DEFTONES Guitarist's SOL INVICTO Side Project To Release Debut EP In May

SOL INVICTO, the drum 'n' bass-meets-metal side project of DEFTONES guitarist Stephen Carpenter, Eric Bobo of CYPRESS HILL on percussion and drums, Richie Londres from the C.L.P. (CULTURA LONDRES PROYECTO) on production/guitar and AJ Cookson (UK-based producer), will release its debut recording, a four-song EP called "Unidose", on May 12 via Altered Beats Music and iTunes. There will also be two free downloads of remixes by Richie Londres and AJ Cookson, available only on MySpace.

SOL INVICTO's sound is described as "a mix of DEFTONES-style heavy guitar riffs and soundscape melodies with grimy crushing drum-and-bass beats and basslines, all mixed down in London, England."

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