Chino Moreno of Deftones and three members of ISIS are releasing an album as Palms. It will be out later this June via Ipecac Recordings. Check out the trailer below:
All info comes courtesy of Rarely Unable.
Palms, the Los Angeles-based band featuring members of ISIS and Deftones, have posted an album trailer (http://youtu.be/460RXD9wYAc) featuring music from their forthcoming, self-titled debut (June 24, Ipecac Recordings).
A variety of pre-order bundles have also been made available including limited edition vinyl (5 colors are available in 200 piece editions), t-shirts and posters. The packages can be found via http://www.bluecollardistro.com/categories.php?cPath=1657. A digital pre-order from iTunes gives users immediate access to the song “Tropics” (https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/palms/id644888681).
“Patagonia,” a song from the upcoming album, is streaming via Pitchfork (http://pitchfork.com/reviews/tracks/15371-palms-patagonia/).
Palms came together following the demise of ISIS, with Jeff Caxide (bass), Aaron Harris, (drums) and Clifford Meyer (keyboards/guitar) electing to continue playing music together. “After a little time Jeff, Cliff, and I decided that it was insane that we all still lived here in Los Angeles and weren't playing together,” Harris says. “It just sort of happened naturally, probably because we have been playing together for so long, and things started to come together. But we didn't want to be instrumental: We wanted vocals. We just weren't exactly sure who that would be at first.” The band, knowing that Chino Moreno (Deftones) had been a fan of ISIS, thought he would be a great fit and he agreed. “A chance to work with the guys from ISIS sounded like a lot of fun,” Moreno says, “I've always been into the atmospheric sounds they had created with that project and felt my sense of melody would meld well with theirs."
On their self-titled debut, the heavy, stargazing rock outfit venture into bold sonic territory that careens from kinetic churning guitars to quiet, atmospheric moments mining rich emotional environments. The debut is wrought with dark anthems and intense textures, shoring cinematic, introspective interludes with tidal waves of distortion.
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