Korn Tell The Story of Their 1994 Debut On Our New Podcast, Inside Track
Earlier this week, we announced the launch of Inside Track, our new podcast in which rock’s biggest names tell the true stories about their monumental roles in the history of music.
Today, we’re happy to premiere our first episode, in which Korn celebrate the 25th anniversary of their monumental self-titled debut album by telling the story of how they created it. We speak with Jonathan Davis, Brian “Head” Welch, and producer Ross Robinson about the making of this heavy metal classic, revealing never-before heard details about its recording.
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Every two weeks, you’ll hear rock’s biggest names tell the mind-blowing stories behind the greatest albums and bands of all time in a new episode of Inside Track. Spanning from heavy metal to pop-punk, the podcast will reveal what really happened while some of history’s most important musical movements and game-changing records were coming into the world. Not only will we feature first-hand accounts by rock’s most talented musicians, but we’ll also let the producers, festival organizers, friends, and other figures behind the scenes give you the inside scoop you’ve never heard before.
For a taste of what’s in store, listen to the trailer here:
Like everything we do at Kerrang!, the mission of Inside Track is all about giving rock fans unique experience involving their favorite musicians. Whether they get to pick a rock star’s brain in our In Conversation series or getting almost too familiar with them at our K! Pit gigs, we want rock fans to feel that breathless excitement that comes with experiencing the greatest (and loudest) music in the world.
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