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Formed: 1989
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Deftones Posts More Studio Footage Online

Californian rockers Deftones has uploaded another video documenting the band at work in the studio. You can check it out below.

Deftones are currently finishing work on a brand new studio album entitled, "Eros" which is expected to be released early next year. The album was produced by Terry Date and engineered by Scott Olsen. More...

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Deftones Posts More Studio Footage Online

Sacremento, California based rockers Deftones has posted another video containing footage of the band at work in the studio. You can check it out below.

Deftones are currently writing a brand new studio album entitled, "Eros" and are working with producer Terry Date. More...

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Deftones Uploads New Studio Video

Deftones has uploaded a new video documenting the recording of their forthcoming effort, "Eros." You can check it out below.

"Eros" was produced by Terry Date (well known for working with Pantera and Soundgarden among others) and is scheduled for an early 2009 release date. More...

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Video Of New Deftones Song Available

Fan filmed video footage of a new Deftones song, tentatively titled "Melanie" as been posted online at YouTube. You can check it out below.

The band are currently finishing mixing their new album, "Eros" which is set to be released in early 2009. More...

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Deftones Bassist Speaks On New Album

Deftones bassist Chi Cheng has recently posted his thoughts regarding the new songs being recorded for the next Deftones album, tentatively titled "Eros."

He states: "We've been locked into the studio, as you know, and are finishing the drum tracks on a song tentatively called 'Trempest'. It's heavy as fuck with a shitload of groove 'n even though it's been driving me crazy as it runs through my insomniatic brain, I am really excited! I always say this shit, but I truly believe this album to be well worth the wait and appreciate all your support and kind loyalty. The idea of finishing the album and getting out to play in front of y'all is a nice light at the end of my tunnel. We intend to tour extensively so don't fret."

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Deftones Prepare To Enter Studio

DEFTONES will enter a Sacramento, California studio later this month with producer Terry Date (SOUNDGARDEN, PANTERA) and engineer Scott Olson (DEFTONES, UNEARTH) to begin recording the band's sixth studio album, "Eros", tentatively due before the end of the year.

Commented frontman Chino Moreno: "So these past few weeks have been just a little barbarous for us as we get closer to the actual recording part of this record. April 14th is our official start date. Our longtime producer Terry Date graced us with a short visit early last week to hear the songs and do some pre-production. Now it's pretty much crunch hour trying to stick with our plan to have everything written before we start tracking the drums. Hard for me to describe what this record will sound like. So far, it's shaping up to be our most unorthodox piece of work, not only sound-wise but the way a lot of the songs have come about. There is also some of that good old 'fuck you, I hope you die!' aggression I know a lot of you love and miss from us." More...

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Guitar Hero III Adds "Modern Metal" Song Pack

Just a week after it's last update (a batch of No Doubt tunes) Guitar Hero III is getting another song pack. This time, it's the "Modern Metal Track Pack," featuring master tracks of Deftones' "Hole in the Earth," Avenged Sevenfold's "Almost Easy" and Thrice's "The Arsonist." As you've come to expect, the three songs will cost you 500 points ($6.25).

Just in time for St. Patricks Day will be a free three-song pack from from Dropkick Murphys, master tracks of "Famous for Nothing," "(F)lannigan's Ball" and "Johnny, I Hardly Knew Ya."

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Deftones To Enter Studio Next Month

DEFTONES will enter a Sacramento, California studio at the end of March with producer Terry Date (SOUNDGARDEN, PANTERA) and engineer Scott Olson (DEFTONES, UNEARTH) to begin recording its sixth studio album, "Eros", tentatively due before the end of the year. Frontman Chino Moreno recently told UK magazine Kerrang! that the songwriting for the CD is coming along much faster than it has in the past. Moreno said, "We've certainly taken our time on the last few records but this one has happened very quickly. We got off tour and took a month off. Then we went into the studio and wrote a lot of music very quickly...The most important thing we had to do was to break our habits and change the way we've done things for the last few years."

Moreno explained that the band took much longer to come up with material in the past because "everyone was working separately. We would record our parts and then email them out without actually seeing each other...This time, we were all together and that really helped."

