“The Woody Show” recently caught up with Deftones drummer Abe Cunningham and bassist Sergio Vega at the Rock In Rio USA festival on May 9 in Las Vegas, Nevada. You can watch the chat below.
Speaking about the progress of the recording sessions for Deftones‘ follow-up to 2012’s “Koi No Yokan” album, Sergio said: “Yeah, we started working on it about a year ago. We had like a real dense five-year run from ‘Diamond Eyes‘ through ‘Koi‘ and touring a lot, being around each other a lot. And we just found a different way to approach this record, where we would get on a couple of weeks, play a couple of shows, go home for a couple of weeks, and found this different way that was a little more balanced. And also because of all of the buildup and all of the momentum we have had, like really fruitful, so we have a lot of material. We’re super excited on it. And we’ve gotta get it done and get it out there. We’re super stoked to share that at some point.”
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