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Korn

Korn's cathartic alternative metal sound positioned the group among the most popular and provocative to emerge during the post-grunge era of the late '90s. The band began their existence as the Bakersfield, California-based metal band LAPD, which included guitarists James "Munky" Shaffer and Brian "Head" Welch, bassist Reginald "Fieldy" Arvizu, and drummer David Silveria. After issuing an LP in 1993, the members of LAPD crossed paths with Jonathan Davis, a mortuary science student moonlighting as the lead vocalist for the local group Sexart. They soon asked Davis to join the band, and upon his arrival the quintet rechristened itself Korn. They recorded their demo, Neidermayer's Mind, in 1993 with producer Ross Robinson (Deftones, Limp Bizkit, Slipknot), who would go on to be one of the most sought-after rock producers of the late '90s and early aughts.

After signing to Epic's Immortal imprint, they issued their debut self-titled album in late 1994. With a relentless tour schedule that included stints opening for Ozzy Osbourne, Megadeth, Marilyn Manson, and 311, the record slowly but steadily rose in the charts, eventually going gold on the back of hit single "Blind." Combining dark lyrical content about child abuse, molestation, discrimination, and drug addiction, hip-hop influences, and downtuned guitar sludge, Korn were unintentionally at the forefront of the movement that would be dubbed nu-metal.

The band's 1996 Grammy-nominated follow-up, Life Is Peachy, was a more immediate smash, reaching the number three spot on the pop album charts. The album featured "A.D.I.D.A.S." and a cover of Ice Cube's "Wicked" with Deftones frontman Chino Moreno. The following summer, they headlined Lollapalooza, but were forced to drop off the tour when Shaffer was diagnosed with viral meningitis. With increased exposure, the band also began to attract controversy, making national headlines when a student in Zeeland, Michigan, was suspended for wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with the group's logo (the school's principal later declared their music "indecent, vulgar, and obscene," prompting the band to issue a cease-and-desist order).

In 1998, Korn released Follow the Leader, their biggest hit to date. The album debuted atop the Billboard 200, spawning the hit singles "Got the Life" and "Freak on a Leash." They won a Grammy for the "Freak on a Leash" video and, among the boy bands and pop starlets, conquered MTV's Total Request Live. That same year, the band kicked off the inaugural stint of their Family Values tour, featuring a lineup that consisted of friends and contemporaries Limp Bizkit, rapper Ice Cube, German industrial metal band Rammstein, and the first signees to Davis' imprint Elementree Records, Orgy. Follow the Leader eventually went quintuple platinum and sold over ten-million copies worldwide.

After capping off their summer with a slot on the main stage of Woodstock '99, they began promotion for their fourth effort, Issues. Featuring the singles "Falling Away from Me," "Make Me Bad," and "Somebody Someone," Issues continued Korn's dominance on MTV, rock radio, and the Billboard charts, debuting at number one. The band toured behind the album on the Sick & Twisted Tour with Staind, P.O.D., Papa Roach, and Powerman 5000. Even when Silveria was sidelined by a back injury, the band forged ahead with former Faith No More drummer Mike Bordin (Silveria later returned amid rumors of leaving the band for a fashion career, but these stemmed from some modeling work he had done before his injury.) An American stadium tour dubbed Summer Sanitarium followed later that year with Metallica, Kid Rock, Powerman 5000, and System of a Down also on the bill. Before the release of their next album, Fieldy released a gangsta rap album and Davis scored the film Queen of the Damned. At the end of 2001, the band reunited as a unit and entered the studio.

Just as the band's popularity reached a dizzying high, they unveiled a new sound that featured more instrumental experimentation and more singing on Davis' part. The Grammy-winning Untouchables arrived in the summer of 2002, debuting at number two behind Eminem, and featured the singles "Here to Stay" and "Thoughtless." Korn did a run of Ozzfest dates in support, and the album was another smash hit, selling over five-million copies worlwide.

