There are Deftones fans who aren't exactly happy about their now rescheduled tour, again. Things have been looking up until Deftones threw us the biggest curveball ever. Just yesterday we all read the announcement from Deftones and Gojira's social media outlets.

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The saddening announcement was regarding their 2021 rescheduled tour which has been rescheduled yet again. Now it sucks because Deftones fans in El Paso, Juarez, Las Cruces, and Albuquerque won't be seeing them Saturday, September 11. Deftones were set to play in Albuquerque, New Mexico on Saturday, September 11 which wasn't that far away.

But after yesterday's surprising news looks like we're going to have to wait even longer now. Deftones wants to make sure they can attend every date with confidence and I don't blame them for playing it safe. Fans who were looking forward to their Albuquerque trip now have their September 11 open for new plans.

I think I am still going to keep that Saturday, September 11 to have my own little concert at home. Deftones concert in Albuquerque, New Mexico went from a weekend show to a week-day show. It was originally on Saturday, September 11 rescheduled to Thursday, April 28 as of yesterday.

This definitely hurt some of us who had it good with their original tour dates. Now, this just means Deftones fans outside of Albuquerque, New Mexico have to take time off from work next year. A friend of mine told me that the new tour date happend to land on his mom's birthday.

He told me he's still going to Albuquerque for Deftones but will make it up. Lucky for him his mom's favorite candy store from California is also in Albuquerque. Now, all we can hope for is for things to run smoothly and no last-minute mishaps where the Albuquerque show gets canceled or faces another reschedule.

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