Korn’s “Sanctuary”- The Making Of [VIDEO]
World-renowned band Korn have been together almost as long as I’ve been alive, and they have recently released their tenth studio album, The Path of Totality. The quartet takes off in about a month for more touring, but before they’re tied down completely, they released the video for “Sanctuary,” which can be seen after the jump.
Korn marked their anniversary, new album and two decades of accomplishments by working with a number of artists and producers, such as Skrillex, Excision and Kill the Noise. However, for “Sanctuary” the band collaborated with DJ and producer Downlink, according to the article:
He introduced us to a lot of ideas, equipment, items we don’t normally work with. It was really cool. Our sound engineer, Jim Monti learned a lot from recording with Downlink, and Downlink learned a lot from Jim, so it was a great experience, Korn vocalist Jonathan Davis told Noisecreep about working with the Canadian DJ.
In this exclusive video, we get a behind-the-scenes look at Davis in a Manila, Philippines hotel room tracking the vocals for ‘Sanctuary.’
What do you think of the video?