GREY DAZE’S EAGERLY-AWAITED ALBUM, AMENDS, AVAILABLE NOW
Grey Daze, the Phoenix-born, Chester Bennington-fronted band “that showed off the singer’s ability to mine his personal pain and channel it directly into his songs” (Rolling Stone), have released their highly-anticipated album, Amends (https://found.ee/GD_Amends) via Loma Vista Recordings.
Grey Daze have released a number of profound videos in support of the 11-song release, offering fans a look into the early musical moments of one of modern rock music’s most beloved singers. “What’s In The Eye” (https://found.ee/GD_WITE) showcased live footage of the band, sharing some of Chester’s first moments as a front man. “Sickness” (https://found.ee/GD_
Amends is the origin story of one of modern rock’s most recognizable voices and also a full circle moment among friends. Dowdell, Beyers and Davis selected the tracks from the band’s mid-90s, but largely unknown, catalog and re-recorded the music in 2019 to accompany Chester’s re-mastered vocals. Produced by Jay Baumgardner, several musicians leant their time and talent to the album, including Korn’s Brian “Head” Welch and James “Munky” Shaffer, Page Hamilton (Helmet), Chris Traynor (Bush, Helmet, Orange 9MM), LP (Laura Pergolizzi), Jaime Bennington, Jasen Rauch (Breaking Benjamin), Marcos Curiel (P.O.D.) and Ryan Shuck (Orgy). The album is available in a variety of collectible formats with several iterations available exclusively via the band’s website (https://found.ee/GD_