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The Nothing, is Korn’s thirteenth studio album on Roadrunner Records / Elektra. and has already seen the release of singles You’ll Never Find Me and Cold. KORN vocalist Jonathan Davis elaborated on the forthcoming LP: “Deep, within our Earth lives an extraordinary force. Very few are aware of the magnitude and significance of this place where good/evil, dark/light, bliss/torment, loss/gain and hope/despair all exist as one- pulling at us every moment of our lives. It’s not something we can choose to navigate, but rather an awareness of this ‘presence’ that surrounds us with every breath, as if we are being watched at every moment. It’s the place where black and white energies attach themselves to our souls, and shape our emotion, choices, perspective and ultimately our very existence. There is a miraculous and small realm within this vortex and it’s the only place where balance between these dynamic and polarizing forces exists -where the soul finds its refuge. Welcome to…..THE NOTHING.”

Track Listings

Disc: 1

1 The End Begins
2 Cold
3 You''ll Never Find Me
4 The Darkness is Revealing
5 Idiosyncrasy
6 The Seduction of Indulgence
7 Finally Free

Disc: 2

1 Can You Hear Me
2 The Ringmaster
3 Gravity of Discomfort
4 H@rd3r
5 This Loss
6 Surrender to Failure

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The Listener
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Does The Nothing continue Korns career Renaissance? No wordy answers, absolutely!
Reviewed in the United States on September 14, 2019
Korn''s The Nothing dropped, releasing a thundering and rumbling aftershock. Does their 13th album continue the revival that started quietly with Paradigm Shift? ********Review starts on Paragraph Five********* Listen, I''ve been a Korn fan since Follow... See more
Korn''s The Nothing dropped, releasing a thundering and rumbling aftershock. Does their 13th album continue the revival that started quietly with Paradigm Shift?

********Review starts on Paragraph Five*********

Listen, I''ve been a Korn fan since Follow the Leader. The first song I ever heard from them was A.D.I.D.A.S. I was a young kid when they stormed the music scene and their dark, angry and incredibly heavy sound was perfect for my early to late teens years. I wouldn''t say I was your typical angsty teen, but I was pretty angry and didn''t have a taste for the more popular preppy crowd. They remained my favorite band for a long time, but eventually my music tastes began to shift towards a bit more melody driven sound.

Korn released their first album in 1994 and absolutely dominated the heavy music scene easily for a decade. Untouchables(while in retrospect is actually a great album) was a bit of a misstep, but they came back a year later with arguably my favorite album, Take a Look in the Mirror(2003). Korn had already gone through an evolution in sound by Issues, but had returned to a raw and heavy sound with Take a Look in the Mirror. Unfortunately the band began to suffer the effects of long term fame and money. Brian(Head) had enough of the dark and Meth filled life and became a born again Christian, leaving Korn behind.

One more album late, See You On The Other Side, things shifted further, including a drastic change in style and David(drummer) going on a hiatus. At this time I had began waning from Korn myself. I enjoyed the album, but there was definitely something missing. The music industry was changing and everyone was trying to survive the collapse of album sales. Untitled hit in 2007 and while the album was okay, it rang a bit hollow. They had used several session drummers and the sound was noticeably less heavy.

By the time Ray had joined, I didn''t even bother buying Korn III(though I went back and grabbed it later because it was a good album), which was a return to the Self titled and Life is Peachy sound. The Path of Totality is what grabbed my attention back to Korn. Yes, I enjoyed that album a lot. Then the totally unexpected return of Brian Head Welch happened and I was blown away, it was legendary moment. Then with The Paradigm Shift hit, it was the first album in 10 years to feature both Munky and Head manning guitars together. It suddenly become clear what was missing from the band for all that time. Munky and Head are guitar brothers and both together are better than alone(though I applaud Munky for all those years being the solo guitarist).

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The Serenity of Suffering was Korns best album in my opinion(read my review) since Take a Look in the Mirror, so how does The Nothing stack up to their Renaissance? No wordy answers, it absolutely delivers! In fact, it picks up spiritually right where The Serenity of Suffering left off. Focus on heavy riffs between Munky, Head and Fieldy, highlighted by the intricate and fantastic drum beats of Ray. Jonathan sounds absolutely great on here as well, the lyrics delving even further into the darker side of psyche.

I compared The Serenity of Suffering to Korn finally reaching a perfect balance between Untouchables and Issues, fantastically heavy, yet polished and sleek sounding. With The Nothing, I would say that the flavor has absorbed more of that Follow the Leader and Life is Peachy, mixed with Issues. There is still an undeniable sleekness to the production, but the guitars certainly deliver that signature sound, often drifting to the thin high note strumming. The leads are great on here as well, keeping each song interesting. What can I say Munky and Head have done it again, a myriad of harsh, heavy and melodic leads, there is no sounds like these two together.