Shortly after, the band released the self-produced Take a Look in the Mirror in 2003. Touted by Korn as a reconsideration of their sound (they even included a reworking of Neidermayer demo track "Alive"), the album was accompanied by the Back to Basics tour, which saw the band playing smaller venues with old friends Limp Bizkit. Despite the album going multi-platinum, this era would mark the start of the band's decline in mainstream popularity, a period made even worse by the departure of founding guitarist Welch, who left the band in 2005 after converting to Christianity.

Korn forged forth, playing shows that summer as a quartet and signing an expansive recording and development deal with Virgin. The following December they released See You on the Other Side, a number three hit that featured a batch of hook-ready songs co-written with hitmaking pop production team the Matrix (Avril Lavigne, Britney Spears). Other Side would be the band's final work with their founding drummer Silveria, who left the band in 2006. Live & Rare was released that same year, with the live acoustic recording MTV Unplugged -- featuring Robert Smith of the Cure and Amy Lee of Evanescence -- following in March 2007. Later that year, the band resurfaced with an underwhelming album that was purposely left untitled (sometimes referred to as Korn II). Without Silveria, the band enlisted guest drummers to contribute in the studio, including Terry Bozzio (Frank Zappa), Brooks Wackerman (Bad Religion), and even Jonathan Davis himself. The band eventually found a permanent replacement by way of Army of Anyone's Ray Luzier. In 2010, Korn signed with Roadrunner Records and brought Ross Robinson back to the fold. Their ninth album, Korn III: Remember Who You Are, was both a return to form and safe retread, signaling the revitalization of the band.

Looking to expand in risky new directions, Korn sought out electronic producers like Skrillex and Noisia, who helped them infuse their already heavy sound with pounding dubstep on their electronic-tinged tenth album, 2011's The Path of Totality. The effort debuted atop the Billboard Dance/Electronic chart and was their 11th LP to arrive in the Top Ten of the Billboard 200. Their new sound was chronicled live the following year on Live at the Hollywood Palladium.

In May 2012, prodigal guitarist Welch guested with the band on a version of "Blind" at a show in North Carolina. Exactly a year later, he announced that he had officially rejoined the band. With the (almost) original lineup back together, Korn set to work on their 11th album. The Paradigm Shift, Welch's first album with Korn in a decade, appeared in October of 2013. Inspired by the melodic brutality of Issues and Untouchables, The Paradigm Shift debuted in the Top Ten on the American, German, Austrian, and Australian charts. For the 20th anniversary of their seminal debut, Korn embarked on a tour playing Korn in its entirety.

In 2015, the band returned to the studio to record their 12th LP. Featuring Slipknot vocalist Corey Taylor on "A Different World," The Serenity of Suffering arrived in 2016, led by lead single "Rotting in Vain." ~ Neil Z. Yeung & Jason Ankeny
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Selected Discography

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Track List: The Paradigm Shift (Cd/Dvd Deluxe)

Disc 1

1. Prey For Me

2. Love & Meth

3. What We Do

4. Spike In My Veins

5. Mass Hysteria

6. Paranoid And Aroused

7. Never Never

8. Punishment Time

9. Lullaby For A Sadist

10. Victimized

11. It's All Wrong

12. Wish I Wasn't Born Today

13. Tell Me What You Want

Disc 2
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Track List: Korn III - Remember Who You Are

1. Uber-Time

2. Oildale (Leave Me Alone)

3. Pop A Pill

4. Fear Is A Place To Live

5. Move On

6. Lead The Parade

7. Let The Guilt Go

8. The Past

9. Never Around

10. Are You Ready To Live?

11. Holding All These Lies

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Track List: Untitled

1. Intro

2. Starting Over

3. B**ch We Got A Problem

4. Evolution

5. Hold On

6. Kiss

7. Do What They Say

8. Ever Be

9. Love And Luxury

10. Innocent Bystander

11. Killing

12. Hushabye

13. I Will Protect You

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Track List: Untitled (Explicit)

