Posts tagged "Palms"

Please Stop Confusing Isis the Metal Band With ISIS the Terrorist Group

As the terrorist group ISIS continues to gain prominence and infamy in the wake of the beheading of American journalist James Foley, the influential metal…
Colin Joyce / August 26, 2014

Palms Ruin Valentine’s Day With Tragic, NSFW ‘Mission Sunset’ Video

Chino Moreno has been focusing on his † † † (Crosses) side-project lately, appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and sitting down for an interview with…
Kyle McGovern / February 14, 2014

Chino Moreno’s Crosses Stir ‘Bitches Brew’ for Network TV Debut on ‘Kimmel’

Chino Moreno’s † † † (Crosses) made their network television debut on February 11, dropping by Jimmy Kimmel Live! for a double-header to support their…
Kyle McGovern / February 12, 2014

Watch Post-Metal Supergroup Palms’ First Music Video, ‘Future Warrior’

Palms, the romantic swoon-gaze metal project of Deftones’ Chino Moreno and three-fifths of post-rock icons Isis, have followed up their addictive debut LP with the…
SPIN Staff / September 26, 2013

Chino Moreno’s Palms Bring Star-Power, Swervedriver Covers to First-Ever Live Show

The crowd at Belly Up Tavern in Solana Beach, California was an absolute nightmare Wednesday night. People posed for group shots using bright flashes, furiously…
Peter Holslin / July 11, 2013

10 Albums You Can Hear Now: Smith Westerns, Wale, Bosnian Rainbows, and Transplants

It’s Wednesday! That means we’ve rounded up 10 new, streamable albums for your listening pleasure. Strap on a pair of headphones and dive in below.
Kyle McGovern / June 19, 2013

Stream Palms’ Debut LP, Dream-Metal From Deftones’ Chino Moreno and Most of Isis

Palms is a cinematic alt-metal supergroup combining 60 percent of post-rock dream weavers Isis (drummer Aaron Harris, bassist Jeff Caxide, and keyboardist Clifford Meyer), and the cloudgazing,…
Christopher R. Weingarten / June 18, 2013

Hear Deftones’ Chino Moreno and Ex-Isis Members Unite as Palms

The Deftones made a triumphant return with Koi No Yokan, which handily hurdled into SPIN's 50 Best Albums of 2012 lineup. But no matter where hi…
Chris Martins / May 1, 2013