Generally favorable reviews- based on 18 Ratings
KenAug 3, 2009OK the album is not Mudvaynes best, Buts they must be making sales. Personally, I like The New Game. When it comes to songs like "Have it your way" or "Do what you do", It gets back down to the roots of what made Mudvaye good in the first place. Blasting out good metal tracks. OK yes, both of those songs are "secure" when it comes to the sound of Mudvayne but not all artists come out with something fresh and new. But Chad has deffinitly put a lot into this album vocally (compared to L.D. 50). Just listen to "A new game", it thrives on what Chad Grey has learned in his years with Mudvayne (and Hellyeah). Mudvayne have progressed through the years, They have come a long way from "Kill I Oughta" and "L.D. 50". Not to mention, they have progressed for the better. Look at it from their point of view, If they stayed with the sound of "L.D. 50", they wouldn't have half the fan base that they have today. And if they did stick with the sound of "L.D. 50", then everybody would complain that its the same old sond over and over again. Mudvayne have done well to reach as many fans as they possibly can while keeping they existing fans happy. I like the new Mudvayne album "A New Game". Keep up the good work.… Full Review »
JacobPApr 9, 2009Not as good as I was expecting, but it's not bad. I think they went too soft on this album. The songs are good, but it's not the Mudvayne I was used to. There we're softer songs on other CD's, but this one is dominated by them. While it's still a good CD, I hope they go back to the old style for their next album.… Full Review »
VBSDec 13, 2008Great Album - Mudvayne have stepped up there game and put out lean, heavy, sometimes progressive, and catchy record.