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Deftones Album & Tour Announced

05:01 PM Thursday 8/30/12 | |

The Deftones have a bunch of new dates to talk about, including a release date for the band’s seventh studio album. “Koi No Yokan” is due out Nov. 13, five weeks after the fall headline tour launches in Southern California with special guest Scars On Broadway.

When recording Koi No Yokan the band once again turned to Nick Raskulinecz,  who produced 2010’s Diamond Eyes and has worked with acts including Alice In Chains, Foo Fighters and Rush. Diamond Eyes earned spots on tons of “Best of Lists” and was also named iTunes’ “Rock Album Of The Year.”

Before the headline tour begins Deftones will play Epicenter Festival in Irvine, Calif., Sept. 22 and Monster Energy Aftershock Festival in Sacramento, Calif., Sept. 23.

Here’s the fall schedule: 

Oct. 9 – Ventura, Calif., Majestic Ventura Theatre    
Oct. 10 – San Francisco, Calif., Warfield Theatre
Oct. 12 – Portland, Ore., Roseland Theater    
Oct. 13 – Seattle, Wash., Showbox SoDo    
Oct. 14 – Vancouver, British Columbia, Commodore Ballroom    
Oct. 16 – Boise, Idaho, Knitting Factory Concert House    
Oct. 17 – Salt Lake City, Utah, In The Venue    
Oct. 19 – Denver, Colo., Fillmore Auditorium    
Oct. 20 – Kansas City, Mo., Harrah’s North Kansas City / VooDoo Lounge    
Oct. 21 – Columbia, Mo., The Blue Note    
Oct. 23 – Chicago, Ill., Aragon Ballroom    
Oct. 24 – Royal Oak, Mich., Royal Oak Music Theatre    
Oct. 26 – Baltimore, Md., Rams Head Live!    
Oct. 28 – Philadelphia, Pa., Electric Factory    
Oct. 29 – Boston, Mass., House Of Blues Boston   
Oct. 30 – New York, N.Y., Terminal 5

Tickets go on sale Friday, Sept. 7.

For more information visit Deftones.com.


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