The band's last CD, "Saturday Night Wrist", came out in October 2006 and its creation nearly resulted in the band's demise. But Moreno said, "Our working relationship is better than it's ever been before. As a result, everything has improved -- our friendships and our lives. We're all really happy now."

As for the direction of the new record, Moreno hinted, "The songs are definitely weird...there's a lot of atmosphere and a lot of soundscaping."

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Deftones Reveal New Album Title

DEFTONES has set "Eros" as the title of the band's sixth studio album, tentatively due later in the year. Frontman Chino Moreno recently told UK magazine Kerrang! that the songwriting for the CD is coming along much faster than it has in the past. Moreno said, "We've certainly taken our time on the last few records but this one has happened very quickly. We got off tour and took a month off. Then we went into the studio and wrote a lot of music very quickly...The most important thing we had to do was to break our habits and change the way we've done things for the last few years."

Moreno explained that the band took much longer to come up with material in the past because "everyone was working separately. We would record our parts and then email them out without actually seeing each other...This time, we were all together and that really helped."

The band's last CD, "Saturday Night Wrist", came out in October 2006 and its creation nearly resulted in the band's demise. But Moreno said, "Our working relationship is better than it's ever been before. As a result, everything has improved -- our friendships and our lives. We're all really happy now."

As for the direction of the new record, Moreno hinted, "The songs are definitely weird...there's a lot of atmosphere and a lot of soundscaping."

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Deftones Frontman Discusses New Album

Kerrang! magazine recently spoke to DEFTONES frontman Chino Moreno about the progress of the songwriting sessions for the group's new album. The short interview, which can also be found on the DEFTONES' official blog, follows below.

Kerrang!: It normally seems to take you years to release a new album. Why has this one happened so fast?

Chino: "We've certainly taken our time on the last few records but this one has happened very quickly. We got off tour and took a month off. Then we went into the studio and wrote a lot of music very quickly."

Kerrang!: It sounds like a very fertile period.

Chino: "It was. The most important thing we had to do was to break our habits and change the way we've done things for the last few years. One of the reasons the last few records took so long was because everyone was working separately.We would record our parts and then email them out without actually seeing each other. That has its positives but we really missed out on the creative process of all of us sitting in a room and writing together. This time, we were all together and that really helped. In fact, I'd say that our working relationship is better than it's ever been before. As a result, everything has improved — our friendships and our lives. We're all really happy now.

Kerrang!: The last album had a very difficult birth. You weren't sure you wanted to be in the band and there were lots of inter-band tensions. Has that changed?

Chino: "There were lots of problems on the last album, definitely. The way we were working meant that communication in the band wasn't very strong. That's changed now that we've shifted our approach. Making that last record was seriously unhealthy experience. It just dragged on without much direction. Even the idea of the record was just to make something vague, and that's pretty much what we did. I liked it, but when we focus and work together, it's a lot better."

Kerrang!: How has the relationship between the band members improved?

Chino: "Over the last few years, a lot of the band members have had a few problems — divorces, money problems, life — and it has just been an unhappy time. We've all come out of that now. I hate to talk like its all rainbows and sunshine over here, but it is!"

Kerrang!: So you feel positive now?

Chino: "The reason we're in a band is because it's fun. It just wasn't fun back when we were making 'Saturday Night Wrist'. I really didn't want to do it anymore, which is why I left the band to go and do the TEAM SLEEP thing. I really wasn't sure if I was going to return to the band either. We had to take a break because we'd been going for 10 years straight and it was a relentless cycle of studio, touring, studio, touring. It just wasn't fun. But, having rediscovered our friendships, everything became worthwhile again. Every day just gets better and better now."

Kerrang!: What does the new material sound like?

Chino: "The songs are definitely weird, which is a breath of fresh air to me. I haven't been playing guitar on these new songs so Steph (Carpenter, guitar) has taken up the helm and that's worked out really well. He's been very creative has been writing very weird, melodic stuff. That's great because I want the album to be as weird as we can possibly make it without completely alienating people. If I had to compare it to any of our records, then I think it probably reminds me of 'White Pony' the most. There's a lot of atmosphere and a lot of soundscaping. I couldn't' feel better about it at the moment."

