EVANESCENCE Drummer Launches Clothing Line

EVANESCENCE drummer Rocky Gray (ex-LIVING SACRIFICE, SOUL EMBRACED), who is not normally known for his sense of style, has apparently launched his own clothing company called Crimewave Clothing.

"Yeah, I went and did the unthinkable, huh?!" Gray stated in a recent online posting. "Well the [Crimewave Clothing] junk is tha bomb and all y'all are gonna love it. Hahahahahaha!

"Anyhoo [sic]... Crimewave ain't about me — it's about getting cool shirts and what-not that people ain't makin for us so I'm taking it into my own hands and got a couple of my boys workin' with me to help create 'em.

"Ladies, you know I'm gonna take care of ya! We're gonna have a lot of cool stuff for you, too!!! It don't matter if you little bitty or big-boned, I gotcha somethin'."

An official Crimewave Clothing web site is currently under construction and should be launched shortly.

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