During a recent interview with Kerrang!, Crosses (†††), the project featuring Chino Moreno (Deftones) and Shaun Lopez (Far), discussed their plans for new material. The duo are currently planning to release a series of singles rather than releasing a full album all at once.
Moreno said the following:
“We’re not going to make [the band] be such a, ‘We’ve got to do this now!’ thing, like it’s got to be all-in, all at once. The idea is to prolong this. We’re just not rushing and putting an album out – we’re sifting through it over time. At some point, once it all starts to take shape and there is enough there for a proper full-length release, we may release it with extra songs – kind of like what we did on our first record where we released five songs at a time and then put it all together at the end as a record.
Honestly, too, attention spans are so short these days. You put out a record and the next week [people are] like, ‘Okay, what’s next?’ This gives us a way to release it over time and have fun with it, instead of putting all our eggs in the basket at once.”
If you missed them, the band’s latest singles, “Initiation” and “Protection”, can be found HERE.