Recently it was announced that members of Queens of the Stone Age, Mastodon, and At the Drive-In formed an experimental rock band called Gone Is Gone. Their upcoming self-titled EP will be released on July 8th. Today, Gone Is Gone gave us a taste of their upcoming album by releasing their single, “Violescent.”

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When asked about the meaning of the track, Troy Sanders stated,

Calming the inner beast and creating separation between yourself and the caged animal, hungry with destructive intent. Bridging negative experiences of the past into a new and colorful light, becoming your ‘violescent self’. Desiring to better your personal environment and those who surround you, you must first better yourself.”

Preorders for the digital album are available now at iTunes. Also, a limited edition vinyl will go on preorder on April 22nd at MerchNow.

Hear Gone Is Gone’s Debut Single, “Violescent”

Let us know what you think of Gone Is Gone’s debut track in the comments.