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KORN Might Have New Music for You This Summer

The band are allegedly heading back into the studio.

The band are allegedly heading back into the studio.

Korn have a busy summer ahead of themselves on the Mayhem Festival and it looks like they won't be arriving empty handed.

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ThePRP caught wind of a report from Hard Drive Radio that stated that Korn is getting ready to hit the studio with Don Gilmore, the producer of their most recent release, The Paradigm Shift.

Hard Rock Radio got the info from frontman Jonathan Davis himself during the interview. The band will be celebrating their 20th anniversary this summer, so could they be planning an EP or perhaps a re-release of their album with a few extra tracks? Makes sense to me.

Here's the full writeup:

“I had Jonathan Davis of Korn on the hotLine yesterday from his Bakersfield home and today I will check in with Head and Munky tomorrow. The band is getting together soon to start recording a couple of new songs (hmmm, must be getting ready for the 20th anniversary?) with producer Don Gilmore. And the band will also be rehearsing for their shows coming up in order to get some more new songs under their belts off The Paradigm Shift.

No word on what the next single might be at this point. Jonathan also told me he was proud the way the score turned out on the film he did called After The Dark. It’s probably available to rent or purchase it this point. Gotta check it out. JD did say he was pitching some other films too, and working on new Killbot music, which he’s describing as “digital metal.” He said he can’t wait to unleash it! Nice!…”

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