1. Intro

2. Starting Over

3. B**ch We Got A Problem

4. Evolution

5. Hold On

6. Kiss

7. Do What They Say

8. Ever Be

9. Love And Luxury

10. Innocent Bystander

11. Killing

12. Hushabye

13. I Will Protect You

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Track List: See You On The Other Side

Disc 1

1. Twisted Transistor

2. Politics

3. Hypocrites

4. Souvenir

5. 10 Or A 2 Way

6. Throw Me Away

7. Love Song

8. Open Up

9. Coming Undone

10. Getting Off

11. Liar

12. For No One

13. Seen It All

14. Tearjerker

Disc 2
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Track List: See You On The Other Side (Explicit)

1. Twisted Transistor

2. Politics

3. Hypocrites

4. Souvenir

5. 10 Or A 2 Way

6. Throw Me Away

7. Love Song

8. Open Up

9. Coming Undone

10. Getting Off

11. Liar

12. For No One

13. Seen It All

14. Tearjerker

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Track List: Greatest Hits Vol. 1 (Explicit)

Disc 1

1. Word Up!

3. Y'all Want A Single

4. Right Now

5. Did My Time

6. Alone I Break

7. Here To Stay

8. Trash

9. Somebody Someone

10. Make Me Bad

11. Falling Away From Me

12. Got The Life

13. Freak On A Leash

14. Twist

15. A.D.I.D.A.S.

16. Clown

17. Shoots And Ladders

18. Blind

Disc 2
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Track List: Take A Look In The Mirror (Explicit)

1. Right Now

2. Break Some Off

3. Counting On Me

4. Here It Comes Again

5. Deep Inside

6. Did My Time

7. Everything I've Known

8. Play Me (feat. Nas)

9. Alive

10. Let's Do This Now

11. I'm Done

12. Y'all Want A Single

13. Wen Will This End

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Track List: Did My Time (CD Single)

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Track List: Untouchables (Explicit) [Limited Edition]

1. Here To Stay

2. Make Believe

3. Blame

4. Hollow Life

5. Bottled Up Inside

6. Thoughtless

7. Hating

8. One More Time

9. Alone I Break

10. Embrace

11. Beat It Upright

12. Wake Up Hate

13. I'm Hiding

14. No One's There

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Track List: Issues

1. Dead

2. Falling Away From Me

3. Trash

4. 4 U

5. Beg For Me

6. Make Me Bad

7. It's Gonna Go Away

8. Wake Up

9. Am Going Crazy

10. Hey Daddy

11. Somebody Someone

12. No Way

13. Lets Get This Party Started

14. Wish You Could Be Me

15. Counting

16. Dirty

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Track List: Follow The Leader

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Track List: Life Is Peachy (Explicit)

1. Twist

2. Chi

3. Lost

4. Swallow

5. Porno Creep

6. Good God

7. Mr. Rogers

9. No Place To Hide

10. Wicked

11. A.D.I.D.A.S.

13. A** Itch

14. Kill You

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Track List: Korn

1. Blind

2. Ball Tongue

3. Need To

4. Clown

5. Divine

6. Faget

7. Shoots And Ladders

8. Predictable

9. Fake

10. Lies

11. Helmet In The bush

12. Daddy

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Track List: Freak On A Leash (Radio Single)

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Track List: Get Up! (Radio Single)

1. Get Up!

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Track List: Hater (Single)

1. Hater

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Track List: Insane

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Track List: Narcissistic Cannibal (Single)

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Track List: Never Never (Single)

1. Never Never

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Track List: Oildale (Radio Single)

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Track List: Oildale (Radio Single) (Explicit)

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Track List: Rotting In Vain (Single)

1. Rotting In Vain

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Track List: The Paradigm Shift