The rhythm section is also fantastic this album. Fieldy is often playing funky parts separate from the guitars, but when the guitars break into lead movements, he unquestionably supports the heavy riffing. There is plenty of the clack and slap, while also delivering clean finger work when needed. He is instrumental in elevating Korn''s heaviness.

Ray, what can I say, he''s a late comer to the band, but he absolutely fits in. While his drums aren''t hip hop inspired, he makes up for it with energetic, yet intricate performances. His cymbal work is absolutely unique. He and Fieldy play off each other very well.

The music is absolutely fantastic on this album, but The Nothing is an ode to Jonathan''s pain. In the opening track, you hear his sorrowful shouts behind the iconic bagpipes, he ever breaks down at the end into cries of pain. While all the members of Korn are instrumental in building the one of a kind sound, Jonathan cements it, as most great frontmen should. Jonathan manages to deliver some of the deepest and most pain filled performances of his career. That is saying something for a man who''s signature is pain and emotion. The lyrics, while not as explicitly(cursing) expressed, are dark and deep, filled with despair. Honed over two decades of experience, his lyrics invade the darkest parts of your mind.

This may be the most painfully beautiful album they have made. Jonathan clearly suffered, with his lyrics and concepts maturing beyond that of just youthful pain. He''s a man who has lived life and felt real pain. The band, Head, Munky, Fiedly and Ray PERFECTLY compliment that with their music. The Nothing is an absolute triumph of artistic expression. Jonathan leads the charge with his concept, often emotionally breaking down during the songs, the lyrics unimaginably deep. The instruments capture that and amplify and embody the pain, sorrow and rage.

