According to Deadline, Chino Moreno (Deftones, etc.) composed the score for a new episode of Hulu‘s anthology series “Into The Dark.” The episode Moreno scored is called “I’m Just Fucking With You” and it “tells the story of a man and his sister on the way to a family wedding, who endure a night of increasingly frightening practical jokes during a one-night stay at a secluded motel.” The episode will premiere during the “SXSW Film Festival” in Austin, TX next month and it will hit Hulu on April 5.
Chino Moreno (Deftones) has guested on a new version of Vowws‘ song “Structure Of Love.“ This version of the track, which is called “Structure Of Love II,” was mixed by Danny “Renhölder” Lohner (ex-Nine Inch Nails, etc.) and it can be heard below:
Deftones’ Chino Moreno previously guested on a Como Asesinar a Felipes track titled “Disparan (Fill The Skies)” and an official video for it is now available. You can check that out below:
Deftones’ Chino Moreno has guested on a new song from Chilean hip hop group Como Asesinar a Felipes. The track is called “Disparan (Fill The Skies)” and it can be heard below:
Chino Moreno (Deftones) is streaming a new song titled “Brief Exchange.” The track was recorded for DC Comics’ “Dark Nights: Metal” soundtrack. Tyler Bates and Mike Elizondo have been working on music for the series as well. This news comes after Mastodon’s Brann Dailor previously contributed “Red Death“ to the series.
UPDATE: The PRP are now reporting that this is not the cover Chino Moreno recorded with Death Valley High. Many sites assumed that was the case due to Death Valley High teasing it would be a “cruel summer” before their “Duel” EP got scrapped. The track was actually recorded by Moreno, his Palms bandmate Aaron Harris (ex-Isis,) and composer Kris Dirksen for Methodicdoubt.com.
Death Valley High recorded a cover of Bananarama‘s “Cruel Summer” with Deftones’ Chino Moreno back in 2015 for their covers EP “Duel,“ but it was never released. Now, the track has surfaced online via a new Methodic Artists playlist. You can find that aforementioned playlist HERE.
[via The PRP]