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Deftones captivate from start to finish

The Deftones performed a “History 101”-style concert Tuesday at the sold-out House of Blues, laying out chunks of each of its records in a steady march back to the band’s beginnings.

The Deftones began with four songs from 1997’s “Around the Fur,” then touched upon its 2003 self-titled album with “Minerva,” lurched into three from 2010’s “Diamond Eyes,” and so on. Only its most popular album, 2000’s “White Pony,” was broken apart, but not terribly so as the Deftones still paired “Feiticeira” and “Digital Bath” for a tumultuous centerpiece to the 90-minute concert. “Change (in the House of Flies)” from “White Pony” came later in the show.

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