Mudvayne ‘Scream With Me’ Video

Mudvayne are out with the video to their new single ‘Scream With Me’, the lead release from the Peoria, Illinois alternative metal band’s self-titled fifth studio album, out now on Epic Records. Watch it via MyPlay below.

Mudvayne ‘A New Game’ Video

Mudvayne are out with the video to their new single ‘A New Game’, the second release off the Peoria, Illinois rock group’s fourth studio album ‘The New Game’, out now on Epic Records. Watch it below.

Mudvayne’s Chad Gray Discusses Costumes & Makeup


Chad Gray and Greg Tribbett of Mudvayne dropped by Altitude TV, where they talked about an interactive online game and contest for their new album ‘The New Game’, mixing it up now when it comes to makeup and costumes, and the concept with the ‘Do What You Do’ video. “The jobs that you love are the jobs that you really enjoy doing,” Chad said regarding the costume issue. “The jobs that you hate are the ones where you feel trapped and confined. I think we hit a point that I wasn’t happy feeling like I had to do it.”

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Mudvayne ‘Do What You Do’ Video

Mudvayne are out with the video to their new single ‘Do What You Do’, the first release off the Peoria, Illinois heavy metal band’s fourth studio album ‘The New Game’, out now on Epic Records. Watch it below.

Mudvayne Webisode 2: Go Kart Racing In Italy

Epic recording act Mudvayne

Mudvayne’s latest webisode has been added, featuring the Los Angeles progressive rock act racing go karts in Italy, having trouble figuring out currency conversion and the language, and offering some post race commentary, which they admit nobody won. Watch it at YouTube.

Chad Gray Talks Mudvayne With Marshall Photo

Marshall Photo caught up with Hellyeah and Mudvayne singer Chad Gray, where he talked about finally getting some time off for the holidays, letting the fans select the tracks on ‘By the People, For the People’, how the material is intended for the hardcore fans because they’re raw demos, using fan artwork for the disc, considering Mudvayne fans their friends and extended family, and plans for a proper Mudvayne studio album. Watch it via YouTube below.

Make-up Was An Additive For Mudvayne

Vocalist Chad Gray of the rock band Mudvayne with his bandmates

Mudvayne vocalist Chad Gray spoke with Australia’s Time Off magazine about the critics of their latest effort ‘Lost And Found’, which was cynically described it as another tool in the marketing process after the group removed their make-up and body paint. “The reaction to it all was insane,” Gray says. “When you wear make-up, all the talk is about why. No matter how hard you try you can’t get away from it. It never mattered that much to us. I think the make-up was more of an additive. At least, that was the way we viewed it. That was just one ingredient in the recipe that is Mudvayne but that was all it was, and things like that become insignificant in terms of music, especially when you can play. It would be different if we didn’t know what we were doing and it was just a gimmick, but that’s not the case.”

Top Mudvayne November Search Queries

Rock band Mudvayne

Searches in the month of November for Mudvayne were impressive
for a rock group, with the band receiving 249,228 searches for the month.
Their most searched for song were ‘Happy, ‘Dig’, and ‘Not Falling’. No
surprise that the rock band’s vocalist Chad Gray was the most searched for member. The most common misspelling was Mudvane.