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The Nothing

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With 25 years of experience and 12 albums under their belt since the release of the eponymous Korn in 1994, what can we expect from the famous band from Bakersfield in 2019? Rightly considered as pioneers of neo-Metal, Korn has experienced many ups and downs. Following a decade at the top of the charts, when their iconic guitarist Brian “Head” Welch left the group it became more experimental, dabbling in pop and dubstep (like The Path of Totality) which left many fans feeling a little bewildered. But Head’s return in 2013 undoubtedly gave the band a new lease of life as they returned to their more conventional style of music. And if the two albums that followed were a sign that they had returned to their high standards, The Nothing goes one step further. From the very first note of the bagpipes in The End Begins, it’s clear that Korn is well and truly back in the game. The album is dedicated to tradition as all the group’s characteristics can be heard throughout the album, (the scat in Cold that is reminiscent of Twist, the sound of the guitar in The Darkness is Revealing, the chorus of “disco” drums in Idiosyncrasy and so on). But The Nothing itself is not immune from trying new things and includes the track Finally Free which has hints of trip-hop as well as the particularly manic H@rd3r, which is a something a bit different altogether. And even if the band hasn’t reinvented itself in this particular album, their knack for riffs and catchy choruses, the manic performances by Jonathan Davis (and the very talented Ray Luzier on drums), combined with a solid production team and just the right amount of experimentation makes The Nothing the go-to album for this ‘third-generation’ Korn. There’s no doubt about it, Korn is still on top form! © Théo Roumier/Qobuz

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1
The End Begins 00:01:30

Jonathan Davis, Bagpipes, Vocals, Writer - Matt Wallace, Additional Engineer - Nick Raskulinecz, Producer - Korn, MainArtist - James "Munky" Shaffer, Guitar - Ray Luzier, Drums - Josh Wilbur, Mixer - Ted Jenson, Masterer - Nathan Yarborough, Engineer - Nathan Davis, Programming - Brian "Head" Welch, Guitar - David "Beno" Benveniste, Executive Producer - Chris Collier, Additional Engineer - Jules Venturini, Additional Programming - Reggie "Fieldy" Arvizu, Bass - Jim Monte, Additional Engineer - Tiago Nunez, Programming

2019 The Korn Partnership under exclusive license to Elektra Records, a Warner Music Group Company [Roadrunner Records] 2019 The Korn Partnership under exclusive license to Elektra Records, a Warner Music Group Company [Roadrunner Records]

2
Cold 00:03:45

Jonathan Davis, Vocals - Lauren Christy, Writer - Matt Wallace, Additional Engineer - Nick Raskulinecz, Producer, Writer - Korn, Writer, MainArtist - James "Munky" Shaffer, Guitar - Ray Luzier, Drums - Josh Wilbur, Mixer - Ted Jenson, Masterer - Nathan Yarborough, Engineer - Nathan Davis, Programming - Brian "Head" Welch, Guitar - David "Beno" Benveniste, Executive Producer - Chris Collier, Additional Engineer - Jules Venturini, Additional Programming - Reggie "Fieldy" Arvizu, Bass - Jim Monte, Additional Engineer - Tiago Nunez, Programming

2019 The Korn Partnership under exclusive license to Elektra Records, a Warner Music Group Company [Roadrunner Records] 2019 The Korn Partnership under exclusive license to Elektra Records, a Warner Music Group Company [Roadrunner Records]

3
You'll Never Find Me 00:03:40

Jonathan Davis, Vocals - Matt Wallace, Additional Engineer - Nick Raskulinecz, Producer, Writer - Korn, Writer, MainArtist - James "Munky" Shaffer, Guitar - Ray Luzier, Drums - Josh Wilbur, Mixer - William Patrick Corgan, Writer - Ted Jenson, Masterer - Nathan Yarborough, Engineer - Nathan Davis, Programming - Brian "Head" Welch, Guitar - David "Beno" Benveniste, Executive Producer - Chris Collier, Additional Engineer - Jules Venturini, Additional Programming - Reggie "Fieldy" Arvizu, Bass - Jim Monte, Additional Engineer - Tiago Nunez, Programming

2019 The Korn Partnership under exclusive license to Elektra Records, a Warner Music Group Company [Roadrunner Records] 2019 The Korn Partnership under exclusive license to Elektra Records, a Warner Music Group Company [Roadrunner Records]

4
The Darkness is Revealing 00:03:40

Jonathan Davis, Vocals - Matt Wallace, Additional Engineer - Nick Raskulinecz, Producer, Writer - Korn, Writer, MainArtist - James "Munky" Shaffer, Guitar - Ray Luzier, Drums - Josh Wilbur, Mixer - Ted Jenson, Masterer - Nathan Yarborough, Engineer - Nathan Davis, Programming - Brian "Head" Welch, Guitar - David "Beno" Benveniste, Executive Producer - Chris Collier, Additional Engineer - Jules Venturini, Additional Programming - Reggie "Fieldy" Arvizu, Bass - Jim Monte, Additional Engineer - Tiago Nunez, Programming

