Deftones singer Chino Moreno and Far guitarist Shaun Lopez are coming back with their project ††† (Crosses), as they released a new cover song Q Lazzarus’ “Goodbye Horses,” along with revealing they have also signed a new worldwide recording deal with Warner Records.
Formed in 2011, ††† (Crosses) is the musical side project of two childhood friends and neighbors, Deftones singer Chino Moreno and Far guitarist Shaun Lopez. And after a hiatus that lasted 6 years, ††† (Crosses) has finally announced its return along with an accompanying cover release of Q Lazzarus’ “Goodbye Horses.”
The beloved witch house project of Chino Moreno and Shaun Lopez have wiped the rust off the fans’ ears with their new cover song release, along with quenching with them. And luckily, they also made everyone smile with their announcement for signing a new record deal. This also gives a huge promise that there will be more music coming soon enough. ††† (Crosses) broke its silence in 2020 by releasing a cover of a ’90s song, The Beginning of the End. It went on a hiatus for 6 years after releasing its first and debut album Crosses in 2014.
And the beloved musician Chino Moreno has finally come with bearing news, announcing they “recently signed a worldwide deal,” through his social media account. He wrote:
“Very happy to announce that @crossesmusic recently signed a worldwide deal with @warnerrecords.
Looking forward to working with such an amazing crew. Hi fives to the bro @chinowmoreno, we did it.
Shout out to our manager … for leading the way. … Last but certainly not least, the dynamic duo that really runs the damn show, the wives @amychance @risamoramoreno. Appreciate u.”
††† (Crosses) released their self-titled full-length album in 2014, which was after followed by their 2012 EP ††. And announcedly, their upcoming efforts are expected to land in spring 2022. The famous side project also released 4 singles, which are Option(2012), Telepathy(2012), The Epilogue(2013), and The Beginning of the End(2020), as they now have a new effort coming beside them, Goodbye Horses.
Formed in 2011, ††† (Crosses) current lineup consists of Deftones singer Chino Moreno, Far guitarist Shaun Lopez, and bassist Chuck Doom, as they are also receiving contribute from Dino Campanella (live only), Jono Evans (live only), and Chris Robyn (session musician) as well.
Ultimately, the long-awaited upcoming album of ††† (Crosses) will be produced by Warner Records, which is among one of the “big three” labels in the music industry as a subsidiary of Warner Music Group. And the announcement of ††† signing a worldwide record deal with Warner Bros. Records with new music arriving in early 2022 came with the release of “Goodbye Horses” just recently, which you can watch and hear down below.