Korn - The Nothing

Korn - The Nothing album wiki, reviews
Artist:   Korn
Album Name:   The Nothing
Genre:   Metal
Tracks:   13
Relase Date:   13 September 2019
Country:   USA

The Nothing (Korn) Album Songs


Song TitleTime
1.The End Begins 1:30
2.Cold 3:45
3.You'll Never Find Me 3:40
4.The Darkness is Revealing 3:40
5.Idiosyncrasy 4:38
6.The Seduction of Indulgence 1:42
7.Finally Free 3:53
8.Can You Hear Me 2:52
9.The Ringmaster 3:00
10.Gravity of Discomfort 3:34
11.[email protected] 4:47
12.This Loss 4:41
13.Surrender to Failure 2:21

About Korn - The Nothing Album

The Nothing is the 13th studio album from the American Nu Metal band Korn. The release date is scheduled for 13 September, 2019. The album will be released through Roadrunner Records, including initially 13 tracks. The first single was You'll Never Find Me, released along with the announcement of the album on June 26, 2019. ..

The Nothing (Korn) Album Comments

The Nothing (Korn) Album Reviews

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  • ashnmike
    5 stars
    Yes!!!!. Soo good! Some songs sound like they came right off “Fallow the Leader “ love it. Really needed this in my life right now. Thank you Jonathan, Monk, Head, Feildy, and Ray.
  • bejwidjekekd
    5 stars
    Awesome. A 10/10 album
  • heavytraffic101
    3 stars
    Huhhh. Huh how about that
  • zildjiank
    1 stars
    Lame. Seriously people? This album is no where close to the Korn of the past. It’s actually lame- stop singing lyrics at me like the new Nickleback and get down on some actual rock.
  • Alski76
    5 stars
    Back to Basics. This is a pretty dam cool album. This is some serious Metal with a beating heart.
  • smokeymusket
    5 stars
    First Korn album in a long time.....WOW!!!. I got into Korn in high school, back in 1999. With college, growing up, kids and jobs, I stepped away from music for a bit. Over the past two years have gotten back into all my Metal, and this album is one of the top 5 I’ve purchased over the last couple years, and I’ve bought over 50. Knowing where Davis and the band have come from and grown since 1999, this album is a perfect reflection of their growth as people and artists. The darkness and grief reflected in Davis’ lyrics and tone is real and moving. The music, riffs, beats, and slap bass is pure 100% classic Korn. Just as Metallica grew and evolved as artists, Korn is doing the same thing....poetic that Korn plays the middle chorus of Metallica’s “One” during their current tour at the end of “Shoots and Ladders.” Great album, classic Korn sound wrapped into the recent emotional turmoil that has hit them. Thank you Korn for 25 fantastic years of great Metal!!!!
  • Str8lacedH8
    5 stars
    Best they’ve done in years. Ignore the haters. Great album. I saw them in Austin the first of their tour with Alice and Chains. They did You’ll Never Find Me live for first time anywhere. Anyways I’ve been a fan since their self titled album. Yes they’ve done some style changes over the years but they’re back to their roots. My favorite songs off album are The Darkness is Revealing and Idiosyncrasy. Do yourself a favor buy the album.
  • Garrett. F
    5 stars
    Love it!. They kinda have a slip knot sound in this album, but it’s like it. Would not hesitate to buy this album.
  • 1407LA
    5 stars
    Brilliant. I have always loved KoRn and this album does not disappoint! They are the first to progress to new levels and mix with other musical elements. The thing that does not change is they stay true to themselves and ever KoRn album has that signature KoRn sound no matter how different. The Nothing is another great example!
  • Blacklaboratory1
    5 stars
    KoЯn’s 13th album. A dark cleaner sounding mature KoЯn. It’s good the more you listen the more it grows 7 out 10 imo.
  • afanforyearsuntilnow
    5 stars
    Best work maybe ever!. This record is simply outstanding in my opinion. It’s so dark and so heavy. Everything I love about Korn is on this record and everything that bored me about Korn after “Life is Peachy” has been erased. It’s honest, the vocal patterns are out of this world and I feel all members of the band have really put their all into it. It sounds old and new at the same time with innovative twists around every corner.
