Supergroup’s self-titled debut of improvised fusion music is out in August.
The Faith No More keyboardist/guitarist and his boyfriend describe the new outfit as “”gay lovers making gay music.”
It’s an instrumental jazz project with drummer Jeremy Gustin and bassist Spencer Zahn.
The duo formerly played together in Red Host and will release their debut on May 29th.
The band, featuring Overkill’s Bobby Blitz on vocals, plays metal versions of ’70s rock classics.
“Rope Off The Tigers” is taken from the Canadian trio’s debut album.
The band features Dennis Lyxzén (Refused), Brian Baker (Minor Threat, Bad Religion), Michael Hampton (Embraceh) and Johnny Temple (Girls Against Boys).
The Interpol frontman is joined by members of The Walkmen and Bonny Light Horseman.
The band’s lineup features Children of Bodom’s frontman Alexi Laiho and guitarist Daniel Freyberg alogside Paradise Lost drummer Waltteri Väyrynen, bassist Mitja Toivonen, and touring keyboardist Lauri Salomaa.
Plus, watch the new band cover Low’s “Everybody’s Song”.
Group also features members of The Walkmen and Bonny Light Horseman.
The band also features Les Binks on drums.