DEFTONES To Play Headlining Dates In Australia

DEFTONES will perform a couple of solo headlining concerts in Australia in January in conjunction with their appearance there as part of the Big Day Out Festival.

Confirmed dates so far are as follows:

Jan. 23 - Uni of NSW Roundhouse, AUS
Jan. 30 - The Palace Complex, VIC, AUS

In other news, the band have posted the following message via their official web site: "We want to thank everyone for their patience and support. We are currently in the final stages of the recording process. For the past couple months we have been in Seattle finishing what was started at home. Initial tracking for the new album was done in Sacramento. We're all really excited with the new tunes and can not wait to get back out on the road with them. More updates to come. Much thanks... DEFTONES"


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