DEFTONES To Appear On "Matrix Reloaded" Soundtrack

February 1, 2003

DEFTONES will contribute an as-yet-undetermined new song to the "Matrix Reloaded" soundtrack, due out this spring. The band's contribution will be culled from the group's self-titled fourth album, which is expected to surface in May via Maverick Records. The follow-up to 2000's platinum-certified "White Pony" is currently being mixed by longtime collaborator Terry Date at Larrabee Studios in West Hollywood, California and is said to be a more "energetic" offering than its predecessor.

"It's not the easiest music to like," Moreno recently told Rolling Stone about the group's new material. "But like all my favorite artists and records, you have to take time and get into it."

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