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Deftones have just released a new single off of their new album, Gore, as well as a tour.
As Zane Lowe said during his Beats 1 Radio Show, “2016 just got a whole lot better for me and for millions of people around the world.” This is because Deftones have just released a new single off of their new album, Gore. According to Pitchfork, the followup album to 2012’s Koi No Yokan is set to be released on April 8 via Warner Bros with much anticipation. The new track can be streamed below.
The Bands lead singer, Chino Moreno, had this to say to Lowe on his show about the new song.
“I feel as if like it’s just one of those songs that’s very Deftones where that dynamic is there as far as the even flow and that dynamic as those parts that go at your throat, you know? But it is also has a soothing quality as well and that dichotomy is what makes us who we are in a way. So I feel it’s a good representation of where we’re are right now and where we have been in the past as well.”
The Deftones have also announced a tour that will start in early March in Costa Mesa, CA at the MUSINK Festival. The tour will take them all over North America and also parts of Europe for its second leg. The tour will eventually end in Reykjavik, Iceland at the Secret Solstice on June 18. A full list of tour dates can be found below.
03-05 Costa Mesa, CA – MUSINK Festival
03-16 Mission, TX – Never Say Never Festival
03-19 San Antonio, TX – Lonestar Events Center
03-20 Dallas, TX – Southside Ballroom
03-22 Houston, TX – Revention Music Center
03-24 Lubbock, TX – Lonestar Pavilion
05-08 Kannapolis, NC – Carolina Rebellion
05-13 Atlanta, GA – Shaky Knees Music Festival
06-03 London, England – SSE Arena Wembley
06-04 Nürburgring, Germany – Rock am Ring
06-05 Numberg, Germany – Rock im Park
06-09 Nickelsdorf, Austria – Nova Rock
06-10 Leicestershire, England – Download Festival
06-14 Cologne, Germany – Palladium
06-15 Berlin, Germany – Columbiahalle
06-17 Aarhus, Denmark – NorthSide Festival
06-18 Reykjavik, Iceland – Secret Solstice