Deftones Tease New Album ‘Ohms’ (Out 9/25) with Apple Music Preview; Single Expected Friday


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Alt/metal pioneers Deftones led fans on an online scavenger hunt earlier this week, with the hint of a new album announcement at the end of the rainbow — and now a more concrete development has been unveiled in the form of a track listing, album title and song preview on Apple Music.

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Ohms will be released on Sept. 25, and you can hear a short snippet of the title track below:

The full track listing, as seen above:

Genesis
Ceremony
Urantia
Error
The Spell of Mathematics
Pompeji
This Link Is Dead
Radiant City
Headless
Ohms

The most recent Deftones album was 2016’s Gore, the eighth album from the band to date. And earlier this summer, the band’s 2000 album White Pony — widely considered one of the most influential albums of its era — turned 20.

The NME notes that Ohms was produced by Terry Date, who worked with the band on previous albums — including White Pony. Additionally, it is expected that the full version of the title track will premiere on Friday.

Stay tuned! In the meantime, revisit our look back on White Pony to mark its 20th anniversary:

Releasing White Pony opened doors for Deftones. It became their best-selling album, which paved the way for the creative autonomy that they’ve enjoyed ever since — autonomy that has the group all but wrapped on an upcoming ninth studio album, tentatively scheduled for a September release.


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