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Bakersfield CA, United States (1992 – present)

Korn (stylized as KoЯn) is an American band from Bakersfield, California, formed in 1992. The current band line up includes five members: Jonathan Davis, James Shaffer, Reginald Arvizu, Brian Welch and Ray Luzier. The band was formed as an expansion of L.A.P.D. They have collaborated with musicians such as Chino Moreno from Deftones, Fred Durst from band Limp Bizkit, Ice Cube, Tre Hardson from The Pharcyde, Skrillex and Nas.

The band released their first demo album, Neidermeyer’s mind, in 1993. Their debut album, Korn was released in 1994, where they featured the same musicians that had performed on Neidermeyer’s Mind. The band began recording Life Is Peachy in April 1996, and released it on October 15, 1996. Follow the Leader is recognized as Korn’s mainstream breakthrough, peaking at number one on the Billboard 200 in 1998, along with the following album, Issues in 1999. The band released Untouchables on June 11, 2002, and later released Take a Look in the Mirror on November 21, 2003, both peaking in the top ten of the Billboard 200. Their first compilation album, Greatest Hits Vol 1, peaked at number four on the Billboard 200. See You on the Other Side was released on December 6, 2005, and Korn’s Untitled album was released nearly two years later on July 31, 2007. Korn III: Remember Who You Are, the band’s ninth studio album, was released July 13, 2010 via Roadrunner Records. In 2011, they released an album called The Path of Totality and with the album, they added sounds and instruments of with their sound.


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  • Jonjonjohny

    I don't miss the old Korn [6] New album was a ridiculous hawk back to their older stuff. I thought they were going to keep experimenting after "Path of Totality". Thought they learned fro the "Untitled" and "Korn III" that no one wants the same album for 20 years.

    30 Mar 9:07pm Reply
  • tfaaon Jonathan Davis ranks Korn's albums right here !

    30 Mar 4:45pm Reply
  • Crabstickseater

    The band died for me after 2005. Last albums with dubstep shit are total crap.

    30 Mar 10:36am Reply
  • Manic-Insanity

    I only got 2 albums by them, their '94 debut and '96's Life is Peachy. I don't like their other stuff to be honest.

    29 Mar 11:47pm Reply
  • handcuter

    I don't miss the old Korn [5]

    26 Mar 5:10pm Reply
  • NucoreTube

    Bands similar to Korn =>

    20 Mar 10:03pm Reply
  • CriticalSwitch

    Jumpdafuckup is a great song. I like it more than anything by Korn (except maybe some songs from their debut).

    16 Mar 4:22pm Reply
  • Trash73

    "minimum jumpdafuckup bullshit." Oh c'mon Korn were never Soulfly. There was never groove for the sake of groove. There was always a release of tension and a change of pace/tone when the groovy "jumpdafuckup" riff comes.

    15 Mar 6:52pm Reply
  • CriticalSwitch

    first album only

    15 Mar 1:40pm Reply
  • linkinaf

    I don't miss the old Korn [4]

    14 Mar 7:35am Reply
  • KrossPoison

    Love old Korn but the new stuff is still good. You can't expect them to stay the same all the time. They've evolved nicely. 1994 - 2006 is their best years to me though. From the self titled to SYOTOS are just fucking amazing.

    9 Mar 11:20pm Reply
  • Epsilon_X2008

    These guys are really hit and miss for me. I love some of their songs, like Falling Away From Me, but I can't stand some others.

    8 Mar 2:45am Reply
  • Komuri

    I'm surprised Hater is the most popular song from The Paradigm Shift

    6 Mar 10:47pm Reply
  • kalovorot

    Группа Каловорот лучше чем хуйорн

    6 Mar 2:34am Reply
  • Jureiko

    Untouchables. underrated as fuck and their best album in my opinion. Emotional, melodic, matured songwriting, minimum jumpdafuckup bullshit. Also it sounds so heavy, fat bass and guitars downtuned to hell - that you can appreciate only with a good sub handy. Imho it's the peak of korn from which there was only the decline to shit which is present day korn. Issues is also up there but I like Untouchables more cause it has less filler and flows better

    2 Mar 12:12pm Reply
  • KillerCLbee

    "most of their songs sound the same ... And I am not talking about the lyrics." Someone hasn't been listening to korn then!

    28 Feb 1:14pm Reply
  • KozMix120

    I love old KoRn, I love new KoRn. [3] <3

    27 Feb 10:13pm Reply
  • rusverm

    В критике рок-песен группу очень любит админ

    24 Feb 6:54pm Reply
  • born-in-hell

    Each album of them had something special, no matter what time. I love KoЯn lyrics!

    21 Feb 2:19am Reply
  • sulfric

    most of their songs sound the same ... And I am not talking about the lyrics.

    18 Feb 9:41am Reply
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