The recent news of Stormy Daniels' husband Glendon Crain filing for divorce has brought some of Crain's past to light, which includes a notable history in metal. According to his biography on IMDb, the current porn actor began his musical career by joining a band called the Feds in 1995. After five full-length albums and extensive touring, Crain got up-drafted by Marilyn Manson and Rob Zombie guitarist John 5 to join his new band, Loser. Afterwards, Crain joined the thrash band New Dead Radio, in which his stint was short-lived as he soon received a call to join Godhead. The group ended up being the only band ever signed to Manson's label, Posthuman Records.

Following his stint in Godhead, Crain joined new-wave rap-rockers Hollywood Undead as their touring drummer in 2008. As all members of the band adopt surnames, his ended up becoming Biscuitz, which he held until he stopped performing with the group in 2010. Due to Hollywood's quick rise to fame, the band and Crain subsequently shared the stage with everyone from Katy Perry to Linkin Park through extensive touring and high-end festival slots. He is featured on the live tracks to Hollywood's CD/DVD release, Desperate Measures. You can watch him perform a drum solo in 2009 below.

Crain and Daniels married in 2015, but had been together as a couple since 2010. Also in 2015 he was arrested for domestic violence against Daniels, but the charges were dropped shortly before Daniels went public with romantic details between herself and President Trump. As aforementioned, Crain has now filed for a divorce and restraining order from Daniels. TMZ reports that he was granted the restraining order, which prohibits Daniels from coming in contact with him and their seven-year-old daughter.

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