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Deftones Offer Update From The Studio

The DEFTONES have posted the following update:

“After a month long stay in Los Angeles, we’re back in Sacto at the Spot where we’ll continue to work on new material until the holidays. As of right now, there’s about 6 to 8 songs finished, and we hope to have a few more completed before we break. As some of you may have read, we’ve taken a different approach to writing this record than we have the past few years, and so far it’s been a lot of fun. The material seems to be flowing freely, and each song is different from the other. We feel like we’re accomplishing what we set out to do, which is to write a record that pushes boundaries for us creatively. We can’t wait for you all to hear it. More updates to come…”

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Deftones Frontman Talks About New Material

DEFTONES frontman Chino Moreno has told MTV.com that the group's fans can expect the follow-up to 2006's "Saturday Night Wrist" to be on store shelves by fall 2008. According to Moreno, the band has spent about six weeks writing for it and wants to spend the next three coming up with even more material.

"The band's been working really good together and utilizing our time really well," he said. "We have a little more than half an album's worth of material right now — written completely. We plan to have a record's worth of material written before the holidays, and we'll start recording at the beginning of next year.

"The last two records have been a lot more impersonal," Moreno continued. "Once we started using computers, it got super impersonal. Everybody would come in separately and do their parts. We looked back to our sophomore album, where we wrote and recorded it and mixed it in four months, and that's still one of my favorite records we've ever done. We want to work in that way [again], all together in one room, and we just play everything until it's memorized, and then we'll record it live. That's what we did with our first records."

Moreno said he won't be contributing guitars to the yet-untitled LP, and he feels that aids the creative process. "[Guitarist] Stephen [Carpenter] has been writing tons of songs, and he's got some really great ideas," Moreno said. "I don't think I'm slowing things down by trying to change everything in the midst of writing it — I am letting them write the music, and I'll take care of the vocals."

The singer said the material the band has come up with so far is "dance-y" and "way uptempo-ish, which is kind of neat."

"[Drummer] Abe [Cunningham] is playing really, really fast, and I like that," Moreno said. "It's way more energetic. Our last couple of records have been more midtempo, which is the stuff I tend to write. But on this record, everything is more snappy."

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Deftones Writing New Material

The DEFTONES have issued the following MySpace bulletin:

"On July 28th, DEFTONES wrapped up their 246th show in support of 'Saturday Night Wrist'. Inspired, and wasting no time, the band has immediately returned to 'The Spot' in Sacramento to write their sixth studio album. For the first time, the band has created an official blog to document the writing process. The doorway to the blog is through the sacred hearts on Deftones.com. Check back often to stay connected with DEFTONES as they create the next groundbreaking record in their legacy."

DEFTONES frontman Chino Moreno told Billboard.com in May that the quintet had set up a backstage writing room on tour where they were creating new material.

"We're going in there and playing as five of us in the room with just our instruments, no other distractions," he explained. "That's how we started out, basically, when we first started the band — us in the garage, no ProTools or anything to get us ahead of ourselves. We'd just play things over and over again, until we remembered it — that's the rawest way you can do it, and the best, I think."

Chino Moreno's TEAM SLEEP side project is currently working on a new full-length record with no set release date yet. In the meantime, TEAM SLEEP is planning several multimedia Internet releases to be announced in the near future. Fans are encouraged to e-mail any pics and video that they may capture of the band on tour to teamsleepmail@gmail.com for possible use on the band's web site.

TEAM SLEEP will take to the road in November for a string of gigs. Joining them on the trek will be former FROM FIRST TO LAST frontman Sonny Moore, plus rotating openers MONSTER IN THE MACHINE and STRATA. The tour kicks off November 29 in Orangevale, California, and continues through December 16 in San Francisco.

TEAM SLEEP's members include Moreno (vocals, guitar), Zach Hill of HELLA (drums), DJ Crook (turntables), Todd Wilkinson (guitar) and Rick Verrett (bass/keyboards).

