The Mendenhall Experiment have premiered a new video for their song “Prosthetic.“ This track features Korn’s James “Munky” Schaffer and it appears on the band‘s 2017 self-titled EP.
The Mendenhall Experiment’s Brandon Mendenhall told Metal Hammer the following:
“Working alongside my hero, James ‘Munky’ Shaffer from Korn, to create ‘Prosthetic‘ was a dream come true. It was also one of the scariest ‘sink or swim’ moments of my career, and in the end, I feel like it is a testament to how far I’ve come as a musician.
It was also great working as a band with our vocalist Mario Valadez to craft a lyrical landscape that not only tells the story of my journey, but also makes ‘Prosthetic‘ an anthem against discrimination. Reminding us all that no matter what divisions in life we may face, we are not alone and we’ll get through them together.”
“[He] is a big inspiration, not only for myself but it should be for lots of people that not only want to get into music, but that want to follow their dreams in anything.”
For those unaware, Mendenhall was born with cerebral palsy and after a lot of hard work he managed to overcome the disability. You can find out more about his story by watching the 2019 film “Mind Over Matter.”