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The Path Of Totality (Special Edition)(CD/DVD)
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Korn embrace the future on The Path of Totality, their tenth full-length studio album and second for Roadrunner Records. Infusing dubstep anarchy into their signature sound, the legendary quartet stand on the cusp of a musical revolution for both hard rock and electronica. Korn are no strangers to revolution though. In fact, they've been purveyors of heavy music's progression since forming in Bakersfield, CA in 1994 and becoming one of the most influential entities that the genre has ever seen.
Korn usher in a new horizon for heavy music with The Path of Totality. Collaborating with dubstep heavyweights Skrillex, Excision, Downlink, Noisia, Feed Me, 12th Planet, and Flinch, Korn have constructed a hypnotic hybrid of dubstep and metal. Bouncing from polyrhythmic guitar pummeling into drastic electro drops, the music is dark, dangerous, and definitive Korn.
This CD/DVD set includes a 2-Hour Live DVD of The Encounter Crop Circle Concert, exclusive interview footage, and 2 exclusive bonus tracks.
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Pretty much all the songs are good.
I can listen to the whole album straight-through, with only skipping 1 or 2 songs I don’t like that much.
That is commendable, given that I am not even a dub-step fan, and that even with the classic Korn albums like “Life is Peachy”, I cannot listen to the whole album straight-through.
I think it is amazing that they were able to integrate dub-step so seamlessly with their own style.
The album still sounds like Korn.
No wonder Revolver Magazine gave them Album of the Year in that year.
I think most the haters are just people that don’t like change and progression in their personal lives, nor in their music.
How boring would it be if Korn put out albums that have the same sound as their earlier successful albums?
While it's not terrible and certainly better than SYOTOS and Untitled it still has problems. Alot of the dubstep sounds are very similar in almost every song and the aggression and anger from JD is sadly missing. Songs like "My Wall", "Illuminati", "Sanctuary" and "Way Too Far" are repetitive and somewhat boring to listen to. It feels like they could have done so much better with them.
There are good ones on here though. My favorites and ones that have a fresh feel to them are "Chaos Lives in Everything", "Kill Mercy Within", "Narcissistic Cannibal", "Get Up", "Fuels the Comedy" and "Tension." I love KoRn and always will, but I'm an honest fan and even though they are one of my favorites, I don't like everything they've put out. I love how they like to constantly experiment and progress as a band and I'll continue to support them no matter what direction they go. \m/
That being said, I cannot fault them for experimenting with their sound, and for the most part it turned out very well. But as a long time fan of Korn, I have to wonder if this new Korn, is something that I can find myself anxiously awaiting new releases from.
If you like Korn, and don't mind a more digital presentation of the band than you have had in the past, then this album will be great for you. If you want to hear the old Korn, then you might not enjoy this.
for the cd, fifty five percent of it is great, the other forty five percent is good, not really what expected, get up and narcissistic cannibal are my favorite, i also like way too far, lets go, chaos lives in everything, burn the obedient.