Gone Is Gone – Gone Is Gone album review
Alt-rock A-listers Gone Is Gone set out their exotic stall with self-titled album
These days, people throw the ‘supergroup’ label at any bunch of vaguely recognisable roleplayers jamming with a dude who spent some time on a club tour with an ageing hair metal band in the late 90s. A quick eyeballing of Gone Is Gone’s personnel, however, and it’s impossible not to get excited. With members of Mastodon, At The Drive-In and QOTSA filling out the ranks, one can assume the vibe will be anything but formulaic.