Greg Fox—the composer and virtuoso drummer for Ex Eye, Liturgy, Zs, and more— has announced a new album.

Greg Fox is a multi-instrumentalist, interdisciplinary artist, and teacher born and based in New York City. A versatile and prolific creative, Fox studied percussion with Guy Licata, Thurman Barker, Marvin “Bugalu” Smith, has a B.A. in Integrated Arts from Bard College, and has toured, recorded and released numerous records with Liturgy, Guardian Alien, ZS, Ex Eye, Skeletons, Teeth Mountain, Dan Deacon, Colin Stetson, Ben Frost, and many more.

Contact is out May 29 via RVNG Intl. The follow-up to 2017’s The Gradual Progression, Contact was produced and mixed by Randall Dunn. A portion of its proceeds will benefit the Dhamma Dharā Vipassana Meditation Center. Hear the new song “From the Cessation of What” below and scroll down for the tracklist and cover art.

In addition to the album announcement, Greg Fox has launched a Kickstarter to fund a music studio in Brooklyn, which will offer services for “recording, rehearsing, and education.” “I am asking you to help support me in this endeavor,” he writes, “to lay the foundation for something new, something hopeful. It is called Studio Te.” Learn more at his Kickstarter.