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DEFTONES' Chino Moreno Reveals the Nine Songs He Listened To Working on Ohms

None of them were Korn tracks.

Deftones vocalist Chino Moreno has revealed to The Line of Best Fit the nine main songs he listened to a lot going to and from the studio to record Ohms. While you can read the explanations for all the songs here on The Line of Best Fit, the nine songs Moreno chose were:

  1. Raime – "Stammer"
  2. Deerhunter – "Helicopter"
  3. Simple Minds – "Alive And Kicking"
  4. Harold Budd – "Campanile"
  5. Santana – "Samba Pa Ti"
  6. Doja Cat – "No Police"
  7. David Bowie – "Girl Loves Me"
  8. New Order – "Thieves Like Us"
  9. Deltron 3030 – "Virus"

Moreno also briefly touched on the band's upcoming White Pony remix album Black Stallion to the site, saying the band "always wanted to do as fans of more beat driven and more electronic driven music; a lot of that which inspired the White Pony record."

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Ohms is out September 25 was produced by Terry Date (Pantera, Soundgarden) and is available for pre-order here. You can check out the latest single "Genesis" below, and also check out Moreno's rankings of Deftones' records here.

Speaking on Ohms, Moreno said "'Heavy' is kind of subjective, you know? The last thing I ever want to do is be quoted saying, 'This is our heaviest record!' The first thing that’s going to happen is some dude’s going to be like, 'No way dude! This is …' You know what I mean? It’s kind of subjective. But I do feel like it’s got a little more energy. I think that is attributed to everybody being engaged completely. Everybody firing on all cylinders. There’s not one of us individually that was sort of sitting back just going along. Everybody was very present physically and emotionally, ready to work and to put the work in."

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