Deftones unleashed their new single for Ceremony a little over a month ago from their 2020 ninth studio album Ohms. The clip was was acompanied by a chilling video directed by Leigh Whannell, writer and director of Upgrade and the 2020 blockbuster The Invisible Man and has clocked over 1.1 million views on YouTube since it's release.
Over the weekend the Grammy award-winning act dropped a hectic remix of the track in collaboration with WHOKILLEDXIX, a "Glitchcore" hip hop/rap duo out of Los Angeles.
The WHOKILLEDXIX Ceremonial Version of the track not only contains a ton of new electronic elements that are seriously giving us 90s vibes, but new vocals rapped by the duo.
WHOKILLEDXIX (formerly XIX) released a new EP, Fall Damage, on Masked Records / Warner Records earlier this year. They gushed via their Instagram account on Friday, "WE REMIXED @deftones “CEREMONY” AND ITS COMING ON FRIDAY JUNE 4. HAD TO TAP IN W THE LEGENDS ONE TIME FOR THIS DREAM COME TRU 🖤🖤"
Deftones' Ceremony (WHOKILLEDXIX Ceremonial Version) is available now on all platforms. Stream it here and check out the visualiser below.
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