Korn have been rocking ear drums for quite some time and they’ll continue to do so with their upcoming release ‘The Path of Totality.’ Lucky for old school and new school Korn fans, the band has released a preview of the highly anticipated record on YouTube.
California quartet Korn have been around for almost two decades now, and their tenth studio album, The Path of Totality, is set to release on December 6. However, the band are giving their fans a sneak peek of their newest work, as their song "Sanctuary" is now streaming on YouTube.
It was back in the early spring when we got a first glimpse at what the next album from Korn was going to sound like. Then earlier this week they set a release date for their 10th studio album The Path of Totality, which features the new song "Get Up". It sounds a bit different from the usual Korn sound we are used to, but I really like the song. It has an awesome energy to it, and will for sure get the crowd going at every Korn show.
Earlier this year, Korn had released "Get Up" to the public after remixing the song with DJ Skrillex. Skrillex has also done other successful dubstep mixes with artists such as Rob Zombie, The Black Eyed Peas, an
40 bands in 3 days! Its called "Rock On The Range" America's Rock Festival and featured a who's who in the rock world. There were many great performances. Alter Bridge, Hollywood undead, and Escape the Fate rocked Columbus Ohio but fell short to these five bands of top performers for the weekend.
KoRn is releasing a EP in May. Frontman Jonathan Davis calls it a skittering blitzkrieg of heavy electro beats and guitars. There is a song that was leaked called "Get Up". It was remixed by LA DJ Skrillex, hear it now.
World-famous Rock/Metal quintet Korn are joining other Sony Music artists and are releasing their own essentials album, according to The Pulse of Radio. "The Essential Korn" will be released on May 10, 2011!
If you're a frequent concert-goer, than you know how quickly the crowd can get out of hand. People get pushed, shoved, beaten, etc, and mosh pits don't help the matter. Here are 14 concerts that turned deadly, literally.
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