Koi No Yokan

Release date
13 Nov 2012
Running length
11 tracks
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1 Swerve City 4:15 107,100
2 Romantic Dreams 4:38 86,963
3 Leathers 4:12 85,865
4 Poltergeist 4:15 76,072
5 Entombed 4:59 77,378
6 Graphic Nature 4:31 69,227
7 Tempest 6:05 89,173
8 Gauze 4:41 65,013
9 Rosemary 5:08 65,573
10 Goon Squad 5:40 59,797
11 What Happened to You? 3:53 58,652

About this album

Koi No Yokan is the seventh full-length studio album by American alternative metal band Deftones. The album was released through Reprise Records on November 12, 2012, in the UK and November 13, 2012, in the United States. Band frontman Chino Moreno characterized the album as “dynamic” with a full range of sound, noting that more contributions were made to the album from bassist Sergio Vega compared to their previous record, Diamond Eyes. On September 19, 2012, the band released the song “Leathers” as a promotional single via a free download on their website. On October 8, 2012, “Leathers” was released as the album’s first single. “Leathers” was also released as a limited edition cas-single with “Rosemary” as its B-side. On October 3, 2012, the song, “Tempest”, premiered on PureVolume for streaming. “Tempest” was released as a single on October 9, 2012.

Koi No Yokan marks the second album not to feature long-time bass player Chi Cheng, who had recently died from a near-fatal car accident in 2008.

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  • DarkMessengerVI

    My first Deftones album! there was a lot of hype surrounding this album when it was announced... I just had to listen to it. the hype was real so I bought it! one of my top bands now.

    30 Sep 1:06am Reply
  • StephenR4968

    Ah yes, the sound of love. Reminds me of my first handjob. It was a warm summer day after maths when Mrs. Wilson wanted me to stay behind after class to finish off some homework. I was 7 at the time, and little did I know what a handjob even was. The closest I had ever gotten to one at the time was when I dragged myself across the carpet at home one day. The friction caused a mess in my pants, it truly terrified me but that clear liquid that splurged onto my underwear was my very first indicator of manhood. Anyway, Mrs. Wilson, now in prison for peadophillia, was fantastic. I had no idea that I was her sex puppet and that this was why she always kept me behind after school, but I loved it. Every minute. Her incredible blowjob lips, those long luscious legs, that wild blonde hair. She was the best. I miss her a lot and I often masturbate about the times we shared together in that small closet in the maths room. That very first handjob. The first time she sat on my face. Good times.

    8 Sep 4:11pm Reply
  • Taki90

    can't believe they can pull such a masterpiece at this point into their career !

    4 Sep 10:10pm Reply

    Anything but not nu metal LOL

    2 Aug 12:36pm Reply
  • eaurthlove

    @niqboy, man, what the hell are you talking about? "At Paramount and The Pass, engineer Matt Hyde set up multiple amp and miking scenarios; Vega and Carpenter recorded with all amps running, then dumped the sounds into Fractal. Guitar amps included Bogner Ueberschall Series 120W, Diezel Herbert, Marshall JCM8000, and Engl Special Edition E 670 100W, with various 4x12 cabinets. For miking duties, whether on bass or guitar amps, Hyde used a Beyer M160 or a Shure SM 57, or a 57 with a Sennheiser MD 421 through various Neve preamp."

    3 Jul 8:25pm Reply
  • AndrzFAL

    "not nu metal" lel

    7 Jun 7:45pm Reply
  • BlueMoteVoices

    †††' influence is pretty evident in the whole album. Beautiful.

    25 May 1:23pm Reply
  • JackHallton

    makes me feel intoxicated

    4 May 12:34pm Reply
  • niQboy

    Fun fact: This album has no amps in it. Everything was recorded with Axe-FX (A preamp/effect processor).

    23 Apr 3:20pm Reply
  • StephenR4968

    One of my favorite Deftones albums for sure

    22 Feb 1:12am Reply
  • My_Sharona

    This Album! ♥

    17 Feb 4:32am Reply
  • Guuy

    1 ♥ 2 ♥ 3♥ 5 ♥ 6 ♥ 7 ♥ 10 ♥

    9 Jan 11:23am Reply
  • barium62

    Still loving this album almost a year later [2]

    14 Dec 2013 Reply
  • TheSoupNazi

    Best post-White Pony record; simply amazing.

    24 Nov 2013 Reply
  • RadeBoiii

    Wow! This song blows my mind! Soo goddamn heavy and powerfull :D

    15 Nov 2013 Reply
  • Marekko997

    Released one year ago and still is amazing!

    14 Nov 2013 Reply
  • The_SchizoidMan

    I love the cover.

    31 Oct 2013 Reply
  • CosmicPi

    This quickly became one of their best.

    18 Oct 2013 Reply
  • breadysoul

    Still loving this album almost a year later.

    4 Oct 2013 Reply
  • MarinaBFR

    Mais um álbum foda da minha banda favorita, nunca perdem a qualidade. Deftones apenas sendo Deftones. Genial!

    28 Sep 2013 Reply
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