  • Geefnk
    5 stars
    Hell yeah!!. Honestly took me a few listens to really like it. After 2 days I can say I’m really digging it. Yeah it’s not as heavy as their last effort TSOS but it’s very dark. Reminds me of Issues . Favorite song at the moment is “Idiosyncrasy” .
  • xxxVincexxx
    5 stars
    Hey MikeTab, Banda don’t last by doing the same thing?.... ...see Godsmack.
  • CrypticTrick
    5 stars
    Yes!!!. This is some heavy stuff. What a nice surprise! 🤘🏼🤘🏼
  • jonocutright
    5 stars
    The worlds just going to ignore. That this album is full of bangers
  • joe_zeah
    5 stars
    Zeah_joel. Korn has been on repeat since it came out! 2019 belongs to korn!
  • dmb42076
    5 stars
    Jonathan Davis has his A game on this album.. This album is so good. This album has elements of their roots. Glad to hear the bag pipes again. This is rock! Not that pop stuff they call alternative rock. Nice to hear old Korn again!!!😀
  • Snomels
    5 stars
    Screw the haters this album is amazing. Along with tool and slipknot this been the best year for music. Album brings me back to original Korn ignore the one star reviews this album is great.
  • JP6869
    5 stars
    Sounds Good. Good Music 🎶👍👌!
  • infini-tee
    5 stars
    Truly epic album. This album is very deep and heavy and has elements of their old sounds yet it is completely different which makes it so awesome. Listen to the whole album at least a couple of times before leaving negative reviews. The whole album is amazing and best songs in my opinion are Cold, The Ringmaster, Gravity of Discomfort, [email protected], This Loss. Honestly all the songs are great on this record. Big thanks to Jonathan Davis and the rest the band for creating such an epic album.
  • Ktbuggy25
    5 stars
    Amazing album. By far the best album Korn has put out in a decade. It has everything I want and need! Love it!
  • 4 phaze
    3 stars
    Not impressed. I was expecting something better from this band ! Not sure to tell you Korn fans . But I think this album could’ve been a lot better!!!!
  • FranknPay
    5 stars
    solid new Korn album. Great to see them continuing to put out new music that sounds really good. One thing I like about Korn was the hooks in earlier hits - I like the way they make hard music that still grooves and it would be great if the new music incorporates some solid hooks - update 9/13/19: really good with solid hooks and music - favorites so far: can you hear me, gravity of discomfort
  • Anotcouchpotato
    5 stars
    The Best KoRn Album Yet. Unless I really enjoyed a product, I don’t really get compelled to write a review (even if I did enjoy the product). Since I started listening to KoRn, my music library has expanded even more, and I really enjoyed their Greatest Hits, See You On The Other Side, and the dubstep-heavy The Path Of Totality. But The Nothing may be their best effort yet. In the aftermath of lead singer Jonathan Davis losing his wife, he decided to throw his sorrows into recording what may be KoRn’s darkest album since their first record. In hindsight, he goes back to his original themes of pain while making something fresh at the same time. In other words, KoRn mixes their old sound with their newer-sounding material. You can’t help but sympathize with him this time around, as you can literally hear him cry and wail on a few tracks. Davis has such an uncanny vocal range, and it especially shows here. The tracks themselves... well, this is one of those very, VERY few albums I own where I enjoyed all or almost all of the tracks. Save for one, I enjoyed every song on this record, my favorites being “Cold”, “You’ll Never Find Me”, and “Idiosyncrasy”, to name three of them. And while not every KoRn fan enjoy their new music as much as their old ones, I’m one of the few who likes nearly all of it (though I’m still missing The Paradigm Shift, KoRn III, and The Serenity Of Suffering). But if you enjoy their older sound, then I do suggest at least sampling the songs on here, as they go back to their basics while still sounding fresh. In summary, The Nothing is a dark, twisted experience that fans, old and new, are sure to enjoy. Give it a chance. You might be surprised.
