Korn - The Nothing (September 13, 2019)

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  1. ItsAndrew

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    1. The End Begins
    2. Cold
    3. You’ll Never Find Me
    4. The Darkness is Revealing
    5. Idiosyncrasy
    6. The Seduction Of Indulgence
    7. Finally Free
    8. Can You Hear Me
    9. The Ringmaster
    10. Gravity Of Discomfort
    11. H@rd3r
    12. This Loss
    13. Surrender To Failure

     
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  2. unbornwhiskey

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    that new song sounds like it came right off of issues or untouchables, weird to feel this excited about a korn single
     
  3. tvck

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    definitely some throwback vibes. dig it
     
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  4. Petit nain des Îles

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    They lost me after Take A Look In The Mirror, but I remain surprised everytime I stumble onto one of their recent singles as they sound right out of their best albums.
     
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  5. tvck

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    How long has Head been back in the picture?
     
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  6. beachdude

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    I believe this will be their third album with him back in the band... but the one before this was the first with him fully back in the writing process from the beginning, and it was quite a solid comeback.
     
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  7. tvck

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    That's why I was curious. You can definitely hear his sound in this one.
     
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  8. Horrorca

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    some Orgy sounding moments here
     
  9. nohandstoholdonto

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    damn that single is actually kinda sick :eyes:

    wonder if Huckabee makes an appearance on the record lol
     
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  10. tomtom94

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    I've enjoyed both the albums they did since Head came back, and I'm excited that they're working with the same producer who did Serenity of Suffering. Curious to see what influence, if any, demoing with Feldmann and Travis Barker has on the album as a whole.
     
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  11. The song is pretty good. I was pleasantly surprised by it.
     
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  12. Contender

    Goodness is Nowhere

    oh wow I’m all about this
     
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  13. Korn was probably the first heavy band I got into back in the late 90s so I have a soft spot for them, albeit small. The second half of their career has been pretty bad.
     
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  14. 0rb

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    I cannot begin to believe Korn is releasing new music. This isn't real.
     
  15. ItsAndrew

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    Jonathan Davis interview with Kerrang!

    "I've Never Hurt Like That": Why Korn's New Album The Nothing Is Their Darkest Ever — Kerrang!

     
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  16. I’m anxiously awaiting another new song.
     
  17. tomtom94

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  18. unbornwhiskey

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    damn this is gonna be their best album in ages
     
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  19. tvck

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    Damn
     
  20. SteveLikesMusic

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    Whoa. Pretty sure Cold is the best Korn song since Issues.
     
  21. unbornwhiskey

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    this is the best korn album since issues
     
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  22. I forgot this was coming out. Seems like there hasn’t been much press behind it.
     
  23. I listened to half of this and it definitely feels like a return to form. It sounds like it fits in with the albums from the first half of their career, which is a good thing.
     
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  24. mike1885

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    I've actually really enjoyed their past 2 albums, so excited to listen to this one based on these replies.
     
  25. JM95

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    This is a real return to form rather than a cliche music press one. It's very much Jonathan's record but everyone's firing on pretty much top form.

    I know it's easy for some to laugh off Korn nowadays but there are very few heavy records that have come out this year that are better than this.