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On the heels of releasing their first single from upcoming album Gore, Deftones have announced a headlining slot at the acclaimed Rock on the Range Festival this summer in Columbus, OH. The event is scheduled to be held May 20-22 at MAPFRE Stadium. Deftones join heavyweights A Day to Remember, Bring Me the Horizon, At the Drive-In (a band that also recently announced a new album) and Megadeth as performers.

The festival has also added a craft beer tent and a comedy stage, featuring Jay Mohr, Craig Gass and Bethany Dwyer, among others. Watch the preview video below for more information on the festival.

Rock On The Range – 10 Year Anniversary Lineup AnnouncementRock On The Range returns… Check out the 10 year anniversary lineup NOW and get your tickets to Americas Biggest Rock event of the year TODAY! #RockOnTheRange http://rockontherange.com/

Posted by Rock On The Range on Monday, November 30, 2015

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