Korn Teases new song

2013-08-15 by VacantTool | 23 Comments
Korn released a teaser of their upcoming single, entitled 'Love And Meth' onto YouTube. The song will serve as the second single to their upcoming 11th studio album, The Paradigm Shift.

The Paradigm Shift will hit stores October 8th. Listen to the preview here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SqsXaF1DjuQ

Tagged: Korn

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ShadowRemains
August 15th 2013
23796 Comments


this is like being teased by that one really ugly stripper at the night club

just no

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
August 15th 2013
29566 Comments


or

just YES!!! #drunk

VacantTool
August 15th 2013
142 Comments


"Never Never" woulda been that ugly stripper with STDs. (Though I like NN)

This "Love & Meth" stripper is pretty cute though.

VacantTool
August 15th 2013
142 Comments


They changed the link, works now :D

DatsNotDaMetulz
August 15th 2013
2854 Comments


I liked Never Never but it sounds like they're releasing a heavy song now which is good news.

StallionMang
August 15th 2013
7479 Comments


"Love And Meth". How fucking shallow can you get.

DatsNotDaMetulz
August 15th 2013
2854 Comments


Also sounds similar to Love and Death's material, can tell Head had a lot of influence in this track. Now I'm interested to see if he sings on this one.

thespaceforthis
August 15th 2013
518 Comments


dis is not da methulz

damn now I really want to get teased by a stripper

BassDemon333
August 15th 2013
3434 Comments


Sounds like this has the thick grooving riffs similar to Love and Death's debut, I hope more of the album is like this

bloc
August 15th 2013
37734 Comments


That clip didn't sound bad

Digging: Fluke - Puppy

Sapient.
August 15th 2013
1109 Comments


now that's better

VacantTool
August 15th 2013
142 Comments


I knew people would enjoy this. Even the ones who can't stand Korn should think this sounds okay. I just wished the link wasn't F'd up for the first 400 views #fail

MegaJake1024
August 15th 2013
827 Comments


interested to hear this one despite how shitty never, never was.

mryrtmrnfoxxxy
August 15th 2013
14645 Comments


who could not be excited bout this

Tyrael
August 15th 2013
21005 Comments


Huge improvement over 'Never Never', for sure

skoopy48
August 15th 2013
1844 Comments


Head should sing some on this album.

DrGonzo1937
August 15th 2013
11730 Comments


Sounds good.

BillTheButcher
August 15th 2013
289 Comments


i think love and meth is a clever song title. especially given the band members' history of abuse.

porcupinetheater
August 15th 2013
1409 Comments


Hasa diga eebowai

Minus.
August 16th 2013
2694 Comments


"Faux metal"

how long did it take you come up with that?

TheDerpFapTable
August 16th 2013
31 Comments


Long live false metal, is time to headbang and mosh with the kings of false metal. But path of total
crap is ghey

BigBlob
August 16th 2013
2098 Comments


Will be a 4.5 album

digs795
August 21st 2013
51 Comments


so much better than never never wow



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