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Grey Daze’s “Amends” Delayed To June


Grey Daze‘s re-recorded/re-envisioned collection of their earlier material, “Amends“, has been delayed to a June 26th release date via Loma Vista Recordings. That record was originally scheduled for an April 10th release date.

The album finds the band revisiting material they originally recorded with their late vocalist Chester Bennington prior to him finding fame in Linkin Park. The group had reunited in the month’s prior to Bennington‘s death. Drummer Sean Dowdell commented of the delay:

“When we announced that we were working on Amends our intention was always to honor Chester’s memory and to finish the work he had begun with us. Amends means so much to his family, our families and the millions of fans worldwide who embraced Chester that we feel we owe it to everyone involved to ensure that Amends receives a proper release.”

Online listening sessions for the release will now commence on the album’s originally intended release date of April 10th. If you missed the news, a number of guests were brought in to help fulfill the band’s expanded vision for the tracks, which include Bennington‘s original vocal tracks.

Among them were Brian “Head” Welch & James “Munky” Shaffer of Korn, Page Hamilton of Helmet, Jasen Rauch of Breaking Benjamin, Chris Traynor of Bush, Ryan Shuck of Julien-K/Adema fame and LP. Bennington‘s son Jaime also made a cameo.

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