By Jonathan Bradwell
New Metal legends “Korn” have released their most recent music video for the song “Let the guilt Go”, taken from the latest album “Korn III: Remember Who You Are”.
This new video for the latest single was premiered today on the website “ArtistDirect”. Admired alternative music magazine “Kerrang” have also been set exclusive streaming rights to the new video on their website.
To view the exclusive first look of official music video for “Let the Guilt Go” on Kerrang, click on this link… http://www.kerrang.com/blog/2010/09/exclusive_watch_korns_new_vide.html
The album itself managed to climb to the number two position on the “Billboard Charts” earlier this year. The album itself was released in July 2010 on the “RoadRunner Records” label. “RoadRunner” also releases albums for artists in comparable genres such the “Murderdolls” and “Stone Sour”.
“Ross Robinson” (“Machine Head”, “Glassjaw” and “Slipknot”) was selected as the producer for “Korn III: Remember Who You Are”. This man also worked on the renowned “Korn” record “Life is Peachy”, an album which integrated the hit song “A.D.I.D.A.S”.
Korn are a New Metal outfit that carry notable, heavy melodies beside the distinctive and memorable voice of Jonathan Davis (Vocals).
The frontman was in the musical press in 2006 after he was unable to make the stage for the set at “Download Festival”, a musical festival that happens in England each and every year. It is noted that Jonathan Davis (Vocals) had developed “ITP”, full name: “Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura”. For this set other artists stood in to replace the singer, meaning the band were able to perform.
“Korn” have a UK tour scheduled, opening in Southampton and concluding in Manchester. Tickets are priced at just less than Thirty Pounds, and vary depending on the venue. The band is also set to play the O2 Arena in London on the 18th of September.
(Picture courtesy of “I offer”)
“Korn” perform the song “Let the guilt Go” live on the “Jimmy Kimmel” show. This is not the official video, of which can be found by following the link in the article: