Korn is an American alternative metal band from Bakersfield, California. Following the release of Korn's next three albums — 's Issues , 's Untouchables and 's Take a Look in the Mirror — all of which featured equal songwriting credits for all five band members,    Welch left the group in due to his "newfound Christian faith". After filling in for the departed Silveria on the untitled album's touring cycle, Ray Luzier joined as Korn's full-time drummer in ,  first contributing to the band's album Korn III: Remember Who You Are , which returned to crediting the band for songwriting.
1. It’s On!
Korn took everyone by surprise when they released their self-titled debut album back in The band pioneered a sound dubbed 'nu-metal,' influencing scores of acts to follow. Singer Jonathan Davis ' tense, rage-drenched vocals were exactly what millions of kids were looking for in the age of grunge. Since then, they've continued to put out albums and evolve their sound with each one. Since the band burst onto the scene with their unique sound, they've released a wide swath of studio albums.
Greatest Hits, Vol. The album features select tracks from their first six studio albums presented in reverse chronological order. There are two previously unreleased songs on the compilation: a cover of Cameo 's " Word Up!
There has been drama. Go on, just imagine this Top 20 as a festival-smashing setlist! Korn have always been at their best when plumbing into the deepest darknesses of the human condition. After the outright explosiveness of its first two singles — Here To Stay and Thoughtless — the third promo from fifth album Untouchables felt like a jarring change of pace. The song after which that run was named finds the ostensibly chalk-and-cheese frontmen of the top two bands Jonathan Davis and Fred Durst good-naturedly ripping each other to shreds. Unfortunately, its songwriting — for the most part — lacked that raw impact, with singles Oildale Leave Me Alone and Let The Guilt Go failing to recapture past highs.