Deftones Share Mike Shinoda’s (Linkin Park) Remix of “Passenger” ft. Maynard James Keenan (Tool)


Deftones previously announced their long-rumored reissue of their classic White Pony as well as their planned Black Stallion Remix album! The set will be released on December 11th via Reprise / Warner Records. An All-star cast of peers and legend including DJ Shadow, Robert Smith, Mike Shinoda, Clams Casino, Phantogram, Tourist and more will reimagine White Pony for its 20th Anniversary (read our retrospective here); Pre-orders are live at the link below. The band already shared Purity Ring’s remix of “Knife Prty” and now we get another captivating new remix. Rock out to Mike Shinoda’s (Linkin Park) remix of “Passenger” ft. Maynard James Keenan of Tool. The video will debut later today exclusively at Adult Swim Festival online.

To mark the 20th anniversary of their 2000 alt-metal opus, White Pony, Deftones are reissuing the album with a companion disc of remixes titled Black Stallion on Reprise / Warner Records. The collection features an eclectic cast of contributors that reflects White Pony’s far-reaching impact across the worlds of metal, hip-hop, indie, and electronic music. White Pony (20th Anniversary Edition) will arrive on December 11, 2020, with pre-orders available now. Today, Deftones unveil the first taste of Black Stallion, a reimagining of “Knife Prty” by synth-pop mavericks Purity Ring. White Pony / Black Stallion is available to pre-order today at in three formats featuring both the original album and remix albums included. Separate formats comprise of a 2 CD + Digital download, Limited Edition Deluxe Box Set (2 Double LP’s + 2 CD’s), and Vinyl Box Set (2 Double LP’s).

Other remixers include icons like Robert Smith of The Cure, DJ Shadow, and Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park alongside genre-bending heavyweights: dark-pop favorites Phantogram, electronic experimentalist Squarepusher, beatsmith Clams Casino, renowned record producer Salva and noise artist Blanck Mass, to name just a few. The seed for Black Stallion was planted back in 2000 while writing and recording White Pony, which ended up going platinum and earning a 2001 Grammy for Best Metal Performance. Inspired by the sound-collage aesthetic of fellow Sacramento-area native Shadow, Deftones initially wanted the Endtroducing…. architect to remix the entirety of White Pony. Though that plan never came to fruition then, 20 years later, Shadow became a lynchpin of the curated collaboration roster that Deftones assembled for Black Stallion. On top of providing a fresh perspective on a classic album, Black Stallion is the ultimate testament to Deftones’ unparalleled genre-blurring influence.


Arriving in Ohms’ wake, Black Stallion’s radical remixes further cement the vanguard reputation of a band that is always thinking of the future, even as it looks to the past.



Feiticeira (Clams Casino remix)

Digital Bath (DJ Shadow remix)

Elite (Blanck Mass remix)

Rx Queen (Salva remix)

Street Carp (Phantogram remix)

Teenager (Robert Smith remix)

Knife Prty (Purity Ring remix)

Korea (Trevor Jackson remix)

Passenger (Mike Shinoda remix)

Change (In the House of Flies) (Tourist remix)

Pink Maggit (Squarepusher remix)