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††† (Crosses) share “Initiation” and “Protection,” first original music since 2014
††† (Crosses) share “Initiation” and “Protection,” first original music since 2014
††† (Crosses) have released two new songs, “Initiation” and “Protection.” The former is accompanied by a music video. The singles and visual mark the duo's first release in 2022, as well as their first original music since 2014. Crosses is the project of Deftones' Chin... Read More ...
10 electronic projects from metal and punk musicians worth checking out
10 electronic projects from metal and punk musicians worth checking out
Side projects allow musicians the freedom to explore interests outside of their core band. While countless metal and punk fans stay rooted in genres directly, many of the artists involved love electronic music. Some of their interest in electronic music isn’t entirely surprising given their affinity for acts such as Nine Inch Nails, Depeche Mode or other legendary bands within the genre. Howe...
Blaqk Audio (Davey and Jade of AFI) remix Crosses’ “†elepa†hy”
Blaqk Audio (Davey and Jade of AFI) remix Crosses’ “†elepa†hy”
PureVolume has premiered a remix of ††† (Crosses)’s song "†elepa†hy.” The track is taken from Chino Moreno & Co.’s debut self-titled album, which is out now on Sumerian Records. The remix was done by Blaqk Audio (Davey Havok and Jade Puget of AFI’s electronica side-project), who add their electro-goth '80s crunch. The full track can be streamed below. Check it out, and let us know wh ...
Listen along to AP #308 featuring Of Mice & Men, We Are The In Crowd, Anthony Green and more
Listen along to AP #308 featuring Of Mice & Men, We Are The In Crowd, Anthony Green and more
Our March 2014 issue: AP 308 features our first-ever Of Mice & Men cover story as well as articles on ††† (aka CROSSES) and We Are The In Crowd. Listen along as you check out our "A day in the life of Anthony Green" photo special, our Echosmith and the Summer Set fashion special and meet this month’s AP&R and AP Recs artists (Modern Baseball, the Republic Of Wolves, Anamanaguchi,
Deftones – Koi No Yokan
Deftones – Koi No Yokan
Deftones Koi No Yokan This review originally ran in AP 293. “Swerve City,” the opening track on Deftones' seventh album, is a fine distillation of the band’s essence, where vocalist Chino Moreno’s idiosyncratic pillow-talk approach to melody is buttressed by Stephen Carpenter’s alternating majestic/ugly riffing. Like much of Koi No Yokam, the s ...
††† – EP †
††† – EP †
††† EP † No one who has taken the time to listen to Deftones would ever suggest vocalist Chino Moreno is a man who likes to exist solely in one box. His main band’s catalog shows more ambition and experimentation than a hundred metalcore bands. He admirably explored more elect ...