former ozzy osbourne guitarist joe holmes shares second teaser for new song ‘deadfall’ feat. robert trujillo, mike bordin
former ozzy osbourne and david lee roth guitarist joe holmes has shared a 2nd teaser for a brand new music called “deadfall”.
the track, that allows you to be made to be had beneathneath the joe holmes name, capabilities a recording lineup this is much like the only that tracked the debut album from joe’s farmikos project, with holmes on guitar, robert locke on vocals, and holmes’s former ozzy osbourne bandmates, bassist robert trujillo (now in metallica) and drummer mike bordin (additionally of faith no more) on drums.
according to locke, “there is lots of song recorded however not anything set in stone approximately how or whilst it is going to be launched. in the meantime, joe may be liberating some greater teasers thru his social media channels.”
farmikos’s self-titled debut album turned into launched in 2015 to essential acclaim. the disc contained ten unique songs written with the aid of using holmes and locke, with writing contributions on 8 songs with the aid of using brent hoffort. some of “farmikos” featured brooks wackerman (avenged sevenfold, ex-bad religion) on drums.
farmikos turned into holmes’s first undertaking beneathneath his very own flag due to the fact that first accomplishing nearby notoriety with terriff, an l.a. band he shaped after taking guitar instructions as a teen from none apart from unique ozzy axeman randy rhoads. holmes finally went directly to update als-afflicted jason becker at the 1991 david lee roth “a lil’ ain’t enough” international tour.
in 1995, holmes turned into added to the eye of ozzy osbourne who turned into seeking out a brand new guitarist to take over zakk wylde’s spot for the “ozzmosis” album travelling cycle. holmes might pass directly to co-write 3 songs, “facing hell”, “junkie” and “that i never had”, which seemed on ozzy’s 2001 album, “down to earth”.
holmes started taking part and developing fabric with brent hoffort after which joined forces with vocalist and arkansas local robbie locke in 2011 to prepare thoughts for what might grow to be farmikos.