2019 The Korn Partnership under exclusive license to Elektra Records, a Warner Music Group Company [Roadrunner Records] 2019 The Korn Partnership under exclusive license to Elektra Records, a Warner Music Group Company [Roadrunner Records]

5
Idiosyncrasy 00:04:38

Jonathan Davis, Vocals - Matt Wallace, Additional Engineer - Nick Raskulinecz, Producer, Writer - Korn, Writer, MainArtist - James "Munky" Shaffer, Guitar - Ray Luzier, Drums - Josh Wilbur, Mixer - Ted Jenson, Masterer - Nathan Yarborough, Engineer - Nathan Davis, Programming - Brian "Head" Welch, Guitar - David "Beno" Benveniste, Executive Producer - Chris Collier, Additional Engineer - Jules Venturini, Additional Programming - Reggie "Fieldy" Arvizu, Bass - Jim Monte, Additional Engineer - Tiago Nunez, Programming

2019 The Korn Partnership under exclusive license to Elektra Records, a Warner Music Group Company [Roadrunner Records] 2019 The Korn Partnership under exclusive license to Elektra Records, a Warner Music Group Company [Roadrunner Records]

6
The Seduction of Indulgence 00:01:42

Jonathan Davis, Vocals, Writer - Matt Wallace, Additional Engineer - Nick Raskulinecz, Producer - Korn, MainArtist - James "Munky" Shaffer, Guitar - Ray Luzier, Drums - Josh Wilbur, Mixer - Ted Jenson, Masterer - Nathan Yarborough, Engineer - Nathan Davis, Programming - Brian "Head" Welch, Guitar - David "Beno" Benveniste, Executive Producer - Chris Collier, Additional Engineer - Jules Venturini, Additional Programming - Reggie "Fieldy" Arvizu, Bass - Jim Monte, Additional Engineer - Tiago Nunez, Programming

2019 The Korn Partnership under exclusive license to Elektra Records, a Warner Music Group Company [Roadrunner Records] 2019 The Korn Partnership under exclusive license to Elektra Records, a Warner Music Group Company [Roadrunner Records]

7
Finally Free 00:03:53

Jonathan Davis, Vocals - Matt Wallace, Additional Engineer - Nick Raskulinecz, Producer - Korn, Writer, MainArtist - James "Munky" Shaffer, Guitar - Ray Luzier, Drums - Josh Wilbur, Mixer - Ted Jenson, Masterer - Nathan Yarborough, Engineer - Nathan Davis, Programming - Brian "Head" Welch, Guitar - David "Beno" Benveniste, Executive Producer - Chris Collier, Additional Engineer - Jules Venturini, Additional Programming - Reggie "Fieldy" Arvizu, Bass - Jim Monte, Additional Engineer - Tiago Nunez, Programming

2019 The Korn Partnership under exclusive license to Elektra Records, a Warner Music Group Company [Roadrunner Records] 2019 The Korn Partnership under exclusive license to Elektra Records, a Warner Music Group Company [Roadrunner Records]

8
Can You Hear Me 00:02:52

Jonathan Davis, Vocals - Matt Wallace, Additional Engineer - Nick Raskulinecz, Producer - Korn, Writer, MainArtist - James "Munky" Shaffer, Guitar - Ray Luzier, Drums - Josh Wilbur, Mixer - Ted Jenson, Masterer - Nathan Yarborough, Engineer - Nathan Davis, Programming - Brian "Head" Welch, Guitar - David "Beno" Benveniste, Executive Producer - Chris Collier, Additional Engineer - Jules Venturini, Additional Programming - Reggie "Fieldy" Arvizu, Bass - Jim Monte, Additional Engineer - Tiago Nunez, Programming

2019 The Korn Partnership under exclusive license to Elektra Records, a Warner Music Group Company [Roadrunner Records] 2019 The Korn Partnership under exclusive license to Elektra Records, a Warner Music Group Company [Roadrunner Records]

9
The Ringmaster 00:03:00

Jonathan Davis, Vocals - Matt Wallace, Additional Engineer - Nick Raskulinecz, Producer - Korn, Writer, MainArtist - James "Munky" Shaffer, Guitar - Ray Luzier, Drums - Josh Wilbur, Mixer - Ted Jenson, Masterer - Nathan Yarborough, Engineer - Nathan Davis, Programming - Brian "Head" Welch, Guitar - David "Beno" Benveniste, Executive Producer - Chris Collier, Additional Engineer - Jules Venturini, Additional Programming - Reggie "Fieldy" Arvizu, Bass - Jim Monte, Additional Engineer - Tiago Nunez, Programming

2019 The Korn Partnership under exclusive license to Elektra Records, a Warner Music Group Company [Roadrunner Records] 2019 The Korn Partnership under exclusive license to Elektra Records, a Warner Music Group Company [Roadrunner Records]

