Vendetta Red have announced a show in Seattle on May 29th. More information can be found here.
Blake Solomon on 05/15/15 - 08:34 AM
According to the band's latest press release, Vendetta Red plan to record new music this year to release this summer.
After a premature breakup of 4 years, the band was oddly brought back to life by a cell phone prank. It seems that a collection of mystery fans set it upon themselves to book a fake gig in Seattle for the band. Some members were even living out of state at the time. After a series of confusing texts, a fury of social media interest and massive pre-sale tickets, the members eventually agreed to play. After the sold out show, there was renewed energy and an idea to record together again. The result were two earth shattering, bowel cracking concept EPs entitled "Scripture"...
Jason Tate on 02/05/15 - 10:54 PM
You can view Vendetta Red's new video for "Close to Me" over at NoiseCreep.

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Drew Beringer on 10/17/12 - 01:29 PM
Vendetta Red have recorded 11 songs with producer Terry Date for their fifth album, Scripture. Stream one of the tracks, "Close to Home," on Facebook.
Alex DiVincenzo on 06/13/12 - 10:59 AM
Vendetta Red's new website is up, and it contains a stream of a new song.

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Jason Tate on 02/09/12 - 11:23 AM
Vendetta Red has released a new song off their upcoming full length, Scripture, on facebook.

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Jason Tate on 01/16/12 - 08:52 AM
Vendetta Red are getting back together to play Bumbershoot Fest.

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Keagan Ilvonen on 06/02/11 - 04:17 AM
Vendetta Red will play a reunion show with Sirens Sister on March 5th at El Corazon in Seattle.

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Matthew Tsai on 12/30/10 - 07:30 PM
Vendetta Red will be playing a reunion show sometime in 2011.

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Matthew Tsai on 12/29/10 - 08:49 PM
In a day when crunkcore and neon seems to be far too commonplace, pausing to remember Seattle, WA's Vendetta Red seems utterly necessary. Emerging onto the mainstream music scene with their impressive, rage-filled major-label breakthrough Between the Never and Now, Vendetta Red managed to mix melody and radio-friendly choruses with daunting sonic heights. Lead singer Zach Davidson's captivating vocals and clever wordplay were the perfect complement to snarly guitars and bombastic drums. Though it's been six years since lead single "Shatterday" was relative on radio, not a month goes by the song doesn't make it onto my iTunes playlist. Even to this day, few songs have as strong a chorus...
Gregory Robson on 08/05/09 - 05:36 AM
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