VENDED Feat. COREY TAYLOR’s And SHAWN CRAHAN’s Sons: Debut Single, ‚Asylum‘, Out Now

VENDED, the band fronted by Griffin Taylor, the son of SLIPKNOT and STONE SOUR singer Corey Taylor, has just released its debut single, „Asylum“. The visceral new track is powered by the pummelling rhythm section of Simon Crahan (son of SLIPKNOT percussionist Shawn „Clown“ Crahan) and Jeremiah Pugh (bass), the ferocious guitar work of Cole Espeland (lead guitar) and Connor Grodzicki (rhythm guitar). VENDED will play major live shows in the coming weeks when it opens the bill at both Knotfest Iowa and Knotfest Los Angeles. VENDED’s fresh and unique sound heralds in a new era and the arrival of the next generation of brutality to hail from Des Moines, Iowa. Formed in February of 2018, VENDED exhibits a furiously heavy sound built upon the foundations laid by the speed, power and precision of the rhythm section, layered with ferocious guitars, soul crushing solos and gutteral-yet-melodic vocals that portray the hardships and the harsh realities of life. VENDED had its first mainstream exposure in 2020 when they performed as part of Knotfest.com’s virtual „Pulse Of The Maggots“ festival. Their live performance, filmed at The Electric Theatre, has clocked up over 100,000 views on YouTube and garnered the band a swathe of new fans from around the world, eager to hear more from the five-piece. VENDED played its first headlining show in March at the iconic local club Vaudeville Mews in Des Moines, Iowa. Griffin, who looks a lot like his father, previously showcased his skills when he joined Corey onstage during STONE SOUR shows in 2017 and 2018. According to The Pulse Of Radio, he’s also played cover tunes with Simon Crahan, while Clown’s daughter Alexandria Crahan-Conway has snapped some of VENDED’s previous press pics. Left to right in photo: Cole Espeland (lead guitar), Griffin Taylor (vocals), Connor Grodzicki (rhythm guitar), Simon Crahan (drums), Jeramiah Pugh (bass). Photo credit: Michael Watson

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