Untouchables

Untouchables

by Korn

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Release Date: 08/17/2010
Label: Imports
UPC: 5099750177020
catalogNumber: 900833
Rank: 77626

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Untouchables 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 166 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Its Been a long wait for this album but worth it!!!!! KOrn is the best band ever and all the korn Kids will love this album korn has done it agian and came out with a great Album!!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
For Korn's new album ''untouchables'', they should have gone with the old-school style of just hardcore metal instead of experimental-metal. They tend to follow treands of new bands paths with the album. Same chord progressions, and trying to be more melodic with vocals instead of constant screaming. Bands like Soulfly or Hatebreed always stick to the same path. Even if they do change a little, its not that big of a deal. bands like Korn should've stayed to their roots and stay true. Bands like kittie have changed so much that their new album is only listened to by desperate people. Anyway, I was still pleased with ''untouchables''. The best part is the rhythm section of Fieldy's thunderous bass and David Silvera's pounding drums. That really made the album better. But Korn, stick to your roots on the next album if you want stellar sales.
Guest More than 1 year ago
UNTOUCHABLES is vintage KoRn. Plain and simple. That should be Reason enough for any tRue KoRn fan to want this album to a point that other people would call obsessive.
Guest More than 1 year ago
if u do not have their new cd get it it is so good it is my fav. cd peace
Guest More than 1 year ago
While listening to Untouchables the latest thundering rock epic from Korn it dawned on me that korn has certainly grown up from those days in 1994 with the release of their self titled debut. Untouchables supports thundering climatic choruses with well contructed verses and bridges. The vocals are vintage korn with an added twist. No longer does Jonathan Davis scream about the horrors of his childhood but he had definatly grown up to SING about grown up issues. The bass playing of Fieldy is a lot less of that metallica scraping this time around for more of a deep deep bass sound. Head and Munky also stretch there arms out as far as possible coming up with new and wacky sounds for the guitar. David's drumming is as relentlus and ever. Korn has certainly proved on this album that they definatly are Untouchable
Guest More than 1 year ago
Untouchables has to be the best cd to come out this millenium its shows KoRn and how they have grown into better musicians they have always been the best and with this release it shows they are better then they have ever beend they have grown musically by far with the heavy riffs mixed in with the melodies added by a second guitar they show what 2 guitarist in head and MunKy are capible of doing and the hard hitting drums in which mixing tribal with traditional then adding his own David Silveria shows why he is one of the best drummers in the world and Fieldy's groove bass lines are extrimly mind blowing with him adding the groove touch then adding puccussion sounding licks in it then Jon Davis' vocals are unique you can really tell he put no stops to his singing technigue and unlike other singers who remain with the same type of style through every album he has added more melody to his voice then previous albums Jon Davis is a unique vocalist in which no one can compare too. KoRn has broken many records and release many albums and i cannot see any ending to their success and their music. Kevin Maldonado
Guest More than 1 year ago
This album was hyped and hyped until it was ready to explode, then they released the album and it was awesome. It lived up to the hype and also blew it away this album has some of my favourite songs on it some of which are alone i break,here to stay,thoughtless and embrace this is my favourite korn album it just rules
Guest More than 1 year ago
this album rocked, it was way better than i had hoped for it to be.( ^_^ )
Guest More than 1 year ago
With heavy instrumentals like those heard in their ever popular Self-Titled debut album, KoRn is still the best rock band out there. It starts with a heavy begining with the well known song ''Here To Stay'' and ends with a boom with ''No One's There''. In between are songs like ''Thoughtless'' and ''Embrace''. Also the ever so heavy ''Wake Up Hate'' is a great addition and well needed one. The remix for ''Here To Stay'' is seen as a flop to some but a well addition to others. All in all this cd put KoRn back on top of music.
