The last time we heard anything from seminal nu-metal band Korn, it was a detour through dubstep. Their collaboration cemented Skrillex’s place in the modern EDM cannon and also displayed a bridge between two seemingly divergent genres. But after that bit of experimentation, Korn is going back to its roots with its upcoming release, The Paradigm Shift, not only in sound but also in lineup.
Revealed in a Rolling Stone interview with week, Korn announced their latest release is set to hit...Read Full Story
During the month of August Amazon has not 100, but 1000 albums for $5 each in MP3 format
Korn’s third album, the breakthrough Follow The Leader is part of the deal and you can pick it up (well, download it) for only $5 (the CD is available for $8.55).
Containing the essential Korn tracks like “Freak On A Leash” and “Got The Life,” lead singer Jonathan Davis was at his darkest most introspective best with the haunting “Pretty” and “Dead Bodies Everywhere.” The clacking slap-bass of Reginald...Read Full Story
Fieldy - Jonathan Davis - Munky - David - HeadPicture When they are was young in 1994. Korn is the greatest band new rock.You Can Listen for free an easy All Music Korn On KORNKorn is an American nu metal band from Bakersfield, California, formed in 1993. The current band line up includes four members: Jonathan Davis, James "Munky" Shaffer, Reginald "Fieldy" Arvizu, and Ray Luzier. Korn was originally formed by three of the members of the now-defunct band L.A.P.D., with the addition of two...Read Full Story
KORN has recruited Morgan Rose (pictured below; SEVENDUST) to sit behind the kit for the last few shows of the band's current "Music As A Weapon V" tour with DISTURBED, SEVENDUST and IN THIS MOMENT. Morgan will be filling in for KORN's regular drummer Ray Luzier, who will be unable to make the dates due to the impending birth of his child.Luzier became KORN's touring drummer in late 2007 and was made an official member in 2009. Bassist Reginald "Fieldy" Arvizu previously said of his newest...Read Full Story
Practically all the members of Korn are going on their separate ways. Now it is time for Reginald "Fieldy" Arvizu who was bassist in Korn. Stillwell just released their debut video "On and Popping" which is their second single after "Killing Myself To Live" in 2007. As if "Killing Myself To Live" was hip-hop, after that they made turnover and "On and Popping" is far from it. Its Southern blues rock with taste of funk metal, with Fieldy vocals, still inspired from Korn. The song comes off...Read Full Story
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