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Deftones Cannabis Collection launches in California

Nov 25, 2021

A cannabis collection curated by Deftones, in partnership with family-owned cannabis brand, Golden Barn, is now available in California.

The Deftones announced the Passenger line in an Instagram post earlier this week.

In the post, guitarist Stephen Carpenter unboxes the package, which features the band’s White Pony logo, and notes that the band has been “waiting and smoking forever.”

“To finally be able to present something we all enjoy and like is awesome,” he says.

The collection includes a ‘Passenger’ cultivar, edibles, tincture and disposable vape pens.

Introducing The Passenger Box. Follow https://t.co/TC8UJTOfRQ to find the 9 locations that have our cannabis line in stock today in California. More will be distributed throughout the state in the following week. pic.twitter.com/yj8lK8sibn

— Deftones (@deftones) November 24, 2021

In the post, the band writes that cannabis was the “obvious next step,” after previously releasing beer and tequila lines.

“We put in the time, care and effort to make sure we’re delivering merchandise to the market that [has] been thoroughly scrutinized by all of us,” the post states.

California-based cannabis manufacturer Golden Barn was founded in 2013 and is also licensed in Colorado. According to the company’s website, their flagship products are CO2 extracted, strain-specific, vape carts.

The Passenger box is now available at nine locations in California and will be expanding to retailers across the state in the weeks ahead.

Earlier this year, speaking on The Peer Pleasure Podcast, Deftones singer Chino Moreno said that Carpenter might benefit from laying off the weed.

In particular, Moreno said that he believed weed may have contributed to Carpenter diving head-on into a number of conspiracy theories, including that the earth is flat.

“I’m surprised he’s not more of a meme… I think there may be a couple. But, it was actually tough for a minute, because obviously, I’ve been friends with him since I was 10-years-old. And you know he wasn’t always this way,” Moreno said, via MetalSucks.

“I will say that the weed probably has a ‘lil bit to do with his conspiracies and this and that and whatever, because he just, you know… And then probably sitting at home, just looking on whatever sites he looks at. [It] probably doesn’t help being smoked out.”

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A cannabis collection curated by Deftones, in partnership with family-owned cannabis brand, Golden Barn, is now available in California.

The Deftones announced the Passenger line in an Instagram post earlier this week.

In the post, guitarist Stephen Carpenter unboxes the package, which features the band’s White Pony logo, and notes that the band has been “waiting and smoking forever.”

“To finally be able to present something we all enjoy and like is awesome,” he says.

The collection includes a ‘Passenger’ cultivar, edibles, tincture and disposable vape pens.

Introducing The Passenger Box. Follow https://t.co/TC8UJTOfRQ to find the 9 locations that have our cannabis line in stock today in California. More will be distributed throughout the state in the following week. pic.twitter.com/yj8lK8sibn

— Deftones (@deftones) November 24, 2021

In the post, the band writes that cannabis was the “obvious next step,” after previously releasing beer and tequila lines.

“We put in the time, care and effort to make sure we’re delivering merchandise to the market that [has] been thoroughly scrutinized by all of us,” the post states.

California-based cannabis manufacturer Golden Barn was founded in 2013 and is also licensed in Colorado. According to the company’s website, their flagship products are CO2 extracted, strain-specific, vape carts.

The Passenger box is now available at nine locations in California and will be expanding to retailers across the state in the weeks ahead.

Earlier this year, speaking on The Peer Pleasure Podcast, Deftones singer Chino Moreno said that Carpenter might benefit from laying off the weed.

In particular, Moreno said that he believed weed may have contributed to Carpenter diving head-on into a number of conspiracy theories, including that the earth is flat.

“I’m surprised he’s not more of a meme… I think there may be a couple. But, it was actually tough for a minute, because obviously, I’ve been friends with him since I was 10-years-old. And you know he wasn’t always this way,” Moreno said, via MetalSucks.

“I will say that the weed probably has a ‘lil bit to do with his conspiracies and this and that and whatever, because he just, you know… And then probably sitting at home, just looking on whatever sites he looks at. [It] probably doesn’t help being smoked out.”

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