8 Songs, 31 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Members of Mastodon, QOTSA, and At The Drive-In combine for searing, cinematic rock. Though the metallic roar of “Violescent” may suggest the kind of battering ram-like outing their pedigree promises, Gone Is Gone is an experimental EP that rumbles just as much as it soars—through industrial noise, dreamy ambient sound, and more.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Members of Mastodon, QOTSA, and At The Drive-In combine for searing, cinematic rock. Though the metallic roar of “Violescent” may suggest the kind of battering ram-like outing their pedigree promises, Gone Is Gone is an experimental EP that rumbles just as much as it soars—through industrial noise, dreamy ambient sound, and more.

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5:55
3:17
2:18
3:35
4:31
1:28
6:15

About Gone Is Gone

Gone Is Gone is an atmosphere-driven, heavy rock quartet built around the talents of At the Drive-In drummer Tony Hajjar, multi-instrumentalist and composer Mike Zarin, Queens of the Stone Age guitarist Troy Van Leeuwen, and Mastodon bassist/vocalist Troy Sanders. Founded in 2016, the group issued an eponymous EP in July, with its debut long-player, Echolocation, dropping in early 2017. Both releases were issued via Rise Records. ~ James Christopher Monger

  • ORIGIN
    Los Angeles, CA
  • FORMED
    2016

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