Deftones Koi No Yokan
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DrHouseSchuldiner
April 13th 2013


5643 Comments


Well lulu is sweet and all but wheres the chugga!

cagedescending
April 13th 2013


4124 Comments


madly in djentger w/u

FearThyEvil
April 13th 2013


14592 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Well lulu is sweet and all but wheres the chugga!



It's in reeds voice

sixdegrees
April 13th 2013


20912 Comments


the djentrification of this thread is complete

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demigod!
April 13th 2013


48164 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

madly in anger with lulu

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DrMaximus
April 13th 2013


11830 Comments


..........................

cagedescending
April 13th 2013


4124 Comments


2djent4u

demigod!
April 13th 2013


48164 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Djentones





oh god i want to kill myself. i like this album why am i shitposting

CK
April 14th 2013


6104 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

RIP

DrHouseSchuldiner
April 14th 2013


5643 Comments


Shapes and colors are all i see

anarchistfish
April 14th 2013


25134 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

I wonder what they'll do with Eros

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Keyblade
April 14th 2013


22416 Comments


Coming together in 1988 as mere high school students, Deftones (Chino Moreno/Vocals; Stephen Carpenter/Strings;ChiCheng/Bass; Abe Cunningham/Drums; Frank Delgado/Turntables,Keys) have been a thunderous reminder for over adecadethat popular music has not been dried out completely.

Masterfully intertwining heavy guitar riffs, whisper-to-scream vocals, and a pounding rhythm section with textural soundeffects andkeyboards, Deftones' sound is unique and fresh, constantly expanding amongst the stagnant world of their peers.

Credited with the founding of a dynamic soft-to-loud songwriting style and the ushering in of a new wave of music with1995'sAdrenaline, Deftones have pushed forward the sound barrier on all subsequent releases, Around The Fur (1997), WhitePony(2000), Deftones (2003), Saturday Night Wrist (2006) and Diamond Eyes (2010). On all releases, Deftones manage toput themood and atmosphere before thebrutality, an intelligent form of head-banging.

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NightProwler
April 14th 2013


7005 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

"Deftones manage toput themood and atmosphere before thebrutality, an intelligent form of head-banging."



The Essence of Deftones

ChuckyTruant
April 14th 2013


15735 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

RIP Chi... You will be missed

InbredJed
April 14th 2013


6497 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I wonder what they'll do with Eros [2]



Sad news indeed, Chi rests in a better place y'all.

Gwyn.
April 14th 2013


16736 Comments


I'm still waiting for my novel sized review, Greer

zxlkho
April 15th 2013


3488 Comments


Deftones statement:

There are so many things I can say, and yet at this moment, none of it matters or compares to the loss everyone feels. There will be a hole in our lives where Chi once was. But that will be filled everyday with all of our love and memories we all have in our heart. He will always be here because of love. It's time we all give our love and best, and do our best to love. Especially ourselves, Chi would want that for everyone. All our healing will begin with love. I love you, Chi.

Stephen, for Deftones

https://www.facebook.com/deftones/posts/10151593354157491

eleventhsun
April 15th 2013


1475 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

White Pony!

CK
April 18th 2013


6104 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

Most popular music again.



Wasn't this number one for like two months?

LilLioness
April 18th 2013


2988 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

When it came out, it had nearly 100% on metacritic.



Personally, I think that is a load of shit. This album has way too many flaws for a perfect rating.



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