On April 9, 2010, Deftones posted a teaser trailer of the music video for "Diamond Eyes" on their official website, and the video was released on April 13. The video was directed by Robert Schober, also known as Roboshobo.
In January 2003, Deftones left the studio to perform some "one off" shows in Australia and New Zealand as part of the annual Big Day Out Festival. Shortly after, the band returned to the studio to finish their fourth album. The self-titled Deftones was released on May 20, 2003. Deftones entered the Billboard 200 at number two and sold 167,000 copies in its first week. The album remained in the Billboard top 100 for nine weeks, supported by the first single, "Minerva". The band shot a video for their second single, "Hexagram", with fans watching the band play the song in an indoor skatepark in Simi Valley, California. The band made a video for the track "Bloody Cape", but it was never released for play on television. The video was only made available on the band's official website for one day. It was later released on their B-Sides and Rarities DVD.
On August 12, 2011, The official music video for the song "Beauty School" was released on YouTube which features a compilation of live performances and backstage footage of the band during the Diamond Eyes tour. 59ce067264