1. Prey For Me

2. Love And Meth

3. What We Do

4. Spike In My Veins

5. Mass Hysteria

6. Paranoid And Aroused

7. Never Never

8. Punishment Time

9. Lullaby For A Sadist

10. Victimized

11. It's All Wrong

Comments

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DON'T READ THIS!!! You will be kissed on the love of your life on the nearest possible Friday, but if you read this and ignore it you will have bad luck. Put this on 15 songs in 143 minutes. When you are done press the space hard in big letters across the screen. This is creepy but it actually works.
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I Saw KORN WITH OZZY About 15 YRS AGO! They Were BOTH INCREDIBLE!! ! (Before Ozzy couldn't talk lol)!!!!!
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Love me some KORN!!!!!
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loving there song they f**king rock the hell out of my mind
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The lyrics listed here are NOT the lyrics?
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Damn right I saw them live 1 week ago
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WORD UP!!!!!!!!!
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I LOVE KORN! & THIS COVER IS SO F**KIN COOL!!!
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The Serenity Of Suffering out OCT 21st
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i hope pandora gets the rights to play Rotting in vain. before the full albums release on oct 21st.
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I saw Korn not to long ago in new Orleans at a festival with alot of different people and rock bands and I got to say Korn is the only band there that killed the viewers there it was a sight to see becuase me my self a rock guitar player and dj I to started out like this band then I moved on
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Seen them at the mayhem tour . I'd pay anything for a b side concert. They rule more than the greatest hits cd
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gregg.cmj
K o r n nice when your in the mood to let off steam
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I like here to stay and there songs from there new album,they said there going back to their hard s**t.......A R E YOU READYYYYYY
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Yep
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They opened for 311? That's pretty cool..
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Don't read this. You will be kisses on the nearest possible Friday by the love of your life. Now you've started reading this, don't stop, this is so freaky, but if you ignore it then you will have very bad luck. Put this on 15 songs in 2hrs. 23mins.
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I met them - THEY f**k in rock!
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A D I D A S!!!! RAUCHIEST COOLEST SONG!!! THEY R
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The Song Is WORD UP!!! Go ask The OLDER People. If they Know The ORIGINAL..Th e n ASK What Version THEY LIKE!!!

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KIDS- This is Such An AWESOME COVER- Listen to the Original Plz!!!
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I agree coming undone is the best
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MY FAV SONG IS COMING UNDONE���� ITS THE BEST!!!
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karina.galle s
However I like meet loof
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GOTTA. LOVE JONATHON'S GIBBERISH N BAGPIPES
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My boyfriend won tickets to see Korn an Rob Zombie!!!!
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robert_myzel 2 0 0 0
Hvbbuhbihb
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I was a huge fan of their debut album. Life is Peachy was great, but they really sold out with Follow the Leader.
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great band! !!!!
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I live near Bakersfield their home town
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I liked the old picture they had for Korn
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can't wait to see you guys this sunday!!!!!
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Coming Undone,,, excellent tune,, Korn..... These guys rock one of the best in my opinion. ROCK ON EVERYONE
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Korn!!...... . This song kicks!! I live just to listen, Motivating rythym- feel like smashing something (u- know, in a positive way) Hahaha !!!
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����Thys is my shyt i luv korn����
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Korn is good, but they just stopped making albums after 2013
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Man this band is just so great, LLK! (Long Live Korn)
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Hey ho lets go!!!!!!!
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Have not read a single comment on hear that isn't worded like a 3rd grader wrote it. This is why rock fans have such a bad rep now-a-days.. . . You guys sound like idiots. But regardless, Korn is dope.
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Korn is the best ever time I drink I play most of there songs! ♡
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Why does Twisted Transistor have the wrong lyrics?
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whys the issues cover different
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KORN F**CKIN ROCKS MAN!!!! THEY R VERY UNDERRATED!! ! ! !
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Gdmn, they're underrated. I don't care what he smells like, Jonathan Davis is legend akin to Theseus. Slay \m/
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Hi
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I FOGET THE Year MY FRIENDS DOTHER SENDS ME,TAPE OF LOCAL BAND FROM CALIFORNIA I LIVE MID,WEST HOOKED
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they are disterbing but awsome
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My favorite song and A7X 5FDP and KORN I love also music video is funny/cool
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