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Love And Death are doing everything they can’t do in Korn and Breaking Benjamin
Love And Death are doing everything they can’t do in Korn and Breaking Benjamin
It’s been nearly eight years since Love And Death’s last album, Between Here And Lost, but the project’s return couldn’t have come at a better time. With scheduling difficulties being cleared due to the pandemic, Korn guitarist Brian “Head” Welch, longtime collaborator and Breaking Benjamin guitarist Jasen Rauch, J.R. Bareis and Isaiah Perez have fin...
Stillwell (Korn, P.O.D.) find joy in great sadness on “Could’ve Sworn”
Stillwell (Korn, P.O.D.) find joy in great sadness on “Could’ve Sworn”
After two albums exploring their roots, Fieldy from Korn’s side project Stillwell have finally found their comfort zone. Throughout their 14 years together, the band formed by a trio of creative minds, including P.O.D. drummer Wuv and rapper Q-Unique, have tried out their nü-metal chops, investigated their flair for rap and never quite settled for either. That is u...
Jonathan Davis opens up about drug use during Korn’s early years
Jonathan Davis opens up about drug use during Korn’s early years
Korn's Jonathan Davis recently sat down for an episode of Steve-O's Wide Ride! podcast. During the interview, Davis details his past meth use during Korn's early years and reveals why 2019's The Nothing was so hard for him to make. Read more: A Dumbledore show starring Jude Law could be heading to HBO Max Last year, Korn debuted their 13th full-length album The Nothing...
These 10 bands’ performances defined the legacy of ‘MTV Unplugged’
These 10 bands’ performances defined the legacy of ‘MTV Unplugged’
When the first episode of MTV Unplugged was broadcast, nobody knew how it was going to be received. Let's face it, Americans like their rock 'n' roll served with all the decibels possible. But with a run that started in 1989 and continued in different installments for 30 years, "unplugged" became part of the music business nomenclature...
10 trap-metal releases that push the genre into new extremes
10 trap-metal releases that push the genre into new extremes
To the dismay of gatekeepers, trap metal continues to evolve far beyond screaming over a trap beat. In honor of that, here are some of the recent gems in the most brutal kind of trap that hint toward the future of metal. Read more: These 10 metal songs will seriously intensify your next yoga session $uicideboy$, Travis Barker – LIVE FAST DIE WHENEVER History was made in trap metal when $uicideboy$

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