Korn is 25 years in and still, they dominate what they do. If you are in a dark place and need an outlet, Korn is the conduit. If you are searching for uniqueness and heavy music, it doesn''t matter this is their 13th album, it''s a great place to start.
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Untouchable Issues.
Reviewed in the United States on September 13, 2019
An album about a death. Jon used this as personal therapy. You can hear it. This album sounds legit. It doesn''t feel whipped out just to make an album. Sure, the choruses are "very Korn" for the most part, but there''s enough experimentation here to make it a memorable... See more
An album about a death. Jon used this as personal therapy. You can hear it. This album sounds legit. It doesn''t feel whipped out just to make an album. Sure, the choruses are "very Korn" for the most part, but there''s enough experimentation here to make it a memorable album. Thinking back, it sorta reminds me of Untouchables meets Issues but with a bit more technicality. It''s Korn but the more "experimental" than aggressively driven side of their style, although the first half is filled with heavier tracks. If you like atmospheric Korn, you''ll probably dig this. Cold is quick and heavy, Idiosyncrasy is heavy and atmospheric, Finally Free is sad and nicely expresses the feeling of loss, The Ringmaster sounds like something from Life is Peachy or Follow the Leader. This Loss is probably one of the best Korn songs in their discography. Jonathan shows some real vocal skills on this album. All around, one of the best Korn albums in a while. 8/10
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Metal Ecologist
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Emotional Experience About Grief and Loss
Reviewed in the United States on September 16, 2019
Korn have been around for 25 years now and I have been listening to them since the time of Follow the Leader (Jr High memories). I''ve always enjoyed their albums to varying degrees, I have never outright disliked any of them. With that being said, they have always been at... See more
Korn have been around for 25 years now and I have been listening to them since the time of Follow the Leader (Jr High memories). I''ve always enjoyed their albums to varying degrees, I have never outright disliked any of them. With that being said, they have always been at their best when they bring up the darker sides of life. The Nothing is definitely one of their dark albums, with all of the turmoil that has occurred since 2016. There are some great songs to be had here and some of the best songs of their career. This album is an emotional experience about grief and loss that any other band would have failed at. In Korn''s hands this is powerful piece of art and probably the best release from Korn in 20 years.
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Shelldbow
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A modern day Korn classic and metal masterpiece
Reviewed in the United States on October 1, 2019
After 4 listens to this album, I must say that Korn have outdone themselves with this one! I have followed them since the 90s up to serenity of suffering (which I also enjoyed) but wow, the emotional depth and intensity on this album is breathtaking. Jonathan Davis suffered... See more
After 4 listens to this album, I must say that Korn have outdone themselves with this one! I have followed them since the 90s up to serenity of suffering (which I also enjoyed) but wow, the emotional depth and intensity on this album is breathtaking. Jonathan Davis suffered a horrible tragedy that fueled this album and you can feel it in his lyrics and delivery. The band just gets tighter and more amazing on every album since they reunited on The Paradigm Shift but this album is very much an atmospheric, theme oriented album. The sound is reminiscent of albums like Issues, Follow the Leader, and Life is Peachy but the band still continue to evolve their sound and there are electronics but not used overwhelmingly. Jonathan Davis’ vocals can range from melodic, gentle/melancholic, to full on death metal growl/screaming. The songwriting is incredible too; the guitars are amazing, fieldy is at his A game on bass and the drums are always spot on in every song. Every song on here is great, I can’t think of any filler songs; even the shorter ones are intense and extremely well crafted. I don’t understand the low ratings, this may not be the Korn of the 90’s but I don’t want a clone of those albums; this actually for me is just as good as the older albums because this really came from the heart and not only that but it is just mind-blowingly amazing (favorites from this one are Cold, Idiosyncrasy, This Loss, Hardcore, You’ll Never Find Me and Finally Free). If you are new to Korn, I have no doubt you’ll enjoy this but start at something like issues (my personal favorite) or their debut if you want to get a sense of who the band are. If you are a long time fan, this is a no brainer, definitely get this album! It is up there with their best, highly recommended!
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NinjaNutjob
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
One of their Best Albums! Its Dark, sad, strong and deep!
Reviewed in the United States on September 21, 2019
I love Korn. Their music hits my heart and soul. Even though I like pretty much all their albums, except their Nu Metal EDM crossover Path to Totality (Enjoyed but last on my list); This one is in the top 4 of their albums. Its Korn, through and through, its fresh at the... See more
I love Korn. Their music hits my heart and soul. Even though I like pretty much all their albums, except their Nu Metal EDM crossover Path to Totality (Enjoyed but last on my list); This one is in the top 4 of their albums. Its Korn, through and through, its fresh at the same time as well as staying familiar. This album really came from deep inside, you can hear and feel the pain and sadness, the strength of each of them and its dark. Its really worth getting and listening to.
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Michael Holub
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Love the album, it won''t leave my top 2 for years.
Reviewed in the United States on September 18, 2019
KoRn is banging for a biggun! After their decent prior album this one is like a breath of fresh air. Musical nuances are legion, and the cathartic style is still true to the listener. I paid much too little for this mastery, honestly. It will be a cornerstone of my... See more
KoRn is banging for a biggun! After their decent prior album this one is like a breath of fresh air. Musical nuances are legion, and the cathartic style is still true to the listener. I paid much too little for this mastery, honestly. It will be a cornerstone of my audio pleasure for many decades. New artists do NOT do this. KoRn needs 3 bands to keep up with my preferred live listening preference. My accolades to the artists indescript and famous. You all have improved my daily entertainment. Please masterpiece 3 more before 2043, I don''t think I can anticipate this level of amazing before I raise the daisies.
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J.D.
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Mediocre at Best
Reviewed in the United States on September 18, 2019
The hype for this album brought me to a halt at track three. Seriously, I''m a big Korn fan and even this didn''t get me going in any way shape or form. Cold is the lone 5 star song, and everything else makes it to a One or Two star value. Maybe in a couple of years Korn will... See more
The hype for this album brought me to a halt at track three. Seriously, I''m a big Korn fan and even this didn''t get me going in any way shape or form. Cold is the lone 5 star song, and everything else makes it to a One or Two star value. Maybe in a couple of years Korn will realise that they need to go back to groove and actual heavy songs. Most of these songs are 3/4 ballads of ultimate suck proportion. Stay away.... STAY AWAY!
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Mikey
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Metal is Alive!
Reviewed in the United States on September 13, 2019
Unbelievable! Jonathan is a God! Best album since Untouchables! Metal is back.
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NPS100
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Dissapointed
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 12, 2020
I love Korns music and have been an avid follower for years, however this offering has not touched me like many of their other CDs. After reading other reviews I thought I would go ahead and get it as music is subjective. The opening track blew me away, powerful, evocative...See more
I love Korns music and have been an avid follower for years, however this offering has not touched me like many of their other CDs. After reading other reviews I thought I would go ahead and get it as music is subjective. The opening track blew me away, powerful, evocative and all that I hoped for - unfortunatly after that I found that I could have been listening to almost any other band. This is just my opinion and I am shure many others may not agree - so give it a go, it''s worth it just for track 1.
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Pete
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Another great album, up there with their best
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 14, 2019
I''ve followed korn for years and always enjoy their music so might be a bit bias. This album is great, only listened to it through twice but already know this is a good album imo 👍
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Smurf65
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KornBorn
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 22, 2019
After 25 Years a fan.......Never let me down.
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J. Ferrier
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KoRn
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 20, 2019
KoRn are baaaaack!!! 10/10
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Dave K
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Album of the year contender
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 14, 2019
Korn''s best album in a decade. From the opening blast of trademark bagpipes through some pounding metal tracks. Contender for rock album of the year
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