Apparently Omar Rodriguez-Lopez and Cedric Bixler-Zavala (The Mars Volta) have buried the hatchet and formed a new band - Antemasque. They've also recruited former Mars Volta member Dave Elitch on drums and the legendary Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers on bass. You can watch a short teaser video in the replies.
Louis XIV frontman Jason Hill formed a new project dubbed Vicky Cryer. He collaborated with members of Muse, The Killers, The Mars Volta, Jamiroquai and more on the debut album, The Synthetic Love of Emotional Engineering, which is due out April 16th. Details are in the replies.
3. Krokodil Tears
4. Touch You
5. The Synthetic Love of Emotional Engineering
6. Expensive Love
7. Lady and the Tramp
8. Young Love
9. I'll Take the Pain
10. A Single Cut (Is Worth A Thousand Words)
Anywhere will release their self-titled debut album on July 24th via ATP Recordings. Listen to a track and see the artwork in the replies. The group is a collaboration between Cedric Bixler-Zavala (At the Drive-In, The Mars Volta) and Mike Watt (Minutemen, fIREHOSE).
1. Pyramid Mirrors
2. Rosa Rugosa
4. Dead Golden West
6. Shaman Mantra
7. Infrared Moses
Big Sir, the project of Lisa Papineau (Air France, M83) and Juan Alderete (The Mars Volta), have a new album titled Before Gardens After Gardens coming out on February 7th through Sargent House. You can hear the songs "Our Pleasant Home" (which features Cedric of The Mars Volta on drums), and "Ready on the Line" in the replies.
The Mars Volta will release their Sixth album, Noctourniquet, on March 27th. The track listing can be found below and the album art can be found in the replies.
1. The Whip Hand
4. Empty Vessels Make The Loudest Sound
5. The Malkin Jewel
7. In Absentia
10. Trinkets Pale of Moon
13. Zed And Two Naughts
2. Mundo De Ciegos (MP3)
3. Ojo Al Cristo De Plata
4. Amanita Virosa
5. Sangrando Detrás De Los Ojos
7. Asco Que Conmueve Los Puntos Erógenos
9. Perder El Arte De La Razón Sin Mover Un Sólo Dedo
10. a) Flores De Cizaña
11. b) Maria Celeste
The recent merger between video game developers Activision and Vivendi could prove extremely beneficial for Activision's Guitar Hero series, as Vivendi brings an extensive list of music subsidiaries which could be used in the games, including The Mars Volta, U2, Fall Out Boy, Oasis, Eminem, and more.