There’s More From Antemasque (Mars Volta, RHCP); Stream “Hangin in the Lurch”

by | Apr 10, 2014

We’re so thrilled that Omar and Cedric are back together — and this time with Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea. Everybody and their grandmothers have been talking about their new project that was announced yesterday called Antemasque.

You’ve probably already checked out their debut song “4AM,” but we’ve got another. This one is called “Hangin in the Lurch.”

We still haven’t heard whether or not the band will be putting out a release, though we expect one to be announced shortly. Will this new romance between Omar and Cedric rekindle The Mars Volta? Our fingers are crossed.

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