If you named an artist and then asked a Metal Head to name a song by that band, nine times out of ten they’d name the same big song. Cannibal Corpse? “Hammer Smashed Face“. Limp Bizkit? “Break Stuff“. Nirvana? “Smells Like Teen Spirit“. You get the picture. So how about Deftones? We’d put our money
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Starting out with a Thrash album in 1995’s “Vicious Circle“, San Jose Californians Insolence came to prominence in 2001 when they signed to Madonna’s Maverick Records label, the home of Deftones. There they released their sixth studio record “Revolution” which actually was more of a continuation of the evolution that had seen them move into
19th August 2000 saw Sacramento Californian Alternative Metallers Deftones play Bizarre Fest in Weeze Germany, just a couple of months after their critically acclaimed third studio album “White Pony” was released. As the World celebrates the 20th Anniversary of arguably the bands most influential album, we’ve chosen “Korea” from it and that festival appearance as
In celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the classic Deftones record “White Pony“, the Sacramento Californian Alternative Metallers are putting together a remix album entitled “Black Stallion” and DJ Shadow will be one of those involved. Back in the year 2000 they played a show at The Arcadia in Santa Monica, which was live streamed.
The lead single from the 2003 self titled album from Sacramento California Alternative Metallers Deftones, “Minerva” is a song credited for bringing the Shoegaze sub-genre to the mainstream. The album itself want Gold and Frank Beato goes in deep with a look into what makes the song sound great in the latest episode of his
There aren’t going to be many Metal Heads on the Planet who don’t know who Sacramento Californian Alternative Metallers Deftones are. For most, including our very own Weaponry who picked “Around The Fur” for their episode of our “Under The Influence” series, they’re simply inspiring. For today, the track of choice is “Digital Bath”, the