13 albums and still going strong.
Now I'm not going to sit here and tell you what and how much Korn means to me (if you want that you can find it HERE), nor am I going to give you Korn's back story (see previous link). No I am going to just focus on the music, and the pain that makes it.
"Ark is In Hearts Wake’s 4th studio album and it feels like it belongs to a band that’s just getting into their stride"
Byron Bay seems to be the Metalcore capital for Australia with Parkway Drive calling the area home for one, but they're not the only band to come from the touristy town, In Hearts Wake also hail from that neck of the woods and have asserted themselves these last few years as not just a band in PD’s shadow.
Two albums in two years, Papa Roach is on a roll. But is Crooked Teeth their best to date?
Papa Roach is in the midst of an awesome come back which started in 2015 with their release F.E.A.R. The band, if you remember were massive back in 2000 with their debut album Infest which included the truly fuckin epic ‘Last Resort’ that still gets massive amounts of airplay today.
I don’t know whether it was the deep bass lines vibrating through my stitches, but my back tingled all night… hell maybe it was nostalgia.
The 16th of December saw the unofficial return of the original infamous Family Value tour of 1998. As I mentioned on my review of The Serenity of Suffering, Korn is a massive favourite band of mine and their newest album is a great return to form for the group.
The Nu-Metalers from Bakersfield have gone back in time for their 12th studio album The Serenity of Suffering.
Korn was my break through band, back in 98 I listened to a lot of pop and mainstream shit mainly because that was what my friends at the time liked, but after the first listen to ‘Freak on a Leash’ I was converted, my musical tastes expanded and I became a proud metalhead. I of course went back and got hold of their previous releases and my love for the band grew, I became a follower.