On the subject of the upcoming tour, Wilkinson said. "We will be performing songs from the record and some new songs which we're currently working on. Touring with some of the new songs is definitely going to be of help to the writing process."

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Team Sleep Announce Tour Dates

DEFTONES frontman Chino Moreno's TEAM SLEEP side project will take to the road in November for a string of gigs. Joining them on the trek will be former FROM FIRST TO LAST frontman Sonny Moore, MONSTER IN THE MACHINE and STRATA. The tour kicks off November 29 in Orangevale, California, and continues through December 16 in San Francisco. The dates are as follows:

Nov. 29 - Orangevale, CA - The Boardwalk
Nov. 30 - Portland, OR - The Hawthorne Theatre
Dec. 01 - Seattle, WA - El Corazon
Dec. 02 - Boise, ID – [to be announced]
Dec. 03 - Salt Lake City, UT - Avalon Theatre
Dec. 04 - Denver, CO - Marquis Theatre
Dec. 06 - Oklahoma City, Ok - The Conservatory
Dec. 07 - Houston, TX - Meridian
Dec. 08 - Austin, TX - Mohawk
Dec. 09 - Dallas, TX - Cambridge Room at House of Blues
Dec. 10 - San Antonio, TX - White Rabbit
Dec. 11 - El Paso, TX - Club 101
Dec. 12 - Tempe, AZ - The Clubhouse
Dec. 13 - Hollywood, CA - Henry Fonda Theatre
Dec. 14 - Pomona, CA - The Glasshouse
Dec. 15 - San Diego, CA - SOMA
Dec. 16 - San Francisco, CA – Slims

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Judas Priest And Machine Head Win Kerrang! Awards

According to BBC News, Welsh rock act LOSTPROPHETS has been named "Best British Band" at the Kerrang! awards for the second year in a row.

Four-times nominees ENTER SHIKARI won "Best Live Act", with MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE securing Best International Band — also from four nominations.

San Francisco metal group MACHINE HEAD scooped "Best Album" for "The Blackening", while 30 SECONDS TO MARS won "Best Single" for "The Kill".

Birmingham heavy metal veterans JUDAS PRIEST won the "Hall Of Fame" honor.

Industrial rock group NINE INCH NAILS was presented with an icon award by Hollywood actress and rock singer Juliette Lewis in recognition of their long-standing career.

Experimental heavy rock band the DEFTONES was also honored with the classic "Songwriter Award" for "creating memorable and timeless songs".

MACHINE HEAD and ENTER SHIKARI won an additional two gongs — "Hard Rock Hero" and "Spirit of Independence" respectively.

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Read New Deftones Interview

~ The Deftones sit backstage awaiting their set time as a part of the Family Values tour, the band is all in good spirits. “Our drummer creates so many problems,” jokes Deftones bassist Chi Chang erupting into laughter as drummer Abe Cunningham sits down at the table carrying a plate full of food. While the comment is nothing more than a joke to provoke a reaction out of Cunningham, much like an older brother teases his sibling; it’s been no secret that the Deftones had some well publicized internal problems over the past few years. The band has battled creatively over the musical direction of the band, while frontman Chino Moreno left during the recording of the group’s new record to tour with his side-project and the group has struggled to survive in a music scene now dominated by pop-punk and screamo bands. Despite any internal issues, the group’s latest album have persevered to released one of the best album’s of 2007 in Saturday Night Wrist. Utilizing the same ambient soundscapes that characterized White Pony and fusing it with the blindsiding aggression that made Around The Fur an instant classic, the Deftones have managed to create an album that blends both the beauty and beast aspects of their sound. PureGrainAudio.com caught up with the band to discuss their latest musical masterpiece.
Give us a little insight into this record, where it was recorded and what the vibe was like in the studio…
Frank: We started writing in Southern California and then we went to Connecticut with producer Bob Ezrin and stayed down there for a couple months recording in his home studio. After that we went back to Sacramento to finish up, as we had taken much longer than expected. Working with Bob was what we expected and I think we were looking for someone outside of our comfort zone, as we had worked with Terry Date for so long. I think we knew going into this that we wanted something different and he made us try things that we might not have otherwise attempted without his influence.

