Deftones will be debuting their new song “Leathers” next Tuesday, September 18th. Meanwhile, “Tempest” has been selected as the first single from the groups forthcoming album, “Koi No Yokan“, and will follow on October 09th.
“Koi No Yokan” will receive a November 13th release date. While a tentative track listing for the album has been circulating online; the bands camp have stated that it is not entirely correct. Expect more info soon.
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Progress is once again underway with the upcoming debut release from Palms. The highly-anticipated outfit, who feature ex-members of Isis and Deftones‘ Chino Moreno, are currently laying down vocals. Band drummer Aaron Harris checked in with the following brief update on that and more via his website.
“This week, I’m in the studio with Chino working on vocals for our debut Palms record. It’s sounding really great and we’re all psyched. I’m just going to leave it at that and stay focused. Sorry to tease.”
*[theprp.com] Another Fight Amp track has hit the web, this time over at Invisibleoranges.com. You can check out “Creepy Kicks” from their new album “Birth Control” now at the above-mentioned link. Translation Loss have “Birth Control” slated for a September 25th release date.
*[theprp.com] Caspian‘s “Procellous” can be streamed below via Absolutepunk.net. The song is culled from the groups upcoming album “Waking Season“. You can expect to find that in stores on September 25th through Triple Crown Records.
*[pitchfork.com] Earlier this year, Scottish mope-rockers The Twilight Sad released a fine album in the form of No One Can Ever Know. On November 5, FatCat will release a remix companion to that album, featuring contributions from folks like Optimo, Com Truise, and Liars, who turn in this remix of LP cut "Nil".
*[SPIN.com] South Florida is the reigning home of poptimist-metal royalty, and creeping up from behind those palm trees in Winter Haven comes House of Lightning. The band is the ecstasy-sludge project from guitarist/vocalist Henry Wilson (drummer for Steve Brooks' pre-Torche hook-monsters Floor; and frontman for equally monstrous band Dove) alongside fellow Dovester John Ostberg. It's got all the muck-pop celebration rock of vintage Floor or Torche, but with the fireworkin' beach blanket bombast of Van Halen harmonies, Jesu feeback blurts, and the occasional double-kick flurry crashing the party. Their debut album Lightworker is due sometime this year, and they've got some tour dates with Big Business coming up. In the meantime, get acquainted with first taste, "More Lights More Trails" HERE.
House of Lightning Tour Dates:
September 30 - Brooklyn, NY @ Death By Audio
October 1 - Philadelphia, PA @ Johnny Brenda’s
October 2 - Baltimore, MD @ The Ottobar
October 3 - Washington DC @ DC9
October 4 - Raleigh, NC @ Kings
October 5 - Atlanta, GA @ The Earl
October 6 - Pensacola, FL @ Handlebar
October 7 - New Orleans, LA @ One Eyed Jacks