Deftones are streaming their new video for “You’ve Seen The Butcher” which be seen below. The song is from the bands latest album, [itunes link=”http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/976-evil/id368557844?uo=4″ title=”Diamond Eyes” text=”Diamond Eyes”], in stores now. [Read more…]
Deftones are set to release their new album, Diamond Eyes, on May 4th. The band has released a video for the title track “Diamond Eyes” which you can check out below.
Deftones new video for “Rocket Skates” can be seen below. The song comes from the bands new album, Diamond Eyes, due out May 18.
Here are some albums in stores tomorrow.
Dead Poetic – Vices
Copeland – Eat, Sleep, Repeat
Casket Salesmen – Sleeping Giants
Deftones – Saturday Night Wrists
Scars Of Tomorrow – The Failure In Drowning
Prize Fighter Inferno – My Brother’s Blood Machine
Aiden – Rain In Hell CD/DVD
Demon Hunter – Triptych (Deluxe Edition) CD/DVD
Endwell – Homeland Insecurity
Four Letter Lie – Let Your Body Take Over
Moros Eros – I Saw The Devil Last Night And Now The Sun Shines Bright
The long-awaited follow-up to 2003Ãƒ¢Ã¢”š¬Ã¢”ž¢s Deftones is deceptively tuneful and alarmingly heavy, see-sawing between melancholy reflection and jaw-clenching frustration like a manic depressive refusing his meds. Saturday Night Wrist incorporates disparate elements of hard rock, heavy metal, punk, classic, alternative and electronic music within its tumultuous grooves. The band also incorporates enough cohesion between the mortar blasts to keep the music cohesive and unified.
Overall, Saturday Night Wrist is experimental and innovative, it overflows with undeniable hooks, which serve as reminders that first and foremost, Deftones will always be about strong, emotionally resonant songs. TodayÃƒ¢Ã¢”š¬Ã¢”ž¢s Deftones have emerged stronger, smarter and more excited as a result of their experience. The end result of that is Saturday Night Wrist.
1. Hole In The Earth
4. Cherry Waves
9. Pink Cellphone
11. The Earth