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Path of Totality Tour: Live at the Hollywood Palladium
     

The Path of Totality Tour: Live at the Hollywood Palladium

by Korn
 

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Just a year after giving their sound an electronic overhaul on Path of Totality, Korn chronicle the album's supporting tour on Live at the Hollywood Palladium. As with the studio album, the combination of Korn's guttural sound and dubstep's visceral drops works surprisingly well, driving the crowd into a frenzy with every low-end

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Just a year after giving their sound an electronic overhaul on Path of Totality, Korn chronicle the album's supporting tour on Live at the Hollywood Palladium. As with the studio album, the combination of Korn's guttural sound and dubstep's visceral drops works surprisingly well, driving the crowd into a frenzy with every low-end assault the band delivers, and showcasing the songs in a live setting only reinforces that the band's decision to dive headfirst into the electronic realm was a good one. When Jonathan Davis tells the crowd to dance at the beginning of "Chaos Lives in Everything," the crowd's raucous response lets you know that the call to arms has been heard and answered, amplifying the song's energy to new levels. In an effort to further help the vibe of the album come alive in a live setting, Totality producers Skrillex, 12th Planet, and Flinch (among others) drop in to man the controls for the songs' electronic elements, allowing each of them to add their own live flair to the songs. After the dance-heavy opening section of the set, Korn eventually settle in and play some older numbers like "Freak On a Leash," "Shoots and Ladders," and "Blind," as well as an epic 11-minute cover of Pink Floyd's "Another Brick in the Wall." What's most striking about Live at the Hollywood Palladium isn't so much having the evolution of Korn's sound laid out in one place, but how the band's earlier work feels almost subdued compared to the fractured, high-octane intensity of the Totality songs, which seem to explode outwards where the older tracks tended to simmer. Whether you're a fan of the band's pioneering nu-metal sound, or the newer, more evolved Korn, Live is an album that brings a little something to the table for everyone.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/04/2012
Label:
Shout Factory
UPC:
0826663135060
catalogNumber:
13506
Rank:
72650

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Tracks

Disc 1

  1. Get Up!
  2. Kill Mercy Within
  3. Illuminati
  4. Chaos Lives In Everything
  5. My Wall
  6. Way Too Far
  7. Narcissistic Cannibal
  8. Here To Stay
  9. Freak On A Leash
  10. Falling Away From Me
  11. Predictable
  12. Another Brick IN THe WAll
  13. Shoots And Ladders
  14. One
  15. Got The Life
  16. Blind

Disc 2

  1. Get Up!
  2. Kill Mercy Within
  3. Illuminati
  4. Chaos Lives In Everything
  5. My Wall
  6. Way Too Far
  7. Narcissistic Cannibal
  8. Here To Stay
  9. Freak On A Leash
  10. Falling Away From Me
  11. Predictable
  12. Another Brick IN THe WAll
  13. Shoots And Ladders
  14. One
  15. Got The Life
  16. Blind
  17. [Bonus Material]

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Korn   Primary Artist
Jonathan Davis   Vocals,Group Member
Ray Luzier   Drums,Group Member
James "Munky" Shaffer   Guitar,Group Member
12th Planet   Guest Appearance
Zachary Baird   Keyboards,Group Member
Kill the Noise   Guest Appearance
Reginald Arvizu   Bass,Group Member
Skrillex   Guest Appearance
Datsik   Guest Appearance
Excision   Guest Appearance
Wesley Geer   Guitar,Group Member

Technical Credits

Bob Emmer   Executive Producer
David McIntosh   Music Business Affairs
Peter Katsis   Producer
Chuck Haifley   Producer
Barry Summers   Producer,Executive Producer
David D. Navarro AKA Roboto   Cover Illustration

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