Guest More than 1 year ago
With their fifth release Korn moves further away from what made them great...the pure emotion of thier music and lyrics...davis's voice doesnt have the hard edge that he did in Korn and Life Is Peachy, they try to show they are the same band but fall way short, and even worse...they try to show how much theyve grown by having Davis actaully sing songs...something he should not do...i write this review not as someone who dislikes korn at all...in fact they were my favorite band for many years...if you want to hear GOOD Korn listen to Life is Peachy and Korn...and if you crave that emotion i highly recommend Daddy on Korn...if your favorite Korn album is Follow the Leader...go ahead and buy this album...if you arent one of the millions who joined korn after that album and heard them in the beginning...DO NOT BUY THIS ALBUM...KORN IS DEAD
Guest More than 1 year ago
Korns new album is kick a**(i would say a** but they make you edit it) if you have to by a Korn cd i sugest this one even though i am a huge issues fan this one is even better than issues & drowning pool put together this is there best cd yet!
Guest More than 1 year ago
this is korns best album yet it completely kicks a**. i luv there music it rocks. if i were you i would own one by now. if not go now buy buy buy!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This CD is the best!! If any of you out there have their other recent CD's you have not seen anything yet. This is their best CD ever!! I suggest all of you go get this CD NOW!!!!! if not you will regret it!
Guest More than 1 year ago
korn did it again, a more mature and rockin cd. they rock out with their *#%* out, i wish they did for real. i saw them at the kroq show and it was the best %#*%# show ive seen in along time. they need to do more free shows for me.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have been a huge, i mean huge korn fan ever since they released follow the leader. Besides the whole rapping issue with fred durst and ice cube, follow the leader is a must for nu metal fans. Issues(in my opinion), is the best korn album yet. Issues crowned korn as the nu metal king. Now, it is the turn for untouchables to make it's scene. This time, korn pumps up the volume and gives its old and new fans a stronger, louder album that its sure to please those fans used to korns older style, such as ''korn'' and ''life is peachy''. Another good thing about untouchables is, no rapping!!!! A down side to untouchables is the fact that some songs sound alike, and are hard to remember by their sound. But other than that, untouchables is (in my opinion, again) korn's second best work yet.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I think this cd is so good!! It is not as good as their first cd(but i don't think anything can top that). It was a lot better than Issues. i like the cd a lot. It sounds like Jonathan changed his voice a little but i like it. I love how it is all heavy. Its a great cd and i would tell anyone to go out and buy the cd. Keep up thr goodwork KoRn!! always and forever a fan.
Guest More than 1 year ago
KoRn has done it again...KoRn seems to take a different approach to each album, with a slightly different but always heavy sound. The diversity from cd to cd has not changed with KoRn's latest cd titled ''Untouchables''. Vocalist Jonathan Davis maintains his heavy screams, but includes more melodic singing varieties then ever before. KoRn's guitar duo, Munky and Head play the heavy riffs and breakdowns that they are known for perfectly in sink with one and other. Bassest Fieldy pounds & bends his strings for the low & heavy unique sound that only he can do. David on drums will keep you banging your head in rhythm. The cd is a must for any KoRn fan or fan of heavy music in general. There are also special bonus features included with the cd that are very unique and interesting. Highly recommended...
Guest More than 1 year ago
This by far korns greatest album so far, it takes all the best elements of the first album and combines it with elements of the highly under-rated Videodrone, along with some serious muscisian/songwriter-ship, giving a much more mature contempary edge over a lot of nu-metal bands, remember the little ditty's on ''issues'' that left you begging for more. The good thing is they haven't denied their fans any of the heaviness and inaccessibility, that bands like linkin park, slipknot,ill nino,limp bizkit,etc. (with their sing along choruses and chart-friendly mixes) yet they still have hooks that you can really sink your teeth into. this album is probably their most vital release, and the most untouchable band around at the moment (except Tool)!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This has to be the best album I¿ve ever heard, I recommend this album to all those heavy metal fans that need something new to mosh to. The band bust out with all new and fresh guitar and bass riffs, and new drum licks, that'll have you smashing you head in the wall. And Jonathan Davis is a lyrical assassin when it comes to singing. So if you don¿t have it, buy it and if you do have it, post a review to tell us all how much you like it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Untouchables is a Mix between Hard and Melodic Moods, I Think, This is Just as hard as their self titled album, But harder w/ Intelligent Vocals. This is a Big Step from Issues which was also Good, But for all the time that they have spent for this, i am very pleased with this album and i absolutly Amazed! This is a Great Album and I Wish everyone will pick it up! Untouchables is Amazing!