Watch Chester Bennington-Fronted Grey Daze’s First Video - EpicNews

Within the mid-Nineties, Chester Bennington fronted a grungy Arizona band referred to as Gray Daze that cut up up across the time that he joined Linkin Park. Now, two years after the singer’s dying, the band will likely be placing out its first broadly launched file, which accommodates vocals Bennington recorded as a teen.

The primary single, “What’s within the Eye,” finds the 17-year-old Bennington crooning and screaming over a moody mixture of murky clear guitar and pile-driving riffs: “Don’t go too quick, my good friend/Earlier than you lose management.”

The as-yet-untitled LP — which accommodates reworked recordings from the group’s independently launched information (a undertaking Bennington bought behind shortly earlier than his dying) — will come out within the spring.

“Through the years we’d grow to be extra educated, extra skilled and had extra sources, so we determined to select a number of songs from our beforehand launched albums and re-record them the way in which they deserved to have been handled again within the Nineties after we initially wrote and launched them,” the group’s surviving members stated in a joint assertion. “By February 2017, we began recording and in June, Chester and Sean [Dowdell] introduced the reunion, with a reside efficiency deliberate for that fall. Sadly, as everyone knows, that by no means occurred.”

Bennington wrote the lyrics for “What’s within the Eye” with the group’s drummer, Dowdell; the tune recollects a good friend of theirs who died in a automobile accident. The band, which was energetic between 1993 and 1996, reworked it for this launch with producers Chris Traynor (Bush, Helmet), Kyle Hoffman (Rob Zombie, Escape the Destiny) and Jay Baumgardner (Papa Roach, Coal Chamber).

An actual launch date for the album has but to be introduced.

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