It's a great day to be a Deftones fan! The eclectic rock band have announced the track listing for their hugely anticipated seventh full-length, 'Koi No Yokan.' Not only that, but Deftones are offering the new track 'Leathers' as a free download with no catch whatsoever on the band's website. It also can be heard in the player below.
In a new interview, Deftones frontman Chino Moreno speaks about the writing process for the band's upcoming album 'Koi No Yokan' compared to various other releases and how he deals with the ailing state of his friend and bass player Chi Cheng.
Deftones have perfected the quiet-loud dynamic in hard rock. They expertly mesh frontman Chino Moreno's love of PJ Harvey and guitarist Stephen Carpenter's Meshuggah worship in their songs. Those two forces collide in Deftones music, which
Deftones have confirmed that their seventh studio album is titled 'Koi No Yokan,' and it will be released on Nov. 13. The 'Tones, who spent a chunk of their summer on the road with System of a Down, will support 'Koi No Yokan' with a headline tour. They will be joined by special guests Scars on Broadway, featuring SOAD guitarist Daron Malakian.
Deftones have put in the work, and now they're going to have a little fun on top of it by recording a few cover songs. Singer Chino Moreno, interviewed by Minnesota radio station 93X prior to Knotfest, revealed that the group's forthcoming album has been recorded and they're now making plans for the covers.
Deftones fans recently had reason to get excited, as the band debuted a pair of new tracks in Los Angeles in anticipation of their forthcoming record. However, singer Chino Moreno says that people shouldn't necessarily look to 'Rosemary' an
Hot on the heels of premiering the new song 'Rosemary,' Deftones shared another new jam called 'Roller Derby.' The 'Tones performed both 'Rosemary' and 'Roller Derby' last night (July 28) at another gig at the Troubadour in Hollywood. You can view live footage of both songs, which are expected to appear on the band's upcoming album, below.
Deftones are getting the itch to play, having booked a gig on short notice at the Troubadour in Los Angeles and dropping by the Warner Bros. ski lodge headquarters, also in L.A., for a Friday performance.
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