As we mentioned yesterday, KOí¿N’s new album, ‘The Path Of Totality’, is out NOW and in case you’ve missed some of the reviews, we thought we’d collect a few of our favourites for you below.
We always enjoy listening to Dom Lawson talk about tunes – he speaks the truth. And in the below Iron Sandwich feature covering the album, he says: ‘The best songs they have written in a long time…it’s a true collaboration – the styles are blended seamlessly…the Korn album is fucking awesome!’. Check out the video below:
ARTISTdirect also interviewed Jonathan about the album. They spoke about the writing process and how it differed to previous albums, how the band adjusted to the changes and much more. Check it out below:
Does The Path of Totality harness a similar creative vibe to Follow the Leader?
That is the spirit. When we did Follow the Leader and “Got the Life”, we were all scared shitless of what our fans were going to think. When we get that feeling, we know we’re doing what we’re supposed to do. That’s the model of our band. The Path of Totality was the most fun I’ve ever had making a record. It came together really quickly, and our best records have always done that. Don’t over-think shit. I didn’t think about this record I just did it. It’s really weird.
Were all of the dubstep artists able to adapt to the Korn sound easily?
They respect us for what we did. I explained to them Korn has always been about bass music. We play seven-string guitars, and Fieldy’s bass rattles everything. It’s always been this way. It’s a new approach to an old formula.