Mudvayne was an American heavy metal band formed in Peoria, Illinois, in 1996 by guitarist Greg Tribbett, drummer Matthew McDonough and bassist Shawn Barclay with vocalist Chad Gray signing on soon after. Barclay departed in 1997 to be succeeded by Ryan Martinie and that foursome remained together until 2010 when they went their separate ways. Gray and Tribbett went on to perform with Hellyeah and McDonough has joined Tribbett in Audiotopsy. As Mudvayne, they debuted in 1997 with an EP titled 'Kill, I Oughta' and made their album debut in 2000 with 'L.D. 50'. 'The End of All Things to Come' came out in 2002 and in 2003 they performed across North America with Metallica on the Summer Sanitarium Tour. A single titled 'Determined' was nominated for Best Metal Performance in the 2006 Grammy Awards. Their album 'By the People, for the People' (2007) went to number five on Billboard's Hard Rock Albums Chart and number nine on the Top Rock Albums Chart, 'The New Game' (2008) reached number three on the Hard Rock Chart and number five on the Top Rock Chart and 'Mudvayne' (2010) peaked at number three on the Hard Rock Chart and number ten on the Top Rock Chart.