Amends Grey Daze
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Info for Amends
Grey Daze, Chester Bennington's pre-Linkin Park band, release Amends, the Phoenix-born band's eagerly-awaited album featuring newly recorded music with re-mastered vocals from the group's long out-of-print, and largely undiscovered, catalog.
Accompanying the album announcement, Grey Daze have simultaneously released a second single from the 11-song collection, "Sickness". A video for the track has also been released, with band founder and drummer, Sean Dowdell, explaining: "This is loosely based on a true story from when Chester was 15-years-old. He was being bullied at school and one day suffered a real beating. That was the day I assumed a role as protector and almost older brother figure to Chester that has lasted since, even after his passing."
Amends is the origin story of one of modern rock's most recognizable voices and also a full circle moment among friends. The album is the fulfillment of a planned Grey Daze reunion that Chester had announced prior to his untimely passing. The remaining band members – Dowdell (drums), Mace Beyers (bass) and Cristin Davis (guitar) – along with Talinda Bennington (Chester's widow) and his parents, made it their mission to see the project through with assistance from Tom Whalley, the founder of Loma Vista Recordings and former Warner Bros. Records Chairman during Linkin Park's tenure at the label. 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, Paige Hamilton (Helmet), Chris Traynor (Bush, Helmet, Orange 9MM), LP, Jasen Rauch (Breaking Benjamin) and Ryan Shuck (Orgy).
Grey Daze formed in 1992. The Phoenix-based band went on to independently release two albums: Wake Me (1994) and no sun today (1996). Grey Daze parted ways in 1998, with Chester serendipitously auditioning for the Los Angeles band Xero, who later became Linkin Park. In 2017, Chester announced Grey Daze's reunion, which would see the band re-working and re-recording a collection of songs they had started two decades earlier. The project was shelved in July 2017 but with the blessing of Chester's widow, Talinda, and his family, Grey Daze regrouped and finished the album.
Chester Bennington, vocals
Sean Dowdell, drums
Mace Beyers, bass
Cristin Davis, guitar
is Chester Bennington, Sean Dowdell, Mace Beyers, & Cristin Davis. The band broke up in 1998 & Chester went on to Linkin Park fame.
In 2017, the Chester & Sean announced it's reunion & started recording a new album.
Formed in 1993 in Phoenix, Arizona by Sean Dowdell, Jonathan Krause, Steve Mitchell and Chester Bennington, Grey Daze underwent several line-up changes over the subsequent years and, once the band's lead singer Chester Bennington and then-current bassist Mace Beyers had decided to leave the band around late-1998, formed into a completely different band.
Grey Daze released 2 full length records: "Wake Me" in 1994 (Chester Bennington, Sean Dowdell, Jason Barnes and Jonathan Krause) and "...No Sun Today" in 1997 (Chester Bennington, Sean Dowdell, Bobby Benish and Mace Beyers), both of which were a local success.
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