DEFTONES Outline Touring Plans

DEFTONES have posted the following message to their official web site,

"Greetings all...We want to thank everyone who came out and showed support while down under. The shows rocked and were definitely a great way to kick things off after being in the studio for so long. We look forward to being back in Australia later in the year. We finish mixing the new album in a couple weeks and plan to finish up the artwork soon after. Get ready...

"If you haven't heard, shows are starting to line up. Possibility of a couple one-offs in Europe sometime mid-March. In May we'll be doing a club run in the States. Back to Europe at the end of May till mid June for the festivals. We head out on the Summer Sanitarium in July. Also, we'll also be doing our own headline shows in between the Summer Sanitarium dates. Keep checking for updates as more things are confirmed.

"Once again we want to thank everyone for their patience. Much thanks — DEFTONES"


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