Vayden is a rock band
from Phoenix, Arizona. According to lead singer Curtis
Casey, "Our music sound
is everything you've ever imagined yet nothing you’ve ever heard."
got its start in 2002—using the name
Casey met Bruce Weitz at a music store where Weitz taught
drum lessons. Bill Delrieu, Rob Robbins, and Vitor Weber
joined the band
soon after. In 2003, their self-titled album was also released.
In 2004, Weitz's son, Vayden, was killed in a car accident. Not long after, Weber
left the band
for personal reasons. In 2005, the band
was changed to Vayden in honor of the child. In 2006, the album Children of Our Mistakes
was produced with
the assistance of Ryan Greene.
In 2007, Delrieu also left the band
for personal reasons, followed
by Robbins, who left because of a back injury. They were
replaced by Jason Salomone and Armin Peterson. In February 2008, Vayden was signed on with
Silent Majority Group, a label distributed through
the Warner Independent
Label Group. Vayden continues to have a strong following of fans as it tours across USA. In 2008, a remixed
and remastered version of Children of Our Mistakes
was released as a digital