UFC Legend Nick Diaz Walks Out To Deftones During First Match In Six Years

Yesterday (September 25), UFC legend Nick Diaz entered the Octagon for his first fight in six years and he used Deftones’ “Ceremony” as his intro music. You can see footage of that below. Unfortunately, Diaz lost the match to Robbie Lawler, who won with a technical knockout.

[via Loudwire]

Deftones’ Stephen Carpenter Shares “Rickets” Guitar Playthrough Video

Deftones’ Stephen Carpenter has shared a guitar playthrough video for the band’s song “Rickets.“ That track appears on the group’s 1997 album “Around The Fur.”

Deftones Launch “Ceremony” Beer

Deftones have teamed up with Belching Beaver once again to create a new beer called “Ceremony.” The double dry hopped hazy IPA is a 6.5% ABV beverage featuring citra and galaxy hops.

The band commented:

“Ceremony Double Dry Hopped Hazy IPA – our 8th and newest collaboration with Belching Beaver – has arrived. This finely crafted brew takes an easy drinking Hazy IPA and doubles down on the juicy and tropical hop varietals, coming in at 6.5% ABV.

Try it on draft or pick up a 4-pack at your nearest Belching Beaver location in San Diego today. For our fans in other cities, online orders begin at 11:30AM PT at belchingbeaver.com. Their brew finder will update as Ceremony rolls out through distribution channels in the coming weeks. Pre-orders via CraftShack are live now.

U.S. availability: AZ, CA, CO, HI, ID, NE, NV, MN, OR, TX, WA, WI”

The Weeknd Says His “Trilogy” Release Was Inspired By Deftones

The Weeknd recently revealed that he took inspiration from Deftones when he was working on his 2012 compilation “Trilogy.” He tweeted the following about that:

Shortly after tweeting about Deftones, The Weeknd also seemingly paid tribute to late Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington:

[via The PRP]

Deftones’ Stephen Carpenter Shares “My Own Summer (Shove It)” Guitar Playthrough Video

Deftones’ Stephen Carpenter has shared a guitar playthrough video for the band’s song “My Own Summer (Shove It).“ That track appears on the group’s 1997 album “Around The Fur.”