Korn - The Serenity of Suffering (CD)

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Product Details

Barcode
6009705522088
Department
Music
Released
19 Oct 2016
Artist
Korn
Edition
Standard Edition
Format
Audio CD
Genre
Metal & Hard Rock
Label
Roadrunner Records
Tracks
  1. Insane3:50
  2. Rotting in Vain3:33
  3. Black Is the Soul4:01
  4. The Hating4:22
  5. A Different World (featuring Corey Taylor) 3:20
  6. Take Me3:00
  7. Everything Falls Apart4:17
  8. Die Yet Another Night4:28
  9. When You're Not There3:24
  10. Next in Line3:28
  11. Please Come for Me2:53
Year
2016
Videos
Korn - Rotting In Vain (OFFICIAL VIDEO)
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Published 3 years ago by kornchannel
Duration: 04:00
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Official Licensed Video
Korn - Insane (OFFICIAL VIDEO)
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Published 3 years ago by kornchannel
Duration: 03:59
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Official Licensed Video
Korn - A Different World (Feat. Corey Taylor) (OFFICIAL VIDEO)
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Published 3 years ago by kornchannel
Duration: 03:24
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Official Licensed Video
Korn - Take Me (OFFICIAL VIDEO)
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Published 3 years ago by kornchannel
Duration: 03:27
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Official Licensed Video
Korn - A Different World (Feat. Corey Taylor) (LOUDER THAN LIFE FESTIVAL)
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Published 3 years ago by kornchannel
Duration: 03:18
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Official Licensed Video
Rating
Explicit
Supply Source
South Africa

Customer Reviews

KoЯn are back on foЯm!

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KoЯn fans the world over have been salivating at the prospect of their beloved band that burst onto the scene all guns blazing in the mid nineties with their highly acclaimed eponymous debut album "KoЯn" back in 1994. Since then they only went from strength to strength with each new album that followed, that was until they released their second eponymous effort in 2007 simply titled "Untitled" aka "KoЯn II" which did not go over well with critics or fans for some unknown reason, partly due to the departure of two co-founding members - guitarist Brian "Head" Welch and drummer David Silveria. A lot of people had complaints that the album sounded flat and just didn't really feel like a KoЯn album. After that they left their original label and went on an unofficial hiatus until reemerging in 2010 with a new (and still current) record label Roadrunner Records. The following year saw the release of their debut Roadrunner Records release also to much negative criticism, mainly due to the fact that they decided to collaborate with dubstep DJ and producer Skrillex, which did not go over well with fans and critics alike at all. Enter 2013 we see the return of guitarist Brian "Head" Welch and a much more rejuvenated sounding KoЯn on their next album "The Paradigm Shift" - yet still many fans and critics panned the release and by this point had pretty much written KoЯn off as a has been, over the hill band desperately trying to recapture their glory days...

Enter 2016 KoЯn came out all guns blazing much like they did with the release of their debut album 22 years earlier. All I can say is that "The Serenity of Suffering" is KoЯn back to full strength and on top form with one hell of a solid, hard rocking album that grabs your attention from the moment you begin listening to it, right up until the very last track, definitely an album of the year contender.