Korn: 'Working with Ross Robinson was not comfortable at all' - video

New recruit Ray Luzier says he found producer 'difficult'

Korn drummer Ray Luzier has admitted that working with producer Ross Robinson on new album 'Korn III: Remember Who You Are' was "uncomfortable" and "difficult".

Luzier, who joined Korn as a full time member in April 2009, made the comments in a video interview with NME which you can watch on the right now.

Speaking about recording with Robinson, who produced much of Korn's early material including their 1994 self-titled debut, Luzier said: "He was not a comfortable guy to work with at all. It was very difficult, it wasn’t fun. He purposefully wanted to make it uncomfortable."

He added that overall, the experience was "pretty bad" and "terrifying".

Watch the full interview with Korn on the right of your screen now.
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