Quantcast
The band Korn in 2019
The News

Watch Korn Perform Four New Songs At Album Release Show

Korn performed Can You Hear Me, Finally Free and more at a special show in LA

To celebrate the release of their new album The Nothing, Korn played a special show at ShowBiz Studios in Los Angeles, California to a bunch of lucky fans. Throughout the nine song set, which included old faves Clown and Falling Away From Me, Korn also dropped in four tracks from the new album – including three live debuts for Can You Hear Me, Cold and Finally Free.

The band were also joined by a performance artist hanging above the stage, tangled amongst black wires to imitate The Nothing’s album sleeve.

Speaking previously to Kerrang! about two of the new songs played, frontman Jonathan Davis says Cold is “like I’m channelling some dark thing inside of me,” adding “I love how heavy it is and then it gets all fuckin’ happy.”

READ THIS: 11 bands who single-handedly launched genres

Can You Hear Me was originally one of JD’s solo songs, but producer Nick Raskulinecz loved it. “The band went back and did it, and I really liked how that came out,” says Jonathan. “That’s one of the songs with 20-something vocals on it, there’s so many harmonies it’s like Abba or some shit. I love it.”

Watch the four new songs performed live in Los Angeles below.

Posted on September 16th 2019, 5:08pm
Read More
FIT FOR AN AUTOPSY - Recording The Sea of Tragic Beasts with Will Putney
Go behind the scenes with Fit For An Autopsy as they track songs for their upcoming album, The Sea of Tragic Beasts.
ENTER SHIKARI Live At Saint Vitus Bar
ENTER SHIKARI burn up Saint Vitus Bar in Brooklyn, New York, on their most recent Stop the Clocks U.S. tour.
This Korn x The Lion King Mashup Is Weirdly Haunting And Uplifting At The Same Time

Korn’s Freak On A Leash mashed with The Circle Of Life from The Lion King is oddly quite good

A Deep Dive Into Incubus' Pardon Me Video

We examine Incubus’ video for their turn-of-the-millennium smash Pardon Me