This is the fifth album for Hellyeah in an absolutely crucial point for the band as Greg Tribbett and Bob Zilla left with Christian Brady and Kyle Sanders replacing them on guitar and bass respectively.
The album kicks off strong and fast with “X” and “Scratch A Lie” to take it down a notch for “Unden!iable” and the single “Human”, one of the best songs of the album. in general, I can’t stay that what I listen is affected by the changes in members – actually, Bob Zilla wasn’t playing on their previous one “Blood For Blood” with Kevin Churcko handling the bass duties, as well as producing. This time, Churcko one of the architects of the modern American heavy sound co-written all the songs and of course produced “Unden!able”. The album’s sounds definetely darker than any of their previous ones, stays true to the band’s values and its structure is superb keeping the listener involved from start to finish.
There is also a surprise, as the band covers Phil Collins’ “I Don’t Care Anymore”, where you can listen to Dimebag’s guitar, who had recorded some demos with his brother Vinnie Paul that were retrieved and used for the recording.