Can you believe that Deftones' seminal album White Pony is now officially 19 years old?
Released on June 20 in 2000, the band debuted on the ultra-popular talk show The Late Show With David Letterman on the same day to perform a haunting rendition of 'Change (In The House Of Flies)', which thrust them right into the watching eyes of the mainstream.
Check out the clip below:
'Change' was the album's biggest single ahead of both 'Back To School (Mini Maggit) and 'Digital Bath', and remains one of the band's most iconic pieces of music to date.
Scott Weiland (Stone Temple Pilots) also contributed to backing vocals on the song 'Rx Queen', but remained uncredited on the final product.
White Pony has aged incredibly well - what are some of your favourite tracks?
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