DEFTONES: Release Date Set For Collection of B-Sides, Rarities

Maverick Records has reportedly set a September 27 release date for DEFTONES's upcoming CD/DVD collection of B-sides, previously unreleased songs, all of the band's videos and never-before-seen video footage.

In a recent interview with the U.K.'s Kerrang! magazine, DEFTONES frontman Chino Moreno had the following to say about the band's decision to issue the set: "We've got so many recordings of covers and remixes and there's loads of stuff people haven't really heard. I've got boxes of VHS tapes and there's so much fucking insane footage of crazy stage shows and wild shit. So it's going to be like a timeline from the beginning up to now. There'll be an album of B-sides and rarity songs and a DVD with it, so it's going to be really cool. 'Adrenaline' came out in September 1995, so I think we're aiming to release this around our 10th anniversary."

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