10
Gravity of Discomfort 00:03:34

Jonathan Davis, Vocals - Lauren Christy, Writer - Matt Wallace, Additional Engineer - Nick Raskulinecz, Producer, Writer - Korn, Writer, MainArtist - James "Munky" Shaffer, Guitar - Ray Luzier, Drums - Josh Wilbur, Mixer - Ted Jenson, Masterer - Nathan Yarborough, Engineer - Nathan Davis, Programming - Brian "Head" Welch, Guitar - David "Beno" Benveniste, Executive Producer - Chris Collier, Additional Engineer - Jules Venturini, Additional Programming - Reggie "Fieldy" Arvizu, Bass - Jim Monte, Additional Engineer - Tiago Nunez, Programming

2019 The Korn Partnership under exclusive license to Elektra Records, a Warner Music Group Company [Roadrunner Records] 2019 The Korn Partnership under exclusive license to Elektra Records, a Warner Music Group Company [Roadrunner Records]

11
H@rd3r 00:04:47

Jonathan Davis, Vocals - Lauren Christy, Writer - Matt Wallace, Additional Engineer - Nick Raskulinecz, Producer, Writer - Korn, Writer, MainArtist - James "Munky" Shaffer, Guitar - Ray Luzier, Drums - Josh Wilbur, Mixer - Ted Jenson, Masterer - Nathan Yarborough, Engineer - Nathan Davis, Programming - Brian "Head" Welch, Guitar - David "Beno" Benveniste, Executive Producer - Chris Collier, Additional Engineer - Jules Venturini, Additional Programming - Reggie "Fieldy" Arvizu, Bass - Jim Monte, Additional Engineer - Tiago Nunez, Programming

2019 The Korn Partnership under exclusive license to Elektra Records, a Warner Music Group Company [Roadrunner Records] 2019 The Korn Partnership under exclusive license to Elektra Records, a Warner Music Group Company [Roadrunner Records]

12
This Loss 00:04:41

Jonathan Davis, Vocals - Matt Wallace, Additional Engineer - Nick Raskulinecz, Producer, Writer - JOHN FELDMANN, Writer - Korn, Writer, MainArtist - James "Munky" Shaffer, Guitar - Ray Luzier, Drums - Josh Wilbur, Mixer - Ted Jenson, Masterer - Nathan Yarborough, Engineer - Nathan Davis, Programming - Brian "Head" Welch, Guitar - David "Beno" Benveniste, Executive Producer - Chris Collier, Additional Engineer - Jules Venturini, Additional Programming - Reggie "Fieldy" Arvizu, Bass - Jim Monte, Additional Engineer - Tiago Nunez, Programming

2019 The Korn Partnership under exclusive license to Elektra Records, a Warner Music Group Company [Roadrunner Records] 2019 The Korn Partnership under exclusive license to Elektra Records, a Warner Music Group Company [Roadrunner Records]

13
Surrender to Failure 00:02:21

Jonathan Davis, Vocals, Writer - Matt Wallace, Additional Engineer - Nick Raskulinecz, Producer - Korn, MainArtist - James "Munky" Shaffer, Guitar - Ray Luzier, Drums - Josh Wilbur, Mixer - Ted Jenson, Masterer - Nathan Yarborough, Engineer - Nathan Davis, Programming - Brian "Head" Welch, Guitar - David "Beno" Benveniste, Executive Producer - Chris Collier, Additional Engineer - Jules Venturini, Additional Programming - Reggie "Fieldy" Arvizu, Bass - Jim Monte, Additional Engineer - Tiago Nunez, Programming

2019 The Korn Partnership under exclusive license to Elektra Records, a Warner Music Group Company [Roadrunner Records] 2019 The Korn Partnership under exclusive license to Elektra Records, a Warner Music Group Company [Roadrunner Records]

Album Description

With 25 years of experience and 12 albums under their belt since the release of the eponymous Korn in 1994, what can we expect from the famous band from Bakersfield in 2019? Rightly considered as pioneers of neo-Metal, Korn has experienced many ups and downs. Following a decade at the top of the charts, when their iconic guitarist Brian “Head” Welch left the group it became more experimental, dabbling in pop and dubstep (like The Path of Totality) which left many fans feeling a little bewildered. But Head’s return in 2013 undoubtedly gave the band a new lease of life as they returned to their more conventional style of music. And if the two albums that followed were a sign that they had returned to their high standards, The Nothing goes one step further. From the very first note of the bagpipes in The End Begins, it’s clear that Korn is well and truly back in the game. The album is dedicated to tradition as all the group’s characteristics can be heard throughout the album, (the scat in Cold that is reminiscent of Twist, the sound of the guitar in The Darkness is Revealing, the chorus of “disco” drums in Idiosyncrasy and so on). But The Nothing itself is not immune from trying new things and includes the track Finally Free which has hints of trip-hop as well as the particularly manic H@rd3r, which is a something a bit different altogether. And even if the band hasn’t reinvented itself in this particular album, their knack for riffs and catchy choruses, the manic performances by Jonathan Davis (and the very talented Ray Luzier on drums), combined with a solid production team and just the right amount of experimentation makes The Nothing the go-to album for this ‘third-generation’ Korn. There’s no doubt about it, Korn is still on top form! © Théo Roumier/Qobuz

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