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Deftones - Gore
Studio album by Deftones
Released April 8, 2016
Recorded 2014–2015 at Megawatt Recording (Studio City, California)
Genre Alternative metal, experimental rock, space rock
Length 48:14
Label Reprise
Producer Matt Hyde
Deftones chronology
Live: Volume I - Selections from Adrenaline

Gore is the eighth studio album by the American alternative metal band Deftones, released on April 8, 2016 by Reprise Records.[1] Its release was met with critical acclaim, debuting at No. 1 on New Zealand and Australia's top album charts and No. 2 on the US Billboard 200; it is the band's fifth album to debut within the latter chart's top 10 and is their highest-charting since their self-titled 2003 album.

The album was noted for its creative tension between frontman Chino Moreno and lead guitarist Stephen Carpenter, which was described by Rolling Stone as Moreno "playing Morrissey to the guitarist's Meshuggah".[2]

Track listingEdit

All songs written by Deftones. All lyrics written by Chino Moreno.

No. Title Length
1. "Prayers/Triangles"   3:38
2. "Acid Hologram"   4:06
3. "Doomed User"   4:27
4. "Geometric Headdress"   3:29
5. "Hearts/Wires"   5:21
6. "Pittura Infamante"   4:04
7. "Xenon"   3:17
8. "(L)MIRL"   5:02
9. "Gore"   4:59
10. "Phantom Bride" (featuring Jerry Cantrell) 4:53
11. "Rubicon"   4:58
Total length:

Personnel Edit

Gore album personnel adapted from the CD liner notes.[4]

Additional musicians
Technical personnel
  • Matt Hyde − production, engineering, mixing
  • Howie Weinberg - mastering
  • Gentry Studer - mastering
  • Chris Rakestraw - engineering
  • Jimmy Fahey - assistant engineer
  • Martin Pradler - additional engineering
  • Rob Hill - additional engineering
  • Frank Maddocks - art direction, design, photography


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