  • yyyyyyooggj
    5 stars
    Korn. Great album I would recommend buying it it’s so good
  • Ppada237
    5 stars
    This is what I waited for. I can feel the raw emotions of the vocals and deep rooted foundation of their own sound. Masterpiece
  • Dp1998
    5 stars
    Wow...... Super good. Love it
  • Bizkit_____________
    5 stars
    Supporting my boys. Love the new album! ❤️❤️🤘 been a fan since I was a child still love Korn.
  • Yeah buddy24
    5 stars
    Incredible album. Way better than Slipknot’s new album WANYK. This album combines old and new styles and lets Jonathan Davis get out all of the grief he needs to from his wife’s passing last year. I’m proud to have seen KoRn in concert twice because these guys are amazing.
  • Good wateva
    5 stars
    Amazing. The best Korn Album to date 10/10
  • JasonMayo
    1 stars
    Korn?. Hahaha. Kids stuff
  • holygroovers
    5 stars
    A Different Korn. They sound the same, but different. They have different sounds, different vocal arrangements, but the same korn sound. Songs like Cold and You’ll Never Find Me are some of their heaviest songs ever. And you can hear and feel Jonathan’s emotion in every track. This album does not disappoint.
  • Coff605
    1 stars
    Been a fan forever. I’m one of korns biggest fans and I keep trying especially since head came back but I think I’m done with new albums unless maybe David comes back which probably won’t happen
  • Whitechapel666
    1 stars
    Stealing Material I See. You guys stole riffs from a few bands it seems, most noticeably Rocket Skates by Deftones, who are better musicians and a better band. Korn has been dead for a while now.
  • Rija0174
    5 stars
    I love this!. This album was everything I thought it would be. It’s amazing!
  • Khalessi816
    5 stars
    🔥🔥🔥. Korn is and always will be 🔥 this album is INCREDIBLE!!
  • Kelsi souma
    5 stars
    Amazing ❤️. Never disappointed
  • mirwin.allvol
    5 stars
    Great Album!. This is the best stuff they have put out in a long time! Impressed.
  • humblerats
    5 stars
    The Best. dont listen to any negative reviews. this is Korn in their prime and if youre a real fan, you’ll absolutely love it like i did. its got that musical and melodic depth and beauty soaring over extra heavy guitars than only Korn could pull off. Best album since Untouchables, and I thought the same thing with Serenity in Suffering. Lyrics have also taken a step in the right direction, probably because Jon has actual inspiration behind them rather than just rambling on about negative feelings. Personal fav songs are Idiosyncrasy, Finally Free, Can You Hear Me, and especially This Loss. One of my favorite Korn choruses ever. Hope these guys never quit making music.
  • Yeahhonestyistruth66445
    5 stars
    Best Album. This is a nice progression and in my opinion their best album.
  • LiilReyy
    5 stars
    Different but I love it. This album sounds different to others and that’s good because good changes are good in some way, but I [email protected]&$ love this album, the song [email protected] is amazing from my view because I feel so identified
  • MrJ2423
    5 stars
    Great album. It’s a painful album but amazing all in one.
  • Badr00t
    5 stars
    Beyond perfect. Title says it all. Best album since issues
  • ibjulesf
    5 stars
    Love this!!. Been patiently waiting for this release!! Not even disappointed at all! Perfect!! Love the emotional rollercoaster this album takes you on.
  • Iarneson
    2 stars
    The Underwhelming Nothing. The album lives up to the title. The band has taken many steps back from their Serenity Of Suffering album, and traded many of it’s perks with nostalgia and recycled old school sound that today is sorely outdated and stale. In the grand spectrum of Korn’s catalog this album will be exactly what it’s called; the nothing.
  • WQQKIE
    5 stars
    Darkest KoRn Album. Lyrically this the darkest album I’ve listened from KoRn, for obvious reasons. The instrumentals bring back that original KoRn sound of the 90s in combination with their modern sound, the drums seem to fit more and go along with the bass and guitars. Very well done guys.
