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Deftones, Isis collaboration Palms: new song available for streaming
Palms, the musical collaboration between Deftones vocalist Chino Moreno and former members of Isis (Aaron Harris, Clifford Meyer and Jeff Caxide), will release its self-titled debut album on June 25 via Mike Patton's (Faith No More) Ipecac label.

A song from the Cd, "Patagonia", can be streamed via

The quartet has also announced its first tour dates: a four-date West Coast run this July, with stops in San Diego, Orange County, Los Angeles and San Francisco:

July 10 - San Diego, Ca - Belly Up Tavern
July 11 - Santa Ana Ca - The Observatory
July 12 - Los Angeles, Ca - The Troubadour
July 13 - San Francisco, Ca - Slim’s

Tickets for the shows are on sale as follows: Los Angeles on May 2, Orange County (Santa Ana) and San Diego on May 3 and San Francisco on May 5.

Palms came together following the demise of Isis, with Jeff Caxide (bass), Aaron Harris (drums) and Clifford Meyer (keyboards/guitar) electing to continue playing music together.

"After a little time, Jeff, Cliff, and I decided that it was insane that we all still lived here in Los Angeles and weren't playing together," Harris says. "It just sort of happened naturally, probably because we have been playing together for so long, and things started to come together. But we didn't want to be instrumental: We wanted vocals. We just weren't exactly sure who that would be at first." The band, knowing that Chino had been a fan of Isis, thought he would be a great fit and he agreed.

"A chance to work with the guys from Isis sounded like a lot of fun," Moreno says, "I've always been into the atmospheric sounds they had created with that project and felt my sense of melody would meld well with theirs."

Photo credit: Travis Shinn