Deftones vocalist Chino Moreno teamed up with Chuck Doom and Far guitarist Shaun Lopez and created Crosses, which is simply known by the symbol †††. The trio has just released a new music video for '†he Epilogue' off of the band's self-titled debut.
Palms have just unveiled their new video for 'Mission Sunset,' but it's actually more of a short film. Clocking in at just under 10 minutes, the film follows a man in distress as the tales of his tragic love life unfold.
The release date for ††† (Crosses) self-titled debut album is tomorrow (Feb. 11), and you can listen to a full stream of the album via Pitchfork. In a new interview, ††† vocalist Chino Moreno talked about the status of Deftones, and also about the loss of his bandmate Chi Cheng.
Chino Moreno has been known to stay busy with other projects outside of the Deftones. His latest band takes a small page out of the Prince handbook by simply using a set of symbols to display their name, Crosses - †††. Check out the new video for their song 'Bi†ches Brew'.
Deftones continue to receive plenty of acclaim for their 'Koi No Yokan' album, with the disc making many year-end Top 10 critics lists, including a No. 1 spot on Loudwire's 10 Best Rock Albums of 2012. But the success for the band is bittersweet as they've been doing it without the services of longtime bassist Chi Cheng, who has mostly been in a comatose state since his 2008 car accident.
Chino Moreno is a busy man with a thirst for great music, and the Deftones vocalist says that while his band and the 'Koi No Yokan' album are his main priorities, he's also keeping himself occupied with various side projects in his spare time.