GRAYLING "CLOSE TO HOME " LP
GRAYLING - "CLOSE TO HOME" LP
DETROIT BASED ROCK
in the style of Social Distortion / Green Day
Simply SOLID and only -
At long last, the new, and final, studio album from Detroit's Grayling, Close To Home.
In 2016, the original Grayling lineup returned to the studio for the first time since Symtoms. While Grayling’s self-titled album and their sophomore effort The Time Was Now were recorded with bassist John Henderson, drummer Shawn Grzyb and guitarist/vocalist Jarrod Wolny returned to the hard-edged punk lineup with Dave Bingham on bass to create this final effort.
In mid-2016, while recording sessions for the album were taking place, Jarrod Wolny died. The album was finished posthumously and now, a little over two years since Wolny’s passing, we’re proud to release the album in its definitive version. Featuring cover art by Mark Heggie, this eleven track album marks what may be the greatest, and sadly final, Grayling album. Enjoy.
This has truly been a labor of love, and we couldn't be prouder to share this work of art with you all.
Jarrod Wolny - Vox, Guitar
Dave Bingham and John Henderson - Bass
Shawn Gryzb - Drums, Vox
Take What You Wanna
Make A Move
Never Been So Lost
Bottom Of The Stairs
If I Was Any Worse
Making My Way
First run is limited to 200 copies on clear vinyl