PALMS, the musical collaboration between DEFTONES vocalist Chino Moreno and former members of ISIS (Aaron Harris, Clifford Meyer and Jeff Caxide), will release its debut album on June 25 via Mike Patton's (FAITH NO MORE) Ipecac label.
A song from the project can be streamed at this location beginning around the one-hour-two-minute mark. It can also be streamed in the YouTube clip below.
In an interview conducted in April 2012, Harris stated about PALMS' musical direction, "Clifford, Jeff and I started PALMS a little over a year ago out of a desire to continue making music together after ISIS ended. Chino joined shortly after and our sound took shape from there. We've worked really hard on this first release and are excited for people to hear it. It's nice to be back behind the drum kit, and with this lineup."
Moreno stated about his involvement in the project, "Being a huge ISIS fan, I've always dug the moods these dudes convey with their sound. I am excited to combine my sense of creativity with theirs and to have fun doing so."
Photo credit: Travis Shinn
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