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Chino Moreno

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Photos: Deftones, AFI @ O2 Apollo Manchester

Photos by: Luke Hannaford – Hard rock band Deftones, who released their eighth album, Gore, on April 8th, 2016 via Reprise, which featured the singles “Prayers/Triangles”, and “Phantom Bride”, performed at the O2 Apollo Manchester in Manchester, UK last night with Multi-platinum-selling alt-rock band AFI, who released their newest album, AFI (The Blood Album), on January 20th, 2017, which … Continue reading

Photos: Deftones, Refused, Spotlights @ The International Centre

Photos by: Anthony D’Elia – Hard rock band Deftones, who released their eighth album, Gore, on April 8th, 2016 via Reprise, performed at the International Centre in Toronto last night with Swedish hardcore punk band Refused, who released their fourth album, Freedom, on June 29th, 2015 via Epitaph, which is their first album since 1998’s The Shape of Punk to Come, and … Continue reading

Deftones’ Chino Moreno to perform inside Icelandic volcano

By: Staff – Iceland’s Secret Solstice festival has unveiled an incredibly impressive lineup this year featuring 177 acts, including Deftones who are scheduled to headline. However, the alt-metal band’s frontman will also wow a handful of fans at a hyper-special special event with an acoustic set, in what will become one of the festival’s most unique settings. Chino Moreno has just been … Continue reading

Photos: Deftones @ Wembley Arena

Photos by: Paul Woods – Hard rock band Deftones, who released their eighth album, Gore, on April 8th, 2016 via Reprise, performed at Wembley Arena in London, UK last night.

Deftones announce new album “Gore”

By: Staff – Grammy Award-winning rock band Deftones have announced that they will release their eagerly awaited eighth studio album, Gore, on April 8th via Warner Bros. Records. Gore is available for pre-order beginning today at www.deftones.com. Those who pre-order will receive an instant download of the first single, “Prayers/Triangles.” The album was produced by Matt Hyde and Deftones. Says Deftones singer Chino … Continue reading

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