Tag: L.D. 50

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins?! FIGHT! Dig.

There are big singles and there is “Dig” by Mudvayne. Arguably the heaviest and most ferocious cut in the bands collection it took Nu-Metal to new heights of heavy when it landed like a right hook from Mike Tyson in the year 2000 and remains a track that the band are synonymous with. Like “Blind”

Bootleg: “Dig” from Mudvayne!

Daytona international speedway saw this year’s incarnation of Welcome To Rockville take place in Daytona Beach Florida on 14th November and amongst those performing were the reformed Mudvayne¬†whom many have noticed to have a second guitarist in their ranks. He’s Marcus Rafferty, a veteran guitar technician who previously worked with Lamb of God, Hatebreed, Saxon

Bootleg: Mudvayne at Inkcarceration Festival!

The long awaited return of Mudvayne to the stage took place on 11th September at Ohio State Reformatory as they played their first show together in 12 years. Inkcarceration Festival was the venue that saw the quartet rip through a career spanning set that ignored they 2009 self titled album instead opening with “Not Falling”

Bootleg: Mudvayne at Rock Am Ring!

There has been a lot of talk about a possible return for Mudvayne pretty much since forever and now that 2021 is set to see them reunited for at least a US Festival run in the summer, it seems like the nostalgic love for them will finally reciprocated. For us, the first two albums when

Listmania: 20 Years of “L.D. 50” by Mudvayne!

The influence of Mudvayne shouldn’t be underestimated when it comes to Technicality and during in their early records a certain amount of Progressive nature. Born out of the Nu-Metal era and featuring largely introspective lyrics from vocalist Chad Gray, they also made use of polyrhythmic sounds with guitarist Greg Tribbett and bassist Ryan Martine producing

Bootleg: Mudvayne in New Jersey!

Filmed at Old Bridge in New Jersey on 18th September 2000 at the Birch Hill Nite Club, here’s a full set from Mudvayne courtesy of Liberated Tape Archive. It’s a second generation tape transfer from the bands “L.D. 50” era which has reached its 20th Anniversary this year and includes “Dig“, “Death Blooms” and “Under

Vs Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins?! FIGHT! Dig!

What are the chances of Mudvayne reuniting and returning to the stage in 2020 with August marking the 20th Anniversary of their seminal debut album “L.D. 50”? When you have the now Hellyeah frontman Chad Gray making comments like these anything is possible. Especially when his guitarist and former Nothingface man Tom Maxwell says that