Hexagram” was the second single from Deftones’ 2003 album Deftones. The song failed to chart on the Modern and Mainstream rock charts in America and charted at a low #68 in the UK.

The album art for the single is titled “Bandaged Love” by Ashley Macomber.

==MUSIC VIDEO==

The music video for “Hexagram” shows excited fans entering a building to watch a live performance of the song. As such, the majority of the video focuses on this performance, with small exceptions like a shirtless, incapacitated Moreno lying on the floor during the moody bridge. Audio for the video is entirely off the studio recording until the very end which features live crowd noise. Many shots during intense screaming revolve around other band members as such intense vocal performance would be impractical in an actual live setting. “Hexagram” found significant airplay on Headbangers Ball and Uranium in late 2003.

==RECEPTION==

In reviewing Deftones, Stephen Thomas Erlewine writes that “Hexagram,” the album’s opener, “hits hard — harder than they ever have, revealing how mushy Staind is, or how toothless Linkin Park is.”

==TRACK LISTING==
All tracks written by Deftones.

1. “Hexagram” – 4:08
2. “Bloody Cape” – 3:38
3. “Lovers” – 4:12

Edited by maplejet on 22 Sep 2008, 02:58

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