The Deftones announce US dates

Autumn jaunt for the band

The Deftones announce US dates
The Deftones have unveiled the dates for their US tour.

The band are set to release their new album ’Saturday Night Wrist’ on October 30.

The album is the follow up to the band’s self titled 2003 album.

As previously reported by NME.COM, the album features contributions from Giant Drag’s Annie Hardy who provides an ‘explicit monologue’ for ’Pink Cellphone’ and System Of A Down’s Serj Tankian on ’Mein’.

The 26 date tour calls at:

Oklahoma The Diamond Ballroom (October 26)
Texas El Paso County Coliseum (28)
Arizona Marquee Theatre (29)
Seattle The Fenix (November 2)
Portland Roseland Theater (3)
Chico Senator Theater (4)
Ventura Majestic Ventura Theater (7)
San Francisco The Fillmore (8)
Hollywood The Avalon (9)
San Diego Soma (12)
Tucson The Tialto (13)
Albuquerque Sunshine Theatre (14)
Houston Warehouse Live (16)
Austin Music Hall (17)
San Antonio Sunset Station (18)
New Orleans House Of Blues (19)
St Petersburg Jannus Landing (21)
Fort Lauderdale Revolution (22)
Lake Buena Vista House of Blues (24)
Atalnta Tabernacle (25)
Myrtle Beach House of Blues (26)
Winston-Salem Millenium Center (28)
Norfolk The NorVa (29)
Philadelphia Electric Factory (December 2)
Washington 9.30 Club (4)
New York Nokia Theatre Times Square (5)

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