A rough mix of the TEAM SLEEP track "Iceache", featuring DEFTONES frontman Chino Moreno, has been posted in MP3 format on the band's official web site at this location.
The song is taken from the group's self-titled Tone Def/Maverick Records debut, which is tentatively scheduled for release in August. Band member Todd Wilkinson recently commented on the status of the album and the group's upcoming live show at Harlows in Sacramento on Thursday, June 6th.
"Please Please Please be patient, the album is 99.9% done," stated Wilkinson.
"This show is actually helping us with the album. Playing music together is what we do. Practicing, recording and performing are all complementary... Recording is not something, like stuffing envelopes, that you can do everyday for X hours and expect similar results each day. If a song is going to make you feel a certain way, the people playing it must feel that way too. If they don't you can expect mediocrity. Fuck that."
"At the show, some songs will be different, some new ones as well. We have at least three new songs I'm not sure how many we will play live. Dan is going to play guitar with us on most songs. He's adding a lot to our sound."
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