Song after song, idea after idea and we recorded 20 songs.” Stay tuned for further updates on Korn’s upcoming 11th studio album, as well as our own interview with Ray Luzier coming up soon!
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Korn drummer Ray Luzier has revealed the release date for the act’s upcoming 11th studio album.
Korn’s newest effort will be their first to feature guitarist Brian ‘Head’ Welch in 10 years, and the record will see a Sept. The band hasn’t shared the title of the 2013 album yet, but singer Jonathan Davis has called it Korn’s best album yet.
The last Korn album to feature Head was the band’s 2003 full-length, ‘Take a Look in the Mirror,’ which featured tracks such as ‘Did My Time,’ ‘Y’all Want a Single?