Chi: He can also play almost any instrument better than we can. He’s an accomplished musician in his own right.

Why did you decide to move from Connecticut back to Sacramento?
Frank: It was just time, because we were only getting so much done there. We were all really comfortable at our home studio and it was Winter time there and we were just burnt out so we decided it was time to move back home.

Where did the title “Saturday Night Wrist” originate from?
Chi: Chino came up with the title from some broad he was hanging out with got it after a night of drinking. We thought it was cool and it just kinda stuck and nothing better came along.

Frank: That was the title we had for a long time and that was the title we had when we were recording the songs in the studio. It just worked for it when we put it all together.

It’s been very well publicized that you had some internal problems during the recording of this record, how did you manage to come together and make this a Deftones record?
Frank: I don’t know what to say really. I think all bands have internal problems, but it depends on how far you want to take them.

Chi: I think it’s just a matter of everyone being really passionate about the music, so we’re all really objective about it and sometimes people are pulling in different directions.

So how did Chino recording and touring with Team Sleep effect the writing and recording of this record?
Chi: Stopped it dead in it’s tracks. [laughs]

Frank: It made it longer, but he needed that time away to get his heart back into it and when he came back he had a new fire. We had originally planned on having the record done before he left to tour with Team Sleep, but we didn’t. I think he just had to step away from it after working on this for so long.

Sonically this album sounds like the missing link between Around The Fur and White Pony, where do you see this album fitting into the Deftones catalogue?
Frank: This is just where our headspace was at the time. People always want to compare a new record to your old records and if you were to compare it to any of our old material it’s probably closer to White Pony. I think it has a little bit of everything we do best and I think it accomplishes what we were trying to do in terms of bring together all of our influences into creating new songs. This is just where we’re at and we’re just trying to make a great record. I think we spent more time songwriting and arranging things this time and I’m just really proud of it. I think it’s our best work to date.

Chi: I think every time you make a record you just try and outdo yourself. You try and record better bass lines or whatever. You’re always trying to outdo yourself and be a little more creative than last time.

Frank: You’re just trying to make a good record and not repeat yourself, which leads to this being a time consuming process. We’re trying to make our ideas work and that’s not an easy thing.

What is up with the track “Pink Cell Phone” and where did the idea come about to do such an odd spoken word piece?
Frank: That was just one of those tracks that Chino had been working on his laptop with and then he brought in Ann Harding and she kind of free styled in the booth over top of it.

What are your favourite tracks on the record right now?
Frank: That’s hard.... Right now I really like playing “Hole in the Earth” and “Beware.” It’s hard to pick a favourite, especially so early on in the game.

Chi: Those two songs came together in our home studio, so they came together real quick like natural Deftones songs. Some songs take like a million years and then others just click and that’s what happened with those two songs in particular; we just clicked.

You guys just came off the Taste of Chaos Tour, what was that like being the elder band on the bill?
Chi: We’re Old! [laughs] It was a lot of fun and I think we found our rhythm about the middle of the tour. We’re all really thrilled to be back playing because we’re predominantly a live band.

Frank: It was good though because we had been off the road for like 3 years and it was a good time.

Chi: We’re all really thrilled to be back playing because we’re predominantly a live band.

Now you’re on Family Values with Korn, which is the first tour done between both bands since their inception. Why do you think it took so long for Korn and Deftones to team up and tour together?
Chi: We played with them a lot back in the beginning of our career and they did their own thing and we just wanted to carve our own niche and have our identity, so we separated ourselves from anyone or anything remotely like that style. Now we’ve accomplished that, we just came back together again and it’s like old times.

What were some of those influential albums that you listened to coming up?
Frank: Depends on what age you're talking and what phase of life we were in at that point. When I was young I would listen to Van Halen and Kiss. Then as I got older I got into rap music. I was all over the map really.

Chi: Iron Maiden in high school, you couldn’t have turned me away from Maiden. Then I got into more punk and jazz and reggae after that.

