Vendetta Red frontman Zach Davidson says the early days of the group had a sizable drug influence. “We were taking a lot of mescaline and acid when we started the band,” Davidson tells Jason Heller of San Francisco Weekly. “We rented a house with a basement, and everybody would come over and take drugs and flip out and go downstairs and play music. And then we started coming up with really good songs, so we decided to cut down on the drugs and play shows. I think our musical cement is two parts red wine and two parts acid.”
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