Think back if you will to the late great 1999. That was the year we were supposed to party like we were out of time. The states were in the throes of the Y2K scare. It was the year Nelson Mandela stepped down as president of South Africa and Kosovo went to war. It was also the year that Korn released Issues (Immortal/Epic Records). The first single, ‘Falling Away From Me’ was actually given away for free to the fans. Love them or hate them, it was a novel idea at the time and ended up raising over a quarter-million dollars for charity. Continue reading
Twenty-five years ago Korn released their debut self-titled album and changed the face of music. Yeah we know you think anything “Nu’ and metal bites. You can see yourself out right now. Whether you like all things Adidas tracksuits and Hip-Hop beats with downtuned riffs or not, what Korn put down on that first album changed heavy music for the better. All heavy music.
Reginald “Fieldy” Arvizu, internationally known as the bassist and co-founder of Korn will release his long-awaited jazz fusion album titled Bassically this November 17. The album will have 17 tracks and be a departure from rap-metal some of his other projects outside of Korn have featured. Continue reading
Korn revealed last week that, due to unforeseen circumstances, Fieldy would not be playing on their 2017 South American tour. Instead of cancelling the run, the band asked Tye Trujillo, the 12 year old son of Metallica‘s Robert Trujillo, to play bass for them, and it looks like they made the right choice. Last night Korn kicked off the tour in Colombia, and as you’ll see in the fan footage below, Tye absolutely killed it! Continue reading
Korn revealed over the weekend that, due to unforeseen circumstances, Fieldy will not be playing on their upcoming South American tour. Don’t worry though, because they have a special guest coming in to take his spot. Continue reading
“Seek the antithesis: in any art form we engage with, there is need for inventive thinking that goes against uninspired standards. We grew up on music that bred fun and passion, perhaps that notion has been lost along the way”. Continue reading