DEFTONES were in session on Zane Lowe's show which aired on BBC Radio 1 this past Wednesday (Oct. 11). Listen to the program in streaming audio at this location. The playlist for the show can be found here.DEFTONES will release its new album, "Saturday Night Wrist", on October 31 via Warner. An e-card for the CD can be accessed at this location. As previously reported, DEFTONES' promotional video for its nw single, "Hole in the Earth", has been posted online at YouTube.com. The clip was shot in New York with director Brian Lazzaro (COHEED AND CAMBRIA, MEST). The group began working on the follow-up to the group's self-titled 2003 effort with producer Dan "The Automator" Nakamura, before switching to Bob Ezrin and finally finishing with Terry Date, who's been the DEFTONES' regular producer since their debut, and Shaun Lopez (THE REVOLUTION SMILE, ex-FAR). DEFTONES will take part in an in-store signing session at the Virgin Megastore (located at Hollywood and Highland) in Hollywood, CA on October 31.
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