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Abe and Frank From Deftones’ Guide To Sacramento

As a guide for those visiting Sacramento for this weekend’s Monster Energy AftershockRevolver teamed up with Abe Cunningham and Frank Delgado from Deftones to highlight some of the great restaurants and gay bars that their hometown has to offer. Tickets still available here.

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Deftones Announce US Tour Appear On Jimmy Kimmel

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Deftones have added a series of summer U.S. tour dates to their previously announced headlining tour, which kicks off on May 8th in Charlotte, NC. The second leg kicks off on August 2nd in Bethlehem, PA, and wraps up with a show in Mesa, AZ, on August 31st.

The multi-platinum, Grammy Award-winning alternative-rock band are touring in support of their upcoming album Gore, which is due from Warner Bros. Records on April 8th. The band has released a new track from it, “Doomed User,” which is now available for purchase via all digital retailers after premiering on SiriusXM’s Octane channel. “It’s got a rockin’ rhythm and a high tech sound that will make you shake your body down to the ground,” frontman Chino Moreno said. The album’s current single “Prayers / Triangles” is climbing the Rock radio charts.

Deftones made the rounds at this year’s SXSW in Austin, headlining both Spin’s 14th Annual Day Party at Stubb’s and an impromptu show at SXSW’s Outdoor Stage at Lady Bird Lake for over 15K fans.

Don’t miss Deftones performing on Jimmy Kimmel LIve! on April 12th.

Deftones upcoming tour dates are as follows:

05/08 Concord, NC Carolina Rebellion
05/10 Memphis, TN Minglewood Hall
05/11 Nashville, TN Ryman Auditorium
05/13 Pompano Beach, FL Pompano Beach Amphitheatre
05/14 Lake Buena Vista, FL House of Blues
05/15 Atlanta, GA Shaky Knees Festival
05/17 St. Augustine, FL St. Augustine Amphitheatre
05/18 New Orleans, LA Orpheum Theatre
05/20 Kansas City, MO Uptown Theatre
05/21 Maryland Heights, MO KPNT Pointfest
05/22 Columbus, OH Rock on the Range
05/24 Sioux Falls, SD The District
05/25 Wichita, KS Cotillion Ballroom
05/26 Oklahoma City, OK Criterion Theater
05/28 El Paso, TX Neon Desert Festival
06/03 London, UK The SSE Arena Wembley
06/04 Mendig, Germany Rock AM Ring
06/05 Nürnberg, Germany Rock IM Park
06/10 Paris, France Download Festival
06/11 Derby, UK Download Festival
06/14 Cologne, Germany Palladium
06/15 Berlin, Germany Columbiahalle
06/17 Aarhus, Denmark NorthSide Festival
06/18 Reykjavik, Iceland Secret Solstice

Newly announced tour dates:

08/02 Bethlehem, PA Sands Bethlehem Event Center*
08/03 Baltimore, MD Pier Six Concert Pavilion*
08/05 Brooklyn, NY Coney Island Amphitheater*
08/06 Philadelphia, PA Festival Pier at Penn’s Landing*
08/07 Uncasville, CT Mohegan Sun Arena*
08/09 Boston, MA Blue Hills Bank Pavilion*
08/10 Asbury Park, NJ Stone Pony Summerstage*
08/12 Sterling Heights, MI Freedom Hill Amphitheatre*
08/16 St. Paul, MN Myth
08/17 Clive, IA Seven Flags Event Center
08/18 Tulsa, OK Brady Theater
08/20 Magna UT Saltair Resort Main Pavilion
08/23 Fresno, CA Woodward Park – Summer Concerts
08/24 Los Angeles, CA Greek Theatre
08/25 Berkeley, CA Greek Theatre
08/30 Las Vegas, NV The Joint
08/31 Mesa, AZ Mesa Amphitheatre

The Great Discord premieres drum play-through for “L’homme Mauvais”

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Having released two critically acclaimed albums this year (debut full-length, Duende, and EP,Echoes), Sweden’s The Great Discord is now launching a drum play-through for the track “L’homme Mauvais“, taken from Duende. To watch Aksel Holmgren’s performance of this progressive, technical masterpiece.

Transcending genre labels and lazy classification, The Great Discord is a musical enigma. Their layered, textured music is inspired by the likes of Genesis, King Crimson, Meshuggah and The Dillinger Escape Plan – but at the same time, individually they look up to an array of musicians beyond the confines of progressive music. Described as “djent, thrash, doom, prog and black metal all rolled into one” (SkullsNBones.com), the quintet have left both media and fans awestruck at the talent and originality found on their two releases: Duende and Echoes.Duende, being The Great Discord’s debut full-length, captivated listeners, with media boldly proclaiming it as a new “standard for progressive metal” (DeadRhetoric.com); the recently released Echoes EP expanded on their sound even further, with the band putting their spin on classics by The Mars Volta and The Deftones.

Deftones cover Drake’s “Hotline Bling” At Aftershock Festival 2015

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During their performance at this past weekend’s Aftershock Festival, Sacramento’s Deftones sneak in a brief cover of Drake’s hit single “Hotline Bling” during their performance of their song “Passenger”.

Death Valley High Announce Covers EP w/Guest Vocals from Chino Moreno/Mark Osegueda; Join Orgy for Tour‏

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Death Valley High, the Bay Area band Consequence of Sound described as “hook-happy goth rock,” are currently wrapping up work on a five-song EP titled Duel with guest vocals from Deftones’ Chino Moreno, RevCo’s Chris Connelly and Death Angel’s Mark Osegueda. The EP arrives in May with a release date to be announced shortly.
Death Valley High joins Orgy for the “Sick Talk Tour” which launches tonight at the Marquis Theater in Denver.  Jay Gordon of Orgy recently said of the line-up: “We’re excited to bring the fans a super-charged, and chaotic show, as well as introduce fans to some fresh new music.”
From Death Valley High singer/guitar player Reyka Osburn: “We are thrilled to be on the ‘Sick Talk Tour’ with Orgy and 9Electric to bring the DVH flav to new crowds. The “cruel summer” is coming (hint) and we’re excited to usher in our newest effort Duel, an EP of covers with some of our closest friends and conspirators.”
Both of Death Valley High’s full-length albums, Positive Euth and Doom, In Bloom are available for $5.99 via Bandcamp (deathvalleyhigh.bandcamp.com).
Tour dates are:
March 25     Denver, CO     Marquis Theater
March 27     Minneapolis, MN     POV’s
March 28     Waterloo, IA     Spicoli’s
March 29     Des Moines, IA     Vaudeville Mews
March 31     Joliet, IL     Mojoes
April 1     Cleveland, OH     Agora Theatre
April 3     Amityville, NY     Revolution Bar
April 4     Winchester, VA     Blue Fox Billiards
April 5     Beckley, WV     Muncheez
April 7     Louisville, KY     Expo Five
April 8     St. Louis, MO     Firebird
April 9     Clarkesville, TN    The Warehouse
April 11    St. Petersburg, FL     State Theatre
April 12     Sanford, FL     West End Trading Company
April 16     San Antonio, TX     Fitzgerald’s
April 17     Houston, TX     Scout Bar
April 18     Austin, TX     Dirty Dog Bar
April 19     Dallas, TX     Tree’s
April 20     Oklahoma City, OK     The Conservatory
April 22     Colorado Springs, CO     Black Sheep
April 25     Spokane, WA     Palomino Club
April 26    Lewiston, ID     3rd Wheel
April 28     Seattle, WA     El Corazon
April 30     Portland, OR     Bossanova Ballroom