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It was recently revealed that members of Mastodon, At the Drive-In and Queens of the Stone Age had collaborated on a new project called Gone Is Gone. Now we have the first piece of music from the band.

The group finds Mastodon’s Troy Sanders on bass and vocals, Queens of the Stone Age’s Troy Van Leeuwen on guitar and At the Drive-In’s Tony Hajjar on drums, with guitarist/keyboardist Mike Zarin rounding out the band. Hajjar and Zarin had worked on some score music together before deciding they had something that went beyond the scope of their scoring. They enlisted Van Leeuwen almost immediately, then approached Sanders once they had some music to share.

The first piece of music from the band is a track called “Violescent.” Gone Is Gone recently shared a snippet of the song when announcing their formation, but the full song just debuted at Zane Lowe’s Apple Music show and you can hear it in the player below. As you might expect with Sanders involved, the track is a heavy offering with his vocals and bass cutting through what overall is a very grungy and chaotic backing.

The song will be featured on Gone Is Gone’s self-titled debut album, which is now on schedule for a July 8 release through Rise Records. The full track listing for the disc can be seen below, and the album is now available for pre-order via iTunes.

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Track list:


1. “Violescent”
2. “Starlight”
3. “Stolen From Me”
4. “Character”
5. “One Divided”
6. “Praying From the Danger”
7. “Recede and Enter”
8. “This Chapter”

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Gone Is Gone - Stolen From Me (Official Music Video)

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Troy Sanders talks Gone Is Gone first live show and recording progress


Chad Childers @ Loudwire had a chance to talk to Troy Sanders, here is an excerpt when he talks about recording progress (full interview under the link):

"We’ve got loads of material. We had a writing session last year out in L.A. and the musical floodgates opened wide. We faced a glorious problem of having loads of material coming out of us that we all were really, really into. It’s a great spot to be in. Where and how they will see the light of day is undetermined at the moment, but we’re really going to focus on the next move very soon after this first record is released and we do this short run. Gather the energy and figure out where to take this somewhere else and explode."



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