NewsMarch 7, 2013 6:38 PM ET3,240 views

Deftones releasing live album for Record Store Day

Official press release: Grammy-winning alternative band Deftones have announced the release of Live: Volume 1 - Selections from Adrenaline on Saturday, April 20th, exclusively in honor of Record Store Day. The songs, all taken from the band's platinum-selling 1995 debut album, Adrenaline, were hand-selected by the band from a set recorded live at Memorial Auditorium in Buffalo, NY, on October 13th, 1996. The audio has been mastered for vinyl by Bernie Grundman at Bernie Grundman Mastering Studios from the original live analog sources and pressed on both 120- and 180-gram, highest-quality vinyl at Record Technology Inc. Live: Volume 1 is the first in a series of seven upcoming vinyl-exclusive releases planned by Deftones that feature live performances from the band's discography. Each 12-inch features four live tracks and exclusive album artwork by a variety of fine artists; Volume 1 features a cover by fine-art photographer Eliot Lee Hazel. Track listing below: SIDE ONE: Minus Blindfold Teething SIDE TWO Nosebleed Engine No. 9

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PainINtheTIGHTpants 3/7/2013 8:26:06 PM

this kinda thing is getting really annoying. Dont care how good the band is, not all of your live tracks are worth owning on some rare collective vinyl.


anonymous 3/8/2013 5:54:21 AM

Especially from the Deftones. I love listening to this band on CD/Vinyl but live, they're just not good. Would not want this.


anonymous 3/8/2013 6:02:54 AM

4 tracks? Thats it? Why isn't this a 7" then?


LoydChristmas 3/8/2013 7:54:37 AM

^youre all missing the point. THERE ARE STILL RECORD STORES? WHERE...


RickRock 3/8/2013 9:24:51 AM

"Teething" isn't on Adrenaline. It was only featured on The Crow: City of Angels soundtrack. Any Deftones fan would know this. Smack around the intern that wrote this press release.


anonymous 3/8/2013 12:25:53 PM

Actually Teething was recorded during the same sessions; before Around The Fur. It's kind of like when Nine Inch Nails re-released The Downward Spiral and included Burn and Dead Souls (along with demo's) on their second disk. But what do I know. I just buy albums instead of downloading them... Dude, I don't even like the Deftones anymore, and I know this shit.


RickRock 3/8/2013 3:57:22 PM

It still wasn't on the album per the press release. And I have everything from Adrenaline to Koi No Yokan on CD, including most of the imported versions. I even have the rare as fck "Can't Even Breathe" promo tape and a (Like) Linus bootleg. You could say I'm a fan.


anonymous 3/8/2013 6:17:38 PM

Anniversary of an Uninteresting event pt. II



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