Path of Totality

The Path of Totality

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by Korn
     
 

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The nu-metal pioneers have never been afraid to continually reinvent themselves throughout their career, and on this, their tenth album, they have teamed up with a number of dubstep producers, the most well-known of whom is probably Noisia. The move is perhaps less surprising than it seems, as the American dubstep subgenre known as "brostep" has a much more aggressive

Overview

The nu-metal pioneers have never been afraid to continually reinvent themselves throughout their career, and on this, their tenth album, they have teamed up with a number of dubstep producers, the most well-known of whom is probably Noisia. The move is perhaps less surprising than it seems, as the American dubstep subgenre known as "brostep" has a much more aggressive sound than its U.K. counterpart and already appeals to a certain section of the metal audience. Here, Korn's vicious metallic attack is complemented by brutal sub-bass, grinding electro synths, and hammering drum'n'bass beats to create a whole new kind of "future metal.,"

Product Details

Release Date:
12/06/2011
Label:
Roadrunner Records
UPC:
0016861772826
Rank:
33208

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Korn   Primary Artist
Jonathan Davis   Vocals,Group Member
Ray Luzier   Drums,Group Member
James "Munky" Shaffer   Guitar,Group Member
Reginald Arvizu   Bass,Group Member

Technical Credits

Jonathan Davis   Composer,Lyricist,Executive Producer
Korn   Composer
James "Munky" Shaffer   Composer
Downlink   Producer,Additional Production
12th Planet   Producer
Jim Monti   Producer,Engineer,Additional Production
Sonny Moore   Composer
Noisia   Producer
Kill the Noise   Additional Production
John Dadzie   Composer
Martijn Van Sonderen   Composer
Thijs De Vlieger   Composer
Skrillex   Producer
Excision   Producer
Jon Gooch   Composer
Feed Me   Producer
Sean Casavant   Composer
Nick Roos   Composer
Jeff Abel   Composer
Jake Stanczak   Composer
J Devil   Producer
Adam Glassco   Composer

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The Path of Totality 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
at first i wasnt sure i would like the different sound, but after listening to the whole thing i realized this cd is so freakin' awesome!! i love all the songs especially "get up!", "narcissistic cannibal" and "way too far". long live koRn!!