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Deftones - Gore (2016)
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Deftones is an American rock band from Sacramento, California, formed in 1988. Consisting of Chino Moreno
(lead vocals and guitar), Stephen Carpenter (guitar), Chi Cheng (bass),
Frank Delgado (keyboards and turntables), and Abe Cunningham (drums and

When Carpenter was 15 years old he was hit by a car while skateboarding.
This left him confined to a wheelchair for several months. It was at
this point that he began teaching himself guitar by playing along with
bands such as Anthrax, Stormtroopers of Death and Metallica. It has been
reported that the driver paid Carpenter a cash settlement that allowed
the band to purchase equipment, but drummer Abe Cunningham commented in
an interview that this was “a myth about how our band was started.”

Carpenter, Moreno and Cunningham went to the same high school. They were
childhood friends and remained friends through the skateboarding scene
in Sacramento. When Moreno found out Carpenter played guitar, he set up a
jam session with Cunningham and the three began playing regularly in
Carpenter’s garage circa 1988. After playing with several bassists, the
band settled on Justin Jaramillo and recorded a four track demo soon
after. Within two years the band began playing club shows and later
expanded their playing territory to San Francisco and Los Angeles where
they played shows alongside bands such as Korn. While closing for
another band in L.A., after the majority of the audience had left, the
band impressed a Maverick Records representative. They were soon after
signed to the label after showcasing three of their songs for Freddy
DeMann and Guy Oseary.

The name “Deftones” was created by Carpenter who wanted to pick
“something that would just stand out but you know, not be all
cheese-ball at the same time.” Carpenter combined the hip hop slang term
“def”, which was used by artists he listened to such as LL Cool J and
Public Enemy, with the suffix “-tones”, which was a popular suffix among
50s bands whose music he also enjoyed (e.g. Dick Dale and the Deltones;
The Quin-Tones, The Monotones, The Cleftones and The Harptones).
Carpenter said the name is intentionally vague to reflect the band’s
tendency to not focus on just one style of music.

Deftones Official Site

2016 Gore


01. Prayers/Triangles
02. Acid Hologram
03. Doomed User
04. Geometric Headdress
05. Hearts and Wires
06. Pittura Infamante
07. Xenon
08. (L)MIRL
09. Gore
10. Phantom Bride
11. Rubicon

Label: Warner Bros. Records

Over the past two decades, Deftones have been a band set on continuously evolving. While some
groups struggle to stay ahead of the curve without alienating their
audience, it’s something that the Californians have managed to
continually master. With their eighth album ‘Gore’, things are no

Balancing their sound on a knife edge, this is an album that sees their
own heaviness redefined. ‘Acid Hologram’ is a steadily paced yet
unsettling track that shows just how skilled the band are when it comes
to exerting their influence. While ‘Gore’ may not be a quintessentially,
quote end quote, heavy record – granted, it has its moments - there’s
something embedded in its DNA that make it feels huge.

The pummelling ‘Geometric Headdress’ manages to veer from Chino Moreno’s
urgent screams into warm guitars and soaring moments, while ‘Doomed
User’ somehow manages to feel both frantic and controlled, a perfect
dose of adrenaline spreading throughout the body. For every grand
statement the album makes, the results still manage to feel nuanced and
subtle – monstrous riffs aren’t used to just make a scene here. ‘Hearts
and Wires’ is a cavernous offering, ominous in its intensity before
‘Xenon’ weaves jarring electronic sounds together to create a powerful
sonic web. Yet again, Deftones have created a real beast of a record
while still showing glimpses of its heart.

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