We recently had the opportunity to chat with former Korn guitarist and current Love & Death frontman, Brian “Head” Welch, and touched upon a wide range of topics. One of them happened to be the recent Guns N’ Roses drama at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony, in which Axl Rose decided not to join his former bandmates at the event.
While playing a gig in Italy, guitarist James “Munky” Shaffer offered up some thoughts about the band’s current full-length, ‘The Path of Totality,’ and how the band took chances on this set by incorporating dubstep into the mix.
Whew! Korn has just released a video for what I think is the best track off of the “Path To Totality” collection (c.d.? download? whatever!). It’s the opening track on the c.d. and I feel like it really sets the stage for the rest of the songs. This is the kind of track that really makes you understand where the band is going to be coming from for the next 45 minutes or so. More after the jump.
It’s no secret that Korn frontman Jonathan Davis has an affinity with electronic music. Korn’s latest record ‘The Path of Totality’ delved into dubstep territory and took the band into a new stage in their career. Nowm Davis will soon be releasing an electronic EP under the name J Devil.
The members of Korn have offered fans a behind the scenes look at the making of the song ‘Sanctuary,’ which also features DJ and producer Downlink and appears on their latest album ‘The Path of Totality.’
Evidently Walmart has a program that plays in it’s stores called “Soundcheck”. I personally have never stood still long enough to notice that anything was going on. As part of this program Korn plays live and does some short interview segments. It’s filmed really well, so what the heck, it’s worth a look. More after the jump.
It’s the beginning of December and Korn are giving their fans an early Christmas present. The band is streaming their latest album ‘The Path of Totality’ in its entirety for free in advance of its release on Tuesday, Dec. 6. Click on the link at the bottom of this post to listen to the entire album.
I've liked KoRn since the first time a heard their self-titled debut...it just sounded really fresh to me. They were heavy yet really stripped-down and raw and at the time I never really thought they would blow up the way they did. Yeah, there was a certain amount of accessibility to their releases after Life Is Peachy but their core sound was still there and it still is today.
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