Chino Moreno (born Camilo Wong Moreno; June 20, 1973) is an American singer, songwriter and musician who is best known as the lead vocalist and contributing guitarist of Deftones. He is also a member of the side-project groups Team Sleep, Crosses, Saudade and Palms. Moreno is well known for his distinctive screams, as well as his soothing and dramatic tenor voice while singing melodically. In 2007, he was placed at number 51 in Hit Parader's "Top 100 Metal Vocalists of All Time".
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Deftones' Chino Moreno, photo by Philip Cosores. In a new interview, singer Chino Moreno offers a few clues, comparing their new music to their 2000 effort, White Pony.
Nick Reilly Mar 8, 2019 8:08 am GMT. Denmark, Copenhagen - June 22, 2018. The American rock band Deftones performs a live concert during the Danish heavy metal festival Copenhell 2018 in Copenhagen. Here lead vocalist Chino Moreno is seen live on stage. Photo by: Gonzales Photo/Thomas on/UIG via Getty Images). If anything I would say that I’m reminded of White Pony. Deftones singer Chino Moreno has said that the band’s next album will remind fans of their acclaimed third record ‘White Pony’. The alt-rock icons are expected to release their follow-up to 2016’s ‘Gore’ in 2019 – and Moreno says that the band are currently in the experimental mode of recording it. We’re definitely getting into experimental sort of modes, which is the funnest phase that we get into.
The result was the first true Deftones album, setting the stage for their future triumphs and never-ending evolution. Epic, 1997) Before frontman Brandon Boyd gave up on shirts entirely and his Cali band found soft-rock chart success, Incubus were be-dreaded fun-in-the-sun spazzes, mashing together metal, funk, hip-hop, trip-hop, jazz and more on their sophomore album . Cuts like "Vitamin," "Idiot Box" and "A Certain Shade of Green" have. The group's self-titled debut is a wide-ranging affair, featuring cameos by a late-Nineties alt-metal who's who - Chino Moreno, Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst and DJ Lethal, Fear Factory's Burton C. Bell and Dino Cazares and others - and spanning from the punky Hootie & the Blowfish tell-off "No," to the tribal instrumental title track, to the excoriating.
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