When you look back at the history of music and Deftones place in it, where do you think you fit in?
Chi: Hopefully we made a mark. We’re pretty indulgent as a band, but I think as long as we can go to bed 20 years from now and feel good about what we did as a band then that’s really all that’s important to us, as well as our fans. Anything outside of that is sort of portentous and we don’t really think about it. We want to be known as the great rock band of all time, does that answer your question? [laughs] We don’t care; we write music because we love playing it and if it’s good for us then we know our fans will appreciate it.

I had the chance to go to the Rock N’ Roll Hall of Fame a few years back and had the chance to see items like Jerry Cantrell’s boots from Alice in Chains. What item would you choose to represent the Deftones if you were ever inducted?
Frank: I don’t know. I think if you asked Alice In Chains they probably wouldn’t have expected their boots to be in the Rock N’ Roll Hall of Fame, those things just happens. When something like happens it’s definitely an awesome thing though, but you don’t expect it or think about it.

Chi: Fuck it'd be amazing to be in the Rock N’ Roll Hall of Fame, but it’s not something I’ve ever thought about. As a matter of fact I’ve never even thought about it until just now. Now I’m going to be obsessing about it. [laughs] [END]

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Go Live And Behind The Scenes With The Deftones

The Deftones have been continuing to post both live and behind the scenes footage from their ongoing tour online, you can check that all out here.

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Deftones Adding Canadian Tour Dates, One US Date

The Canadian Leg of Deftones' world tour continues to take shape with the following added dates shown below. From First to Last and Canada's own Die Mannequin will be supporting these two shows.

July 18- Saskatoon, SK - Prairieland Park
July 20- Winnipeg, MB - Burton Cummings Theatre

Also, the following date has just been added to Deftones' U.S. summer tour:

7/3/07 - Stockton, CA - Stockton Civic Auditorium

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The Deftones Announce Small Tour Of Canada

The Deftones have lined up a new Canadian run with From First To Last and Die Mannequin as support, here's how it runs:
July 09th Victoria, BC - Curling Club
July 11th Vancouver, BC - Commodore Ballroom
July 12th Vancouver, BC - Commodore Ballroom
July 14th Edmonton, AB - Shaw Conference Center
July 15th Calgary, AB - MacEwan Hall
July 19th Regina, SK - Doris Knight Hall
July 28th Toronto, ON - Wakestock Festival

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Deftones Writing New Album, Team Sleep Revived

Billboard.com reports: The Deftones are still rocking their latest album, "Saturday Night Wrist," around the United States. But they've already started work on its successor, too. Frontman Chino Moreno tells Billboard.com that the Sacramento, Calif.-based quintet has set up a backstage writing room where they're creating new material.

"We're going in there and playing as five of us in the room with just our instruments, no other distractions," he explains. "That's how we started out, basically, when we first started the band -- us in the garage, no ProTools or anything to get us ahead of ourselves. We'd just play things over and over again, until we remembered it -- that's the rawest way you can do it, and the best, I think."

That process, Moreno says, is a reaction to the lengthy gestation of "Saturday Night Wrist," which went through several producers and sessions and was, he acknowledges, "a hard album to make, definitely pieced-together, real jigsaw puzzle-ish. It just wasn't fun, really, and I really don't want to have another experience like that."

Moreno says that with just a couple of songs in motion, it's too early to predict what the new album will sound like -- or when it will be recorded and released. But he feels good that "we're kind of ahead of ourselves a little bit instead of getting off tour and then going in to write a record and feeling a lot of pressure and under the gun. It feels like we're already moving."

Moreno is also moving on a second album by his other band, Team Sleep, which he says is nearly finished and should be out in early 2008. Moreno and company have been working on the follow-up to their self-titled 2005 album for the past year, and he describes it as "pretty sick" and "more electronically based with a lot of good guitar stuff and piano stuff mixed in. It's still kind of dreamy, not real aggressive, but it sounds neat."

Moreno says that unlike Deftones, Team Sleep thrives on a more piecemeal kind of recording process. "Everybody has their piece, and we come in and build this huge robot," he explains. "It sounds like that to me -- robotic, old German kind of electronic music. I wouldn't say lo-fi, but it's not real over-produced. It's just a fun project to do."

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