HomeMusicVended (ft. Sons of Slipknot Members) Debut Aggressive New Song

    Vended (ft. Sons of Slipknot Members) Debut Aggressive New Song

    Vended, the metal band featuring Simon Crahan (son of Slipknot‘s Clown) and Griffin Taylor (son of Slipknot’s Corey Taylor), released their debut EP last year and have now returned with another new song, “Ded To Me.”

    It’s an aggro-metal track that doesn’t fall too far from the realm of Slipknot, utilizing melody through droning, slightly atonal guitar leads and tremolo-picked passages with lunging groove breakdowns while Taylor’s pent up rage raises the overall intensity.

    Speaking about the new song, Vended state, “This song is unforgiving and uncompromising. We are back and better than ever. This is a straight fuck you!”

    Listen to “Ded To Me” further down the page.

    While there’s no word as to whether or not more material can be expected in the near future, Vended will be quite busy this summer and into the fall with a wealth of tour dates approaching. On deck is a European tour opening for Slipknot with special guests Jinjer and, starting in early September, they’ll serve as the opener on In Flames‘ headlining tour with Fit For An Autopsy and Orbit Culture. See the In Flames dates here and, for tickets, head to this location.

    “We’ve spent the past year playing shows, touring, releasing music, and meeting fans in the U.S.,” says Vended, “Now it’s time to start WORLD DOMINATION and hit Europe with the same energy. Hope you’re ready, here we come…!”

    Vended, “Ded To Me” Lyrics

    Can I get some fucking peace and quiet
    If I could get away from all of the noise
    There’s a fire in my head been here chosen
    lets say this is my way of killing the perversions

    Hey sorry I was late
    Busy killing all your traits
    Now I’m just a comeback suck in a stutter
    Knock knock open up motherfucker
    Is resentment the clean slate for the discontent?
    Is resentment the only thing helping me through the torment?

    Take a look at me, look at what you’ve done and see
    That all I hear are shrieks when the banshie speaks
    You never even blinked
    So don’t even think I’m not paying attention,
    You fucked up the lesson

    Take a look at me, look at what you’ve done and see
    That in my mind are shrieks when I hear you speak!
    You never really cared, don’t act like it’s fair

    So say it, say it
    I’m overreacting
    Maybe, Maybe
    But who taught me that?
    Say it, Say it
    You’re overreactive
    Maybe, Maybe
    I’m over your bullshit
    I was late
    Busy killing everything
    When you’re just a comeback stuck in a stutter

    Think you fucking know me
    You know nothing
    Think you fucking own me
    For all the times you ruined me

    Drop dead

    Vended, “Ded To Me”

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