dates due to guitarist Tom Maxwell’s trigger finger, detailed in the full statement HERE. The surgery will not affect the band’s November and December U.S. and Canada headlining dates, starting on November 15 in Cincinnati, OH, through December 21 in San Antonio, TX.
The band will continue to honor their late bandmate by donating a portion of ticket sales from each tour date to the American Heart Association in Vinnie Paul’s memory. Tickets and full routing are available HERE.
In addition to this initiative, HELLYEAH will host a TEXT TO DONATE campaign during each of their upcoming tour dates. Fans can TEXT ‘VINNIE’ to #41411, or head to a special CrowdRise page where they can also DONATE to help fight heart disease, as well as read more about the American Heart Association and HELLYEAH’s interview with them HERE.
Unfortunately, the band had to cancel a short run of tour dates due to guitarist Tom Maxwell’s trigger finger, detailed in the full statement HERE. The surgery will not affect the band’s November and December U.S. and Canada headlining dates, starting on November 15 in Cincinnati, OH, through December 19 in Phoenix, AZ.