Lamb of God just debuted the music video for "Embers" off their most recent release, VII: Sturm und Drang. Guitarist…
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Also part of a Morrisey track.
Last week, it was revealed that Deftones frontman Chino Moreno would be the first musician to ever perform inside a…
There's a hole in the Earth, and Chino is in it.
Photographer Robert Forte went on down to the Carolina Rebellion, and came back with a massive gallery of nearly 400 photos including the likes of Asking Alexandria, Avatar, Bring me the Horizon, Bullet for my Valentine, Deftones, Disturbed, Five Finger Death Punch, Ghost, Hellyeah, Lamb of God, Megadeth, Rob Zombie, Scorpions, SIXX A.M. View the entire gallery here.
Ghost, Anthrax, Baroness, Sevendust, Pierce The Veil, etc. will all be there.
We've all been there, and it absolutely, whole-heartedly fucking sucks.
Some of the best album sales of the band's career as well.
Deftones continue their push for their new album Gore with a live performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, performing…
Deftones released a very pretty new music video for "Prayers/Triangles" and it goes perfectly with that bong you just packed…
THE WEEKLY INJECITON: New Releases From DEFTONES, IHSAHN, CULT OF LUNA & JULIE CHRISTMAS and More Out Today - 4/8
This week is stacked with an unexpected spectacular collaboration, the latest solo outing from a black metal OG, and more. To the metals…
Regarding the legacy of the band, I view Deftones as divided into two entities, segmented by the passing of Chi. Adrenaline through Saturday Night Wrist represents their mastering of nü angst to alt-metal experimentation as the two releases in the past six years would act as the next matured stage in the band. Personally, both Diamond Eyes and Koi No Yokan seemed to just hit the nail on the head after the tense hiatus. While those two LPs were received quite well by both critics and fanbase, it felt as if there was a reluctance to hold them as highly as previous releases with the absence of such a founding member still on the mind. In hopes of bridging this gap, the group takes the third step forward in a continuation of their established creativity and depth with Gore.
He also discusses dabs… so y'know, getting baked.
Nobody got paid, ad they're pissed. Naturally.
Deftones remains to be Deftones.
Whole lot of low-down action in here.
'Bout that time again, eh?