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For the past four years, fans have been eagerly awaiting the follow-up to Deftones’ excellent eighth album Gore. And, at long last, the brilliantly titled Ohms is finally on the horizon. But what’s it going to sound like? How was it made? And what does it tell us about the Sacramento alt.metal titans in 2020? Here’s everything we know so far

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Reprise Records Genres: Shoegazing, Alternative metal.The last time Deftones worked with producer Terry Date – the man who helmed the desk for the Sacramento band’s classic first four albums – was in 2008. That record was called ‘Eros’. You’ve never heard it. Work was aborted on the record in November that year, following a car accident that left bassist Chi Cheng in a coma – one from which he never woke. He died of cardiac arrest in April 2013, aged 42.

It’s likely that entering Date’s studio once more was both painful and cathartic for the Deftones surviving members. While it’s not explicit at all – lyricist Chino Moreno has rarely signposted what on earth it is he’s singing about – you can feel both pain and catharsis all through Deftones’ ninth studio album. It’s heavy stuff, both sonically and in emotional clout. There’s something many forget about heavy music. Sabbath, Metallica, Slayer and beyond; it’s all heavy fucking metal. But sometimes emotions – we’re thinking New York synth punk pioneers Suicide or the tinnitus-inducing My Bloody Valentine – can be heavier than any barre chord.

The last time Deftones worked with producer Terry Date – the man who helmed the desk for the Sacramento band’s classic first four albums – was in 2008. That record was called ‘Eros’. You’ve never heard it. Work was aborted on the record in November that year, following a car accident that left bassist Chi Cheng in a coma – one from which he never woke. He died of cardiac arrest in April 2013, aged 42.

It’s likely that entering Date’s studio once more was both painful and cathartic for the Deftones surviving members. While it’s not explicit at all – lyricist Chino Moreno has rarely signposted what on earth it is he’s singing about – you can feel both pain and catharsis all through Deftones’ ninth studio album. It’s heavy stuff, both sonically and in emotional clout. There’s something many forget about heavy music. Sabbath, Metallica, Slayer and beyond; it’s all heavy fucking metal. But sometimes emotions – we’re thinking New York synth punk pioneers Suicide or the tinnitus-inducing My Bloody Valentine – can be heavier than any barre chord.