Like big riffs and trippy passages in your music? You’re in luck. Gone Is Gone, the new supergroup comprised of Mastodon singer/bassist Troy Sanders, Queens Of The Stone Age’s Troy van Leeuwen, At The Drive-In drummer Tony Hajjar and keyboardist/guitarist Mike Zarin have just released a video for their stunning new song, Stolen From Me. The track is taken from their upcoming self-titled debut EP, which will be released on July 8 via Black Dune/Rise Records/BMG.
You can check out the video for Stolen From Me below, and don’t forget to leave us your comments!
As that’s no doubt got you pumped for more Gone Is Gone, why not take a moment to re-watch their other previously released songs Violescent and Starlight below?
Digital pre-orders for Gone Is Gone’s debut are available now at iTunes and will include instant downloads of Violescent, Starlight and Stolen From Me. Additionally, physical pre-orders of the limited edition vinyl EP are available now here.
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