The new version of the classic track appears on the band’s new ‘White Pony’ remix album ‘Black Stallion’
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The new ‘Change (In The House Of Flies)’ remix video features never-seen-before footage from Deftones’ archives, and reimagines the song’s original video – watch it below.
Reviewing the ‘White Pony’ remix album ‘Black Stallion’, NME wrote: “There’s a lot of ground covered here. You’ll want to either sit down or take off for producer Salva’s brutal, malfunctioning trap beat spin on ‘RX Queen’, or electronica duo Phantogram‘s dark dream-pop take on ‘Street Carp’.
“After all these years, the songs still stand up, even in a different dimension. ‘Black Stallion’ can either be listened to as the twisted inner monologue of a masterpiece, or a standalone rattling gun of gnarly and weird electronica.”
The new remix comes after Deftones dropped their acclaimed ninth album ‘Ohms’ back in summer.
Frontman Chino Moreno recently told NME that the idea for ‘Black Stallion’ dated back to 2000, when Deftones approached DJ Shadow to remix the whole of ‘White Pony’ before it was even recorded.
“I’m kind of glad that it happened now,” Moreno told NME. “The original idea was for DJ Shadow to remix the whole record and as cool as that sounds, it’s kind of neat now that we got a whole bunch of different artists to give their interpretation of the song that they remixed. As a music fan, it’s exciting to have all of these artists together.”