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Mostly favourable reviews based on 11 critics
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Summary: Gore is the upcoming eighth studio album by the American alternative metal band Deftones, set to be released on April 8, 2016.

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Genre(s): Alternative Metal, Nu Metal
Record label(s): Reprise Records
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By Calum Slingerland
Continuing to age gracefully, Deftones deliver an emotionally divided release with Gore, one that will continue to endear and swing with your own mood — however you're feeling.
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By Jonathan Rimmer
‘Gore’ is the record where Deftones double back on themselves and return to challenging their listeners.
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By Neil Z. Yeung
Gore is a triumphant reminder of the band's ever-evolving sound and their continuing ability to push the boundaries of metal.
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By Rob Sayce
Still unique and still inspired, Deftones return to the ring for another round of beauty and brutality.
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By Riley Rowe
With myself and many others labeling it as a grower, I can't yet conclude where Gore lays on the quality spectrum of Deftones' discography, but it certainly isn't near the top with concrete classics Around the Fur or White Pony.
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By Mark Beaumont
Largely flirting with conformity from a distance, ‘Gore’ really comes into its own in the latter half, when Deftones open the silo doors on their buried missiles of epic melody.
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By Joe Goggins
The band stop short of total reinvention, but the difference in feel and tone is absolutely palpable.
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By Ian Cohen (Contributor)
If Diamond Eyes and Koi No Yokan were a vindication of Deftones’ formula, Gore captures the inimitable essence of the band.
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By Alex Sievers
‘Gore’ is NOT the pinnacle of what Deftones’ music can be, but, as per usual from the group, it’s pretty damn solid.
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By Andy O'Connor
They’re still ahead of their contemporaries despite not making wholesale changes to their sound from their self-titled 2003 album onwards, which tells you more about the state of mainstream radio rock than the band themselves.
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