Vendetta Red give a cinematic take on the album with their triumphant ‘Quinceañera’. A solid mix of crafty song work written and performed with a no-filler mentality with surprising hooks and a flow-work feel from track to track giving an almost concept album feel. Take into account their past hiatus, ‘Quinceañera’ lends even more credence to the talent behind the music.

About Vendetta Red
After a 5 year Hiatus, Seattle’s own Vendetta Red are back with a vengeance. Ignited by a fan’s text gag, the foursome unexpectedly found themselves slapped back together to play a one-off “for fun” show in Spring 2011. The idea was to perform their second Epic records release “Sisters of the Red Death” in its entirety. The response was so overwhelming, the boys drunkenly agreed to start writing new music. With a renewed energy, a plethora of songwriters, the supervision of renowned rock producer Terry Date (Deftones, Pantera, Smashing Pumpkins, Slipknot) and many…many…many more beers, the band was ready to hit the studio on all cylinders.

The result was an earth-shattering, bowel cracking, ear-tickling 11 songs full-length record due out late Spring/early Summer 2012. In the meantime, the band was honored to rock the Nirvana “Nevermind” 20th-anniversary show at EMP, as well as Bumbershoot 2011.

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Vendetta Red is:
Zach Davidson:Vocals/Lyrics
Burke Thomas Overdrive:Drums
Leif Anderson: Guitars
Jonah Bergman: Bass