New Korn Song

2013-09-06 by Sapient. | 54 Comments
A new song from Korn, entitled 'Love & Meth', has leaked online. The track comes off of the band's upcoming LP. The Paradigm Shift, which is set to be released on October 8th, 2013. The album sees the return of founding guitarist Brian "Head" Welch, who originally left the band in 2005.

You can listen to the song here: www.kornrow.com/love-and-meth-released

Tagged: Korn

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BigPleb
September 6th 2013
51637 Comments


They've definitely done worse.

TheGreatQ
September 6th 2013
2547 Comments


Not bad. Nothing special either but it could definitely be worse. But the distortion on his harsh vocals is annoying.

Cipieron
September 6th 2013
3508 Comments


ugh, this band should have died with the 90s

TheGreatQ
September 6th 2013
2547 Comments


The 90s will never die as long as there are 90s kids to remember them

Spag
September 6th 2013
2458 Comments


Well at least it's better than Never Never.

Millstone
September 6th 2013
366 Comments


inb4 breaking bad references

breakingthefragile
September 6th 2013
3104 Comments


"inb4 breaking bad references"

Aaron Paul starred in that music video for Thoughtless.

CONNECTIONS

Spag
September 6th 2013
2458 Comments


^ Yeah lol

Sapient.
September 6th 2013
1109 Comments


the song has issues, mainly cause of the copy/paste feel of it. however, still is leagues better than the stuff off of the last two records

bloc
September 6th 2013
45323 Comments


Not bad actually. Not bad at all.

Digging: Flotsam and Jetsam - Doomsday for the Deceiver

Sapient.
September 6th 2013
1109 Comments


the chorus and the main riff are my favorite parts, reminded me of a modern version of Follow the Leader

TheGreatQ
September 6th 2013
2547 Comments


They definitely do have that feel to them.

JazzHands333
September 6th 2013
314 Comments


I actually dig this. I have good feelings about this album, might be up there with self-titled and Follow the Leader

It could also be down there with Path of Totality and Untitled but shut the hell up, a boy can dream

Sapient.
September 6th 2013
1109 Comments


"It could also be down there with Path of Totality and Untitled but shut the hell up, a boy can dream"

Shoot me for saying this, but I actually quite liked the Untitled record. actually felt like an honest attempt at branching their sound out, even if it wasn't as heavy as their early records

loneNLwolf
September 6th 2013
153 Comments


Way better than "Never Never", but still not that great. Hoping it grows on me.

CutMan
September 6th 2013
1918 Comments


Love it. Especially that chorus. Bridge is pretty good, too.

Yeah, it'll definitely be a better album than the last one.

tresm87
September 6th 2013
3813 Comments


better than never never. boring guitars but davis chorus is nice.

Andrewffcc
September 6th 2013
171 Comments


Transition into chorus is awkward

elephantREVOLUTION
September 6th 2013
2948 Comments


kornrow.com lololol

moshpotatoes
September 6th 2013
712 Comments


OMG! http://korn.fr/

chug73
September 7th 2013
3167 Comments


By korn standards that was actually not bad.

BassDemon333
September 7th 2013
3434 Comments


YES. THIS is the shit I expect with Head back in the band again, not that "Never Never" shit.

moshpotatoes
September 7th 2013
712 Comments


Song rules hard. Can't wait for the album.

Duckman118
September 7th 2013
379 Comments


Gives me some nice nostalgia. Reminds me of their older work that I grew up with. Not a bad song at all, but can't see myself listening to this more than a couple times.

henryChinaski
September 7th 2013
3895 Comments


Chorus is actually decent.

Digging: Blood Cultures - Happy Birthday

BassDemon333
September 7th 2013
3434 Comments


Those guitar tones rule, they sound like the ones on Head's Love And Death album. I was hoping he would carry that over into Korn.

dante1991
September 7th 2013
645 Comments


It's a leak? So sputnik is allowed to post leaks to the news feed now?

TheSkilledMachinist9
September 7th 2013
99 Comments


quite an improvement

Green Baron
September 7th 2013
24133 Comments


better than never never, but still shit

DrGonzo1937
Contributing Reviewer
September 7th 2013
13703 Comments


I like it.

Minus.
September 7th 2013
2703 Comments


Song isnt even that bad, but sputnik will automatically hate it.

MegaJake1024
September 7th 2013
827 Comments


great chorus. good bridge. decent guitar. shitty verses.

jmh886
September 7th 2013
1869 Comments


That wasn't very good.

DatsNotDaMetulz
September 7th 2013
3400 Comments


If more of the album is like this it could be a 3.5-4 for me. Just less of the Never Never stuff. I didn't mind it up don't want another full album of it.

zaruyache
September 7th 2013
18096 Comments


I really dislike songs that live and die only by their choruses. :/ That said, this song wasn't terrible.

Dunpeal
September 7th 2013
4167 Comments




That wasn't good.

apert
September 7th 2013
3236 Comments


do people even care about this band anymore

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
September 7th 2013
30828 Comments


it was pretty great

Mabbitt
September 7th 2013
1587 Comments


Pretty decent.

Faraudo
September 7th 2013
1811 Comments


This song's actually not bad, and the drumming is pretty tight.

Digging: The Dear Hunter - All Is As All Should Be

NapalmCrusader
September 7th 2013
1738 Comments


Compared to their recent efforts this is solid, maybe their newste album will be a 3

ReAnimator
September 7th 2013
356 Comments


Definitely not a bad song. I dug it

Texture
September 7th 2013
44 Comments


That was unexpected. Good, but unexpected.

Seems like they're still using pro-tools. Something about seemed copy and paste.

Eclecticist
September 7th 2013
3863 Comments


So, the intro was weak, the main riff was boring, the transition into the chorus was awkward and the chorus sounded like the chorus of basically every radio-inspired alternative/pop metal song. How is this a great song exactly? It doesn't get better after the chorus.

Tyrael
September 7th 2013
21083 Comments


its good

which is more than I would have expected after hearing never never

Digging: Summoning - With Doom We Come

brettpalmer
September 8th 2013
1 Comments


not bad...happy 2 see head's return.maybe I'll give a 3.5,for the nostalgia

KevinKC
September 8th 2013
707 Comments


Wahou, that riff ! They definitely could not have written this without "Head"

Minus.
September 8th 2013
2703 Comments


"do people even care about this band anymore"


How about you go to one of their sold out shows at a music arena and ask yourself that?

thespaceforthis
September 8th 2013
518 Comments


The song is pretty decent. I like the chorus a lot

"The 90s will never die as long as there are 90s kids to remember them"




MO
September 8th 2013
22049 Comments


pretty meh really

thespaceforthis
September 8th 2013
518 Comments


If all the other songs except never never are as good as this chorus, this could be a really good album.

thespaceforthis
September 8th 2013
518 Comments


anybody noticed that cadenze in the guitar repeating the same note ala the theme from the Rocky soundtrack? I like that

JBull
September 8th 2013
7 Comments


Meh, just sounds like another Korn song. Nothing special

Scomadi
September 14th 2013
61 Comments


The vocalist is so bad.



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