We’ve been talking a lot about The Black Queen, the experimental project featuring The Dillinger Escape Plan’s Greg Puciato, Telefon Tel Aviv/NIN’s Josh Eustis, and programmer Steven Alexander.
The band is on course to releasing their debut album Fever Daydream in January, and they’ll also be making their live debut. They’ll be taking the stage in Glendale, CA at the Complex on January 29 (the same day as the album’s release) where they’ll be performing their jams live for the first time.
Greg Puciato commented,
The overall aesthetic to me is as important as the music… We care about every detail of everything involved, and treat every aspect as an opportunity for expression. To make everything intersect. In that way, this feels more like an art project than a band.
Here’s their new video for “Maybe We Should.”
Fever Daydream comes out on January 29.