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After touring, the band released their first single "Man in the Box" in January of 1991 which received heavy play on MTV and radio, taking the single after 26 weeks into MTV's top 20.

Alice in Chains later released the single "Sea of Sorrow" which was not as widely played.

I mean, I feel like you put on one song and it's completely different from the song after it, or previous to it.

So it's not like we had this one main idea and we went in and we sort of went with that vibe. So, like any DEFTONES record, I mean, it's got dynamics and there's loud aggressiveness and there's mellowness to it, but it's all sort of got an ebb and flow to it. It'd be hard for me to just put it in words exactly what it sounds like. The way I look at it is it's a gradual step from where we last were." According to Moreno, sixteen songs were written for DEFTONES' new CD, which was once again produced by Matt Hyde (SLAYER, CHILDREN OF BODOM, MONSTER MAGNET, WINDS OF PLAGUE).

"It encapsulates a period of time, like all records do.

You see growth and that the band is moving ahead in new territory that we haven't been to before, but we haven't lost our identity." He added: "There's some real filth in there.

This record was done sort of over a year, spread out over these little, tiny writing sections.

So it sounds a bit more fragmented, but in a good way.

Carpenter said (see video below): "[We're] sitting around waiting for the release of our new record. We have some dates in Texas in March, in May-June we're off to Europe for some festivals out there.

We'll play for all the people who are interested and want to hear it." During a November 2015 interiew with BBC Radio 1's "Rock Show", DEFTONES frontman Chino Moreno stated about "vibe" of the band's next CD: "I can't really compare it to our last couple of records.

Everything that an Alice fan has loved, particularly the morose atmosphere and the dark, grinding guitars, is here in spades.