Korn are revealing the title of their upcoming eleventh album ‘The Paradigm Shift’. The album produced by Don Gilmore, and will be released October 1st via Caroline/Prospect Park.
Open up to RollingStone today, Welch said this is his favorite Korn album (by far, of course).
“I’m a metalhead. I love rock music, and I came here just wanting to do the old Korn vibe, but with a new twist. Me and Munky [James Shaffer] haven’t been playing guitar together for eight years, so we came in just wanting to jam out with the bass player Fieldy [Reginald Arvizu] and Ray [Luzier], our drummer . . . The end product is a really good mix of old Korn mixed with some new elements. It’s got a fresh new Korn 2013 sound. And the melodies, the lyrics and the choruses on these songs are at a new level. It’s my favorite album by Korn.” – Brian ‘Head’ Welch.
“Originally, him and Munky, what was interesting about the band and what we did was that twin guitar thing. So I think it brought unity back between those two, to have our brother back was really good for morale. It was just fun being in the studio with his goofy ass again.” – Jonathan Davis.
As is said ‘The Paradigm Shift’ marks the return of the original guitarist Brian ‘Head’ Welch. He depart off the band after 2003’s Take a Look in the Mirror. He’s back earlier this year and take part in the new Korn album.
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