  • beenahj
    3 stars
    Listened to whole album, and. Pretty boring, not Korns best work. Couple decent tunes but overshadowed by their last album TSOS
  • Still crushing it!
    5 stars
    Korn fan. Wasn’t impressed with the song samples however, bought the record and was blown away by the power in all the songs. It’s great to hear fieldy bringing in the bass again and the power behind the lyrics. Korn continues to crush it!
  • Rovert58
    5 stars
    New album. Korn never disappoints
  • ashnmike
    5 stars
    Yes!!!!. Soo good! Some songs sound like they came right off “Fallow the Leader “ love it. Really needed this in my life right now. Thank you Jonathan, Monk, Head, Feildy, and Ray.
  • bejwidjekekd
    5 stars
    Awesome. A 10/10 album
  • heavytraffic101
    3 stars
    Huhhh. Huh how about that
  • zildjiank
    1 stars
    Lame. Seriously people? This album is no where close to the Korn of the past. It’s actually lame- stop singing lyrics at me like the new Nickleback and get down on some actual rock.
  • Alski76
    5 stars
    Back to Basics. This is a pretty dam cool album. This is some serious Metal with a beating heart.
  • smokeymusket
    5 stars
    First Korn album in a long time.....WOW!!!. I got into Korn in high school, back in 1999. With college, growing up, kids and jobs, I stepped away from music for a bit. Over the past two years have gotten back into all my Metal, and this album is one of the top 5 I’ve purchased over the last couple years, and I’ve bought over 50. Knowing where Davis and the band have come from and grown since 1999, this album is a perfect reflection of their growth as people and artists. The darkness and grief reflected in Davis’ lyrics and tone is real and moving. The music, riffs, beats, and slap bass is pure 100% classic Korn. Just as Metallica grew and evolved as artists, Korn is doing the same thing....poetic that Korn plays the middle chorus of Metallica’s “One” during their current tour at the end of “Shoots and Ladders.” Great album, classic Korn sound wrapped into the recent emotional turmoil that has hit them. Thank you Korn for 25 fantastic years of great Metal!!!!
  • Str8lacedH8
    5 stars
    Best they’ve done in years. Ignore the haters. Great album. I saw them in Austin the first of their tour with Alice and Chains. They did You’ll Never Find Me live for first time anywhere. Anyways I’ve been a fan since their self titled album. Yes they’ve done some style changes over the years but they’re back to their roots. My favorite songs off album are The Darkness is Revealing and Idiosyncrasy. Do yourself a favor buy the album.
  • Garrett. F
    5 stars
    Love it!. They kinda have a slip knot sound in this album, but it’s like it. Would not hesitate to buy this album.
  • 1407LA
    5 stars
    Brilliant. I have always loved KoRn and this album does not disappoint! They are the first to progress to new levels and mix with other musical elements. The thing that does not change is they stay true to themselves and ever KoRn album has that signature KoRn sound no matter how different. The Nothing is another great example!
  • Blacklaboratory1
    5 stars
    KoЯn’s 13th album. A dark cleaner sounding mature KoЯn. It’s good the more you listen the more it grows 7 out 10 imo.
  • afanforyearsuntilnow
    5 stars
    Best work maybe ever!. This record is simply outstanding in my opinion. It’s so dark and so heavy. Everything I love about Korn is on this record and everything that bored me about Korn after “Life is Peachy” has been erased. It’s honest, the vocal patterns are out of this world and I feel all members of the band have really put their all into it. It sounds old and new at the same time with innovative twists around every corner.
  • Geefnk
    5 stars
    Hell yeah!!. Honestly took me a few listens to really like it. After 2 days I can say I’m really digging it. Yeah it’s not as heavy as their last effort TSOS but it’s very dark. Reminds me of Issues . Favorite song at the moment is “Idiosyncrasy” .
  • xxxVincexxx
    5 stars
    Hey MikeTab, Banda don’t last by doing the same thing?.... ...see Godsmack.
