Listen Hellyeah Covering I Don't Care Anymore
Heavy metal supergroup Hellyeah have just released their cover of Phil Collins I Don't Care Anymore featuring unearthed guitar parts from late Pantera legend Dimebag Darrell.
The band had finished recording the basic tracks for fifth album Unden!able when they started throwing around ideas for a cover song to add to the mix. Guitarist Christian Brady suggested the 1982 Phil Collins song I Don't Care Anymore, and drummer Vinnie Paul burst out laughing, because he and his late brother Dimebag Darrell, both of legendary metal band Pantera, recorded the track around 10 years ago with their follow-up band Damageplan. The version went unused.
"When Kevin [Churko, producer] got the tracks isolated, he synched them up, and when we listened them it totally gave me goosebumps," Paul says. "We've always felt like he's been a part of this band since day one. We felt like his energy and his spirit was always with us. And for people to be able to hear him again in 2016 puts a big smile on my face."
Vocalist Chad Gray. Added: "Tracking that song was one of the most magical moments I've felt in my entire career. … After we recorded the first four vocal lines, Kevin called me on the intercom and said, 'I'm just gonna tell you right now. You're gonna be singing this song for the rest of your life. It's going to be amazing."
The cover version
And now the original