02:59 - mz as much as I love TWWTTG, I must say that its influence on BM had not been so immense, or at least there had been some delay between that album and other bands taking influence from it. DsO, on the other hand...
02:43 - Neachy The Work Which Transforms Black Metal. I'd have to agree.
02:36 - Apothecary I like to think 2003, personally, because that's when Blut Aus Nord dropped TWWTG, which seemed to be the one album that most said "OK, black metal has entered a new chapter in its history"
Korn's frontman Jonathan Davis is being sued for $250,000 over a failed serial killer museum. According to TMZ, Davis made a good deal when he wriggled out of a costly lawsuit over a failed serial killer museum, but he forgot to pay the people who got him that deal and now they're suing. He tried to launch the project with a partner, but the idea came to nothing. The American Curiosities Museum was to focus on exhibits associated with some of the most infamous murderers in U.S. history.
Korn fans are in for a treat on the band's upcoming U.S. tour in October. The band will perform their 1994 self-titled debut album in its entirety (and more) at intimate venues on these dates. Throughout the tour, Suicide Silence and Islander will open for Korn. The American group performed their self-titled debut album in full for the first time in the U.S. on March 13th at the Brooklyn Bowl in Las Vegas. During the show, they featured their emotionally charged song "Daddy", which hasn't been played in concert since the first time in 1995.
This year's edition of Heavy Montréal is taking place in Montreal, Quebec, Canada from August 7th to August 9th at Parc Jean-Drapeau. The organizers have announced the line-up and it boasts a little bit for everyone and big names as Slipknot, Korn, Faith No More, Mastodon, Meshuggah, Arch Enemy and many, many more. Check out the line-up below and get ready for the summer heaviness. The festival passes are on sale on March 13th.
According to TMZ, founding Korn drummer David Silveria is suing his former band claiming his 2006 departure from the group was just a hiatus and that he was ready to return to the band in 2013 but they turned him away. Furthermore, David Silveria claims he still has ownership interest in Korn, and is looking for his cut of the band's profits since he left.
Korn frontman Jonathan Davis has penned the new song "So Unfair" about his son's struggle with Type 1 diabetes. All proceeds will go to the non-profit organization JDRF, a leading global organization funding Type 1 diabetes research. Every dollar donated is an entry to win a trip to Bakersfield, California to create and record a song with Jonathan Davis at his private recording studio.
Korn's debut album Korn was released on October 11th, 1994. To celebrate its 20th anniversary, the band is releasing a limited-edition 300-page hard cover book including photos from the archives paired with brand new notes and commentary from the members. From the stage to the dressing room to the recording studio, you'll have unlimited access to everything that went into the band's career so far.
You can now watch Korn's new music video for the track "Hater". The single is available digitally and was also included on The Paradigm Shift: World Tour Edition. As for the video, it was directed by David Yarovesky and you can enjoy it now. The video also features fan-submitted clips where they share stories of being victims of bullying, abuse, or hatred and how it affected them.
Today you can hear new music from Korn. It is the group's new single, "Hater", which will be available digitally on July 1st and will also be included on the forthcoming The Paradigm Shift: World Tour Edition out on July 15th. This expanded edition will contain 3 new tracks and 6 live songs. For now, you can listen to the new single.
US group Korn have released a new video for the song "Spike In My Veins" starring Miley Cyrus, Kanye West and Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, and more. You will understand when you see it. The track appears on their latest album The Paradigm Shift. As for the video, you can watch it below and tell us your thoughts about it.
US metallers Korn have released a new music video off of their recent The Paradigm Shift album. You can now watch the clip for "Love & Meth" below. This is the second video released for this album, after "Never Never". This video finds Korn strung up like marionettes and performing the song for a maniacal conductor. Enjoy "Love & Meth", not literally of course.
Korn are gearing up for the release of their new album The Paradigm Shift in full force and their new video is ready. The video for the first single "Never Never" has made its premiere online and you can watch it below right now. The Paradigm Shift, the first new album in a long time to feature guitarist Brian "Head" Welch, drops on October 1st on Prospect Park. The clock is ticking...
Who wants to hear a new Korn song? Well, now the band has released officially for streaming the new single "Never Never" from the upcoming studio album The Paradigm Shift. You can judge the new music on their Facebook page (at the price of one "Like"). It's the first taste of new music since The Path Of Totality.
As the release date approaches, we find out more about Korn's upcoming new album The Paradigm Shift. The album cover has finally been revealed alongside the tracklist of the first new record with original guitarist Brian "Head" Welch in a decade, which will be in stores and via digital retailers on October 1st on Prospect Park. The cover art was created by artist Roboto and you can feast your eyes on it below and you also might get a little bit dizzy. You have been warned.
Korn have set The Paradigm Shift as the title of their upcoming 11th studio album and successor to The Path Of Totality. We now also know that it will be released on October 1st. The album was produced by Don Gilmore (Pearl Jam, Linkin Park) and more importantly finds guitarist Brian "Head" Welch returning to the fold after an eight-year absence.