  • CrypticTrick
    5 stars
    Yes!!!. This is some heavy stuff. What a nice surprise! 🤘🏼🤘🏼
  • jonocutright
    5 stars
    The worlds just going to ignore. That this album is full of bangers
  • joe_zeah
    5 stars
    Zeah_joel. Korn has been on repeat since it came out! 2019 belongs to korn!
  • dmb42076
    5 stars
    Jonathan Davis has his A game on this album.. This album is so good. This album has elements of their roots. Glad to hear the bag pipes again. This is rock! Not that pop stuff they call alternative rock. Nice to hear old Korn again!!!😀
  • Snomels
    5 stars
    Screw the haters this album is amazing. Along with tool and slipknot this been the best year for music. Album brings me back to original Korn ignore the one star reviews this album is great.
  • JP6869
    5 stars
    Sounds Good. Good Music 🎶👍👌!
  • infini-tee
    5 stars
    Truly epic album. This album is very deep and heavy and has elements of their old sounds yet it is completely different which makes it so awesome. Listen to the whole album at least a couple of times before leaving negative reviews. The whole album is amazing and best songs in my opinion are Cold, The Ringmaster, Gravity of Discomfort, [email protected], This Loss. Honestly all the songs are great on this record. Big thanks to Jonathan Davis and the rest the band for creating such an epic album.
  • Ktbuggy25
    5 stars
    Amazing album. By far the best album Korn has put out in a decade. It has everything I want and need! Love it!
  • 4 phaze
    3 stars
    Not impressed. I was expecting something better from this band ! Not sure to tell you Korn fans . But I think this album could’ve been a lot better!!!!
  • FranknPay
    5 stars
    solid new Korn album. Great to see them continuing to put out new music that sounds really good. One thing I like about Korn was the hooks in earlier hits - I like the way they make hard music that still grooves and it would be great if the new music incorporates some solid hooks - update 9/13/19: really good with solid hooks and music - favorites so far: can you hear me, gravity of discomfort
  • Anotcouchpotato
    5 stars
    The Best KoRn Album Yet. Unless I really enjoyed a product, I don’t really get compelled to write a review (even if I did enjoy the product). Since I started listening to KoRn, my music library has expanded even more, and I really enjoyed their Greatest Hits, See You On The Other Side, and the dubstep-heavy The Path Of Totality. But The Nothing may be their best effort yet. In the aftermath of lead singer Jonathan Davis losing his wife, he decided to throw his sorrows into recording what may be KoRn’s darkest album since their first record. In hindsight, he goes back to his original themes of pain while making something fresh at the same time. In other words, KoRn mixes their old sound with their newer-sounding material. You can’t help but sympathize with him this time around, as you can literally hear him cry and wail on a few tracks. Davis has such an uncanny vocal range, and it especially shows here. The tracks themselves... well, this is one of those very, VERY few albums I own where I enjoyed all or almost all of the tracks. Save for one, I enjoyed every song on this record, my favorites being “Cold”, “You’ll Never Find Me”, and “Idiosyncrasy”, to name three of them. And while not every KoRn fan enjoy their new music as much as their old ones, I’m one of the few who likes nearly all of it (though I’m still missing The Paradigm Shift, KoRn III, and The Serenity Of Suffering). But if you enjoy their older sound, then I do suggest at least sampling the songs on here, as they go back to their basics while still sounding fresh. In summary, The Nothing is a dark, twisted experience that fans, old and new, are sure to enjoy. Give it a chance. You might be surprised.
  • yyyyyyooggj
    5 stars
    Korn. Great album I would recommend buying it it’s so good
  • Ppada237
    5 stars
    This is what I waited for. I can feel the raw emotions of the vocals and deep rooted foundation of their own sound. Masterpiece
  • Dp1998
    5 stars
    Wow...... Super good. Love it
  • Bizkit_____________
    5 stars
    Supporting my boys. Love the new album! ❤️❤️🤘 been a fan since I was a child still love Korn.
