Deftones Frontman Discusses Band's Community-Style Process
He tells Whiplash (via Blabbermouth): "We don't talk about what we're gonna try to do. We really try to make it an in-the-moment sort of experience, and it seems to be the most exciting way to make records.
"I feel like if we talked too much about it, or planned it out too much, or decided what type of record we were gonna make, we'd sort of be boxing ourselves in to have to stick to that.
"So we kind of just let it happen. We don't write before we get in there. Everything is pretty much written together while we're all in the same room, and for that reason, I feel like it has this sort of live communal kind of feeling to it. Everybody very much shines in the right way." Read more here.
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