|Single by Deftones|
|from the album White Pony (all editions)|
|Songwriter(s)||Stephen Carpenter, Chi Cheng, Abe Cunningham, Chino Moreno|
|Deftones singles chronology|
"Digital Bath" features a variety of effects and sampling. The verse is composed of echoed guitar chords and soothing, whispered vocals. The song also features a high vocal pitch from Chino Moreno virtually unheard in other Deftones material. Moreno stated that despite the "prettiness" of the song, it's actually about "electrocuting a girl in a bathtub".
Appearances in other media
The song was played over the end credits of the 2001 horror movie Soul Survivors.
|U.S. Billboard Modern Rock Tracks||16|
- "Deftones - Digital Bath". Discogs. Retrieved 2013-05-31.
- Greer, Nick (December 16, 2006). "Deftones Saturday Night Wrist". Sputnikmusic. Retrieved November 21, 2012.
"Digital Bath," "Knife Party," and "Change" are all defined by the ghostly samples in the background that perfectly matched Chino's vocals and the wonderful harmonic phrasing on those songs.
- "Billboard Alternative Songs". Billboard. Retrieved June 23, 2013.
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