Gone Is Gone is an American rock group formed in 2016. The band consists of Troy Sanders, the singer and bass player from Mastodon, Troy Van Leeuwen, one of the guitarists for Queens of the Stone Age, Tony Hajjar, the drummer for At the Drive-In, and Mike Zarin, a t, composer and founder of Sencit Music who appeared with Van Leeuwen on Sweethead's Descent to the Surface
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Up and coming, Gone Is Gone has done nothing but thoroughly shock the Hard Rock scene. With absolute brilliancy shining above all else and treading talent still in the works, Echolocation combines a unique sense of introspective desire and definitely a flare for the dramatic. The album is extremely diverse and certainly will peak listener’s interest with such ability to keep the music fresh. If all else fails, these guys will have this groundbreaking, new, and exciting project to lean back on for many more years of music to come.
Band Name Gone Is Gone. Album Name Echolocation. Released date 06 January 2017. Labels BGM Records Rise Records. Music StyleProgressive Metal. Members owning this album0.
Gone Is Gone was initially formed by Zarin and Hajjar, who had previously worked on various film trailers for Sencit, Zarin's music production, licensing and supervision company. Feeling that their music needed another outlet, they formed the band, bringing in Van Leeuwen and Sanders. In addition to revealing the title and release date, the band also offered the track listing and unleashed a new song titled "Sentient" that can be heard above. The song starts off softly, building in intensity over time, leading into hauntingly hypnotic verses that trudge along. Keep an ear out for more from Gone Is Gone as we get closer to 2017. Gone Is Gone, Echolocation Album Art. Rise Records, Black Dune Records. Gone Is Gone, Echolocation Track Listing.
Gone is Gone are an upcoming rock band hailing out of Hollywood, recently signed to Rise Records. I had never heard of this band or their work until coming across their debut album Echolocation, which made it all the more surprising to find they had signed to Rise Records. Gone is Gone is unlike any band on the label; not just label veterans like Crown the Empire and Of Mice & Men, but also more recent signees like Chelsea Grin and The Devil Wears Prada. Rise Records isn't the type of label to restrict themselves, but having this group on the roster feels uncomfortably out of place
Gone Is Gone, the rock supergroup featuring members of Mastodon, Queens of the Stone Age, and At the Drive-In, have officially announced their debut full-length album. It’s titled Echolocation, and it’s out January 6 via Rise/Black Dune. Check out the full tracklist and cover artwork below. Yesterday, the band debuted their single Sentient via BBC Radio 1; listen to that below as well. Gone Is Gone put out their self-titled EP this summer.
Alt-rock collective Gone Is Gone find their middle ground. Instead the classy, glacial alt-rock of guitarist Troy Van Leeuwen’s time in A Perfect Circle and, more fittingly, Failure, is where Echolocation most comfortably sits. Sanders’ lumbering bass on Resurge is pure QOTSA, but with Josh Homme replaced by The Cure’s Robert Smith. Gone Is Gone benefit from not trying to mash up the sum of their parts into a big Mastodon-QOTSA-ATDI mess, instead just writing a record of enjoyably subtle alternative rock.
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