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Old 10-21-2013, 06:47 PM   #81 (permalink)
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Old 10-22-2013, 02:43 AM   #82 (permalink)
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whats yall fav song off the new album


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Old 03-10-2014, 10:31 PM   #83 (permalink)
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Unless I've got the OP's definition of dark wrong, I'd have to argue Korn's debut definitely wasn't the darkest music of it's time in either lyrics or in the compositions of the songs themselves. There were many Death/Black Metal albums released the same year or earlier which I'd consider quite a bit heavier and darker than Korn's debut. Also, while I recognise Korn's debut was quite influential in it's scene, there were other Metal scenes going on with their own groundbreaking albums that could be considered just as influential to up and coming Metal bands.
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i see korn get a lot of hate. imo a lot of that hate is from ppl who used to listen to korn in their youth and a lot of ppl look back on past trends or bands they were into and kinda shake their head. as a non metal fan i thought korn was sick cause it kinda introduced me to a new sound
This is why I hate/dislike a few bands I used to listen to when I was younger.
I've never really listened to korn. I think I put on a few songs on youtube and thought ''I'm not interested in more nu metal''.
What's with the nu metal bumps anyways? Frst System of A Down, than Limp Bzkit(does that even fall under the same catagory? xD) and now Korn.
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Old 03-11-2014, 02:51 PM   #85 (permalink)
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Unless I've got the OP's definition of dark wrong, I'd have to argue Korn's debut definitely wasn't the darkest music of it's time in either lyrics or in the compositions of the songs themselves. There were many Death/Black Metal albums released the same year or earlier which I'd consider quite a bit heavier and darker than Korn's debut. Also, while I recognise Korn's debut was quite influential in it's scene, there were other Metal scenes going on with their own groundbreaking albums that could be considered just as influential to up and coming Metal bands.
I second these feelings.

Korn gets a lot of hate they don't deserve, mainly because a lot of people hate nu-metal for some reason, and that album broke onto the mainstream in such a way it became a part of almost everyone's lives. Korn started something new by introducing it to a wider audience.

The debut definitely could be considered the most 'groundbreaking' in that it was among the darkest mainstream available at the time, but there was plenty of other more impressive things happening in the underground.
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