  • Yeah buddy24
    5 stars
    Incredible album. Way better than Slipknot’s new album WANYK. This album combines old and new styles and lets Jonathan Davis get out all of the grief he needs to from his wife’s passing last year. I’m proud to have seen KoRn in concert twice because these guys are amazing.
  • Good wateva
    5 stars
    Amazing. The best Korn Album to date 10/10
  • JasonMayo
    1 stars
    Korn?. Hahaha. Kids stuff
  • holygroovers
    5 stars
    A Different Korn. They sound the same, but different. They have different sounds, different vocal arrangements, but the same korn sound. Songs like Cold and You’ll Never Find Me are some of their heaviest songs ever. And you can hear and feel Jonathan’s emotion in every track. This album does not disappoint.
  • Coff605
    1 stars
    Been a fan forever. I’m one of korns biggest fans and I keep trying especially since head came back but I think I’m done with new albums unless maybe David comes back which probably won’t happen
  • Whitechapel666
    1 stars
    Stealing Material I See. You guys stole riffs from a few bands it seems, most noticeably Rocket Skates by Deftones, who are better musicians and a better band. Korn has been dead for a while now.
  • Rija0174
    5 stars
    I love this!. This album was everything I thought it would be. It’s amazing!
  • Khalessi816
    5 stars
    🔥🔥🔥. Korn is and always will be 🔥 this album is INCREDIBLE!!
  • Kelsi souma
    5 stars
    Amazing ❤️. Never disappointed
  • mirwin.allvol
    5 stars
    Great Album!. This is the best stuff they have put out in a long time! Impressed.
  • humblerats
    5 stars
    The Best. dont listen to any negative reviews. this is Korn in their prime and if youre a real fan, you’ll absolutely love it like i did. its got that musical and melodic depth and beauty soaring over extra heavy guitars than only Korn could pull off. Best album since Untouchables, and I thought the same thing with Serenity in Suffering. Lyrics have also taken a step in the right direction, probably because Jon has actual inspiration behind them rather than just rambling on about negative feelings. Personal fav songs are Idiosyncrasy, Finally Free, Can You Hear Me, and especially This Loss. One of my favorite Korn choruses ever. Hope these guys never quit making music.
  • Yeahhonestyistruth66445
    5 stars
    Best Album. This is a nice progression and in my opinion their best album.
  • LiilReyy
    5 stars
    Different but I love it. This album sounds different to others and that’s good because good changes are good in some way, but I [email protected]&$ love this album, the song [email protected] is amazing from my view because I feel so identified
  • MrJ2423
    5 stars
    Great album. It’s a painful album but amazing all in one.
  • Badr00t
    5 stars
    Beyond perfect. Title says it all. Best album since issues
  • ibjulesf
    5 stars
    Love this!!. Been patiently waiting for this release!! Not even disappointed at all! Perfect!! Love the emotional rollercoaster this album takes you on.
  • Iarneson
    2 stars
    The Underwhelming Nothing. The album lives up to the title. The band has taken many steps back from their Serenity Of Suffering album, and traded many of it’s perks with nostalgia and recycled old school sound that today is sorely outdated and stale. In the grand spectrum of Korn’s catalog this album will be exactly what it’s called; the nothing.
  • WQQKIE
    5 stars
    Darkest KoRn Album. Lyrically this the darkest album I’ve listened from KoRn, for obvious reasons. The instrumentals bring back that original KoRn sound of the 90s in combination with their modern sound, the drums seem to fit more and go along with the bass and guitars. Very well done guys.
  • beenahj
    3 stars
    Listened to whole album, and. Pretty boring, not Korns best work. Couple decent tunes but overshadowed by their last album TSOS
  • Still crushing it!
    5 stars
    Korn fan. Wasn’t impressed with the song samples however, bought the record and was blown away by the power in all the songs. It’s great to hear fieldy bringing in the bass again and the power behind the lyrics. Korn continues to crush it!
  • Rovert58
    5 stars
    New album. Korn never disappoints

Korn - The Nothing Album Wiki

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