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Jonathan Davis has got to be the most talented man in this world. His lyrics are a true look into the thoughts and feelings of the average troubled teen. Fans can really relate to songs like Bottled up inside, Alone i break, and make it go away. Each song is played with an incredible amount of feeling and energy. Jonathan Davis's voice vibrates with enthusiasm, his lyrics linger in your mind and heart. Every word that is sung, and every beat that is played sticks with you like an infectious disease. The untouchables is the greatest korn album yet, and the greatest album of the year, and diserves to be recognised as so.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Ever since KoRn came out with their self titled CD, they have been able to morph their sound in every CD. They are forever evolving and ''Untouchables'' is great prove of that. Just from listening to their first single, ''Here to stay,'' you know they are back with avengence and hitting us with their hard sound. Everything about it is heavy, from Jonathan's lyrics to the guitar riffs. This CD was definately worth the wait.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have recently enjoyed the pleasure of hearing KoRn's new CD - Untouchables and I highly recommend it for fans and non-fans alike. Those like me who've admired the intense emotion and the hallmark sound of KoRn's low end guitars and energetic percussion in the past will not be disappointed. The dynamic emotional range of lead singer Jonathan Davis' voice is apparent on songs like ''Blame'' and ''Thoughtless.'' The effort put into the album is reflected within the layers of songs like ''Alone I Break'' which offers an orchestral backdrop. This album is definitely an A+ emotional release!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
After listening to this cd i was not very happy with it, i liked korns former cds but this cd wasnt the greatest, i would say full of sorrow and wake up hate are the only songs that are a 5 star on this cd, the rest is ok
Guest More than 1 year ago
Finally. It is here. The time all true fans have been waiting for. UNTOUCHABLES. KoRn have done it again, but only this time, they have set a standard hard to reach. In early 1994, KoRn released their self-titled debut album, and it was to spawn a whole new genre of music. After the release of Follow the Leader, KoRn hit world and music headlines. So nearly after three years after their last release, Issues, KoRn are back, and back with force. UNTOUCHABLES is a album that has once again proved that KoRn are still the founders of Nu-Metal, with UNTOUCHABLES exploring and opening up a whole new form of music for KoRn and the World. The opening track on UNTOUCAHBLES, ¿Here To Stay¿ is a pure wall of sound, from Munky¿s opening guitar riff, Heads high-pitched guitar shrieks and Jonathon¿s backing vocals in the chorus. Finally, what all-true fans have wanted, the original KoRn sound, with a few updates. The quality of music on this cd is outstanding, with KoRn using the latest recording technology. Although costing $4 U.S Million dollars to produce, it was worth it. Now you can hear every bit of KoRn¿s twisted and tormented music. ¿Blame¿ and ¿Wake Up Hate¿, are two songs that will go places. Both have heavy intros and mellow verses, followed by the heavy choruses. ¿Hollow Life¿ takes a turn in the opposite direction, with a quiet intro, and very mellow verse, it sounds like there are no guitars at all! But are you wrong, with a quick exchange from our mellow song to our wall of sound you have the pure KoRn sound again. ¿Thoughtless¿ looks like it will be a new radio tune that will be played over and over again. Jonathon¿s voice and backup vocals really make this song unique. ¿Thoughtless¿ is soon going to be released as a single, making it even easy to acquire the status of a radio hit. ¿Alone I Break¿ is more a step towards Jonathon¿s side project, ¿Queen Of The Dammed¿ with little music, and all voice. Jon¿s astonishing voice is truly revealed in this track, with the words ¿I have lived the best I can, Does this make me not a man?¿ truly setting in the thought that this man may not have found happiness in his life. With a quick listen to the album, you realise that nearly all the songs are about Jonathon and his life, how he doesn¿t life it. Though he does redeem this with the song ¿Beat It Upright¿ by bagging on his teenage image of being a homosexual. Does he do this for fun or just to help him get through the pain? Also on UNTOUCHABLES is a secret bonus track, a remix of ¿Here To Stay¿. So all of you that are sitting there wondering, ¿What is so good about this new KoRn cd?¿ Well get of your arses and buy it. Help support the band that created it all, KoRn.