Now this is a surprise: Palms, the short-lived supergroup featuring Deftones' Chino Moreno and ISIS' Jeff Caxide, Bryant Clifford Meyer and Aaron Harris, have resurfaced with a pair of previously unreleased tracks, "Opening Titles" and "End Credits." The all-star band first came together in 2011 and released only one album, 2013's self-titled offering, issued via Mike Patton's Ipecac Recordings. The label offered up the two newly unveiled cuts today (February 22nd) in honor of the LP's upcoming 10th anniversary. Stream them above via YouTube.
Like the songs that do appear on Palms' lone album, the two rarities encompass stormy post-metal and sunny shoegaze, with Moreno's inimitable croon hovering above it all.
"I'm really happy to share these two unreleased tracks from my band @palmsband," Harris commented on Instagram. "Much love to my friends and bandmates @taigasongs, @jcaxide & @chinowmoreno. Also to our label @ipecacrecordings. I hope you enjoy."
Palms turns 10 on June 25th.