Venamoris (Ex-Slayer, Etc.) Premiere “Drowning Emotion” Music Video

Venamoris, the project featuring Dave Lombardo (ex-Slayer, etc.) and his wife Paula, have premiered a new video for their new song “Drowning Emotion.” The track, which features bassist Ra Diaz (Suicidal Tendencies, etc.) and guitarist George Pajon Jr. (Cairo Knife Fight, etc.), will appear on the band’s new album “Drown In Emotion,” which is set to be released on February 10.

Venamoris (Ex-Slayer, Etc.) Premiere New Song “Crimson Tears”

Venamoris, the new project featuring Dave Lombardo (ex-Slayer, etc.) and his wife Paula, have premiered a new song titled “Crimson Tears.” This track is from their new album, “Drown In Emotion,” which will be released on February 10. The band commented:

“‘Crimson Tears’ is available to download now! Thank you to our very special guests Ra Diaz (bass) and Tim Stewart (guitar) for lending their talent to this song.. and a few others!”

Venamoris (Ex-Slayer, Etc.) To Release Debut Album “Drown In Emotion“ In February, Premiere “Let Me Be” Video

Venamoris, the new project featuring Dave Lombardo (ex-Slayer, etc.) and his wife Paula, have revealed the details for their new album “Drown In Emotion.” The effort will be released on February 10 and it will feature contributions from Tyler Bates (Jerry Cantrell, etc.), Ra Diaz (Suicidal Tendencies, etc.), Jack Gibson (Exodus), George Pajon (Black Eyed Peas, etc.), and Tim Stewart (Lady Gaga, Damnage Gooods). A video for the record’s first single, “Let Me Be,” can be found below:

“Drown In Emotion” Track Listing:

01. “Let Me Be”
02. “We Fall”
03. “This Is Me”
04. “Crimson Tears”
05. “Misguided”
06. “Drowning Emotion”
07. “I Love It”
08. “In My Silence”
09. “It’s Gone”
10. “Tell Me How You Know”
11. “Oceans”
12. “So Good”

Dave Lombardo (Ex-Slayer, Etc.) And His Wife Sign With Three One G For New Project Venamoris

Venamoris, the new project featuring Dave Lombardo (Testament, ex-Slayer, etc.) and his wife Paula, have signed a new deal with Three One G. Dave commented:

“Several months after meeting Paula in 2010, she hesitantly shared with me her past decade-long career as the lead back up singer for Wayne Newton. She later played me some of the demos she recorded throughout the years and I was floored by her sonically soothing, rich tone and natural, instinctive ability to harmonize. I was determined to persuade her to return to her creative self. It’s been a deeply gratifying journey witnessing this music come to life.”