14 Songs, 1 Hour 4 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Korn's fifth album opens with "Here to Stay," a hulking, Godzilla-worthy stomp with a rampaging low end announcing that even after almost 10 years together as a band, they’ve only just gotten started. Twitching electro-industrial textures permeate "Wake Up Hate," while "Hollow Life" wears a macabre, Broadway-caliber moodiness, and “One More Time” has an almost gothic New Wave vibe with its swerving synthesizers, presenting a whole new set of sonic tools for Korn to shred into pieces.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Korn's fifth album opens with "Here to Stay," a hulking, Godzilla-worthy stomp with a rampaging low end announcing that even after almost 10 years together as a band, they’ve only just gotten started. Twitching electro-industrial textures permeate "Wake Up Hate," while "Hollow Life" wears a macabre, Broadway-caliber moodiness, and “One More Time” has an almost gothic New Wave vibe with its swerving synthesizers, presenting a whole new set of sonic tools for Korn to shred into pieces.

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