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8 thoughts on “ Xenon - Deftones - Gore (CD, Album)

  1. Following the tragic death of bassist Chi Cheng, Gore is understandably not an upbeat album, but the band’s skillful blending of moments of rage and beauty hints at rebirth, of seeing light through the darkness. As such, the album serves as a beautiful tribute to Cheng, in addition to being some of their best work in years.
  2. release, the eighth studio album from the alt-rock band. Gore is the follow-up to their album Koi No Yokan. Since their inception, Grammy-winning rockers Deftones have quietly been pursuing two paths, delivering songs defined by churning, double-fisted aggression while also quietly testing the boundaries of music by incorporating elements of psychedelia and shoegaze.
  3. Apr 21,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Gore on Discogs. Label: Reprise Records - • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Heavy Metal, Shoegaze/5(74).
  4. Gore is the eighth album by the alternative metal band Deftones. Four years after Koi No Yokan, Deftones return with an even more experimental album. Gore comes heavier and .
  5. Promoting the album by touring exhaustively with other bands in the scene, Deftones managed to gain a dedicated fan base through word of mouth. Their sophomore album Around the Fur was released in , reached chart positions along with its singles, and became the band's first to receive certification from the RIAA.
  6. Apr 08,  · After the brilliant Koi No Yokan, this is another great album from Deftones. It carries on in a similar vain musically and has their usual distinctive sound (particularly the vocals). Stand out tracks for me are 'Doomed User', Hearts/Wires', 'Pittura Infamante;, (L)mirl', and 'Gore'/5().
  7. Deftones recently announced their latest album, Gore. After dropping the album's first single, "Prayers/Triangles," yesterday, they've now detailed the tracklist and revealed the album cover.
  8. This might be the prettiest song in the Deftones catalog, as Moreno 's yearning voice soars above the sonic waves before a Cantrell solo sails in to meld perfectly with the band. This album may mark the band's year anniversary, but Deftones refuse to rest on legacy status.

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