„Koi No Yokan“ е посрещнат с признание от професионалните критици и дебютира под номер 11 в Billboard 200, с продажби от 65 000 копия за първата седмица. Според „Nielsen SoundScan“ албумът е продал над 200 000 копия до момента в САЩ.
↑Wheeler, Brad. Ruth Minnikin's new album invites you into her heart and hearth. // The Globe and Mail. 16 ноември 2012. Посетен на 18 ноември 2012. Koi no Yokan is a Japanese phrase referring to the feeling, upon first meeting someone, that you will eventually fall in love. Though it might be facile to suggest that the phrase applies equally to the music on this album, it wouldn't be far from wrong. The Deftones have always had a way with instrumental sound, pulling elements from metal, alt-rock and shoegaze to create an emotionally evocative wall of guitars, but this time around the textures are even more closely tied to the songwriting. Perhaps that's why the songs seem more deeply engrossing, from the darkly churning textures of Gauze to the almost pop-flavoured melodies of Entombed. – J.D. Considine
↑Album Review: Deftones – Koi No Yokan. // Consequence of Sound. Посетен на 7 март 2016. Koi No Yokan sees the Deftones fully embracing the shoegazer elements that were only experimented with on past albums [...] Opener „Swerve City“ sways between delicate jangles (during verses) and dominating groove metal (during the chorus). (на английски)
↑Heaney, Gregory. Koi No Yokan. // Allmusic. Посетен на 14 ноември 2012. In their continued exploration of the intersection of heaviness and harmony, Koi No Yokan finds the band returning with a warm, dreamy sound that feels more like heavy dream pop or shoegaze than light metal.
↑Brown, Dean. Deftones – Koi No Yokan. // PopMatters. Посетен на 3 юни 2016. “Tempest” utilizes the capture-and-release found in post-rock/metal instrumentation[...]The mid-section of „Rosemary“ come as close to doom metal as Deftones have ever ventured
↑Dick, Jonathan. Deftones' Chino Moreno On Surviving, Evolving And 'Gore'. // npr.org. NPR. Посетен на 3 юни 2016. From the trip-hop nuances of its self-titled album in 2003 to the bleak math metal tendencies of 2006's Saturday Night Wrist to the goth-rock tinged shoegaze of 2010's Diamond Eyes to the prog-rock flirting of 2012's Koi No Yokan, Deftones' catalogue reads like a case study in how a band can translate influences into a sound that's definitively their own.
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