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See You on The Other Side
Album Review

Korn See You on The Other Side Album

So many bands who last more than a couple of albums start to grow up and go all clean and tidy after a while. It's a side effect of that darned growing up thing. Luckily, Korn have not succumbed and this, their seventh album, is still grindingly heavy. The basslines are dirty and fierce, guitars wail relentlessly and Jonathan Davis continues to sing like a tortured, demented soul. Excellent. Make no mistake though, Korn's brand of nu-metal is no roaring, tuneless noise. There are hooks and choruses here, there and everywhere on this album – most notably on the lead single and opening track, Twisted Transistor. The lyrics are, as ever, full of impassioned drama and (hopefully) a little tongue in cheek. Quality once again from the daddies of the genre.

Sharon Edge

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chewy0147's picture


I have followed Korn ever since they first came out. I have to admit i was bumbed out whenever I heard about Brian (Head) Welch leaving the band. ( I even called up my local radio station and talked with them about it till they got tired of hearing me talk.) But I have to admit that Head leaving was good on them. Not many bands can still hang on after something like that even after 7 years. I was worried about their new album, what it would be and sound like, but i bought it the day it came out and man it was AWSOME. Different but totally KICK A**. Jonathan, David, Fieldy, and Munky still have it. Still got the awsome lyrics, still got the heavy guitar and drum sounds, and still have the kick a** bass lines. Korn is still #1 in my book and will remain to be for another 7 years. Cody #1 Korn Fan

8 years 6 months ago
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iluvjon4ever's picture


I love KoRn always! Unfortunately, I do not have the cd yet, but I've heard the album and I hear the songs all the time on ROCK108! It's too bad about Head leaving, but it's good that the band can still hold on and be just as good, if not better, than ever!!

8 years 10 months ago
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