Deftones and Death Grips supergroup Team Sleep reunites for new album

With Death Grips no longer an active entity, drummer Zach Hill is shifting his focus to Team Sleep, his mid-2000s supergroup with Deftones singer Chino Moreno. As Pitchfork points, the band recently reunited to record a new album, which will mark the follow-up to their 2005 self-titled debut.

In anticipation, they’ve shared snippets of new songs titled “No” and “Dreamland”, which you can stream below. They’re also inviting fans into the studio next part as part of the Woodstock Sessions. Between October 17th and 18th, Team Sleep will host a listening session and Q&A, along with a live performances.

In an issued statement, the band expanded on what fans can expect:

Please join us as we create our next record in Woodstock, New York. We’ll gather at Applehead studio, near the base of the Catskill mountains to eat, write, play and record. For a long time, business people, logistics, careers, adulthood, families and the House Republicans have thwarted us, but we’ve continued to make music. At the same time, the creative process has become increasingly fragmented and dehumanized. With that in mind, we’re very excited to get together with our friends, hang out, play music and have a unique experience in a beautiful place. We’d like you to be there, too. Your participation will be essential to the independent creation and release of the live performance and our forthcoming studio record; we look forward to seeing you.

“No” and “Dreamland”:


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