Korn Seeks Lost Momentum With Its Snarling Sixth LP

After the somewhat disappointing sales of last year’s ‘Untouchables’, is looking to reestablish itself as one of the biggest bands in rock. “I always hoped, but there’s no way to imagine what it would be like,” drummer David Silveria tells Geoff Harkness of the Cleveland Scene, remembering Korn’s gradual rise to fame in the mid-’90s. “We saw other bands that were big and thought it would be cool. We tried and tried, and it just kind of happened.” Read more.

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