Korn return to the studio to record their new album

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Korn have returned to the studio to start recording their next album as reported by the band’s drummer Ray Luzier.

The band’s last record, ‘The Serenity Of Suffering‘, was released in 2016. It marked their 12th full-length studio release since forming in 1993.

In May, frontman Jonathan Davis said that Korn were “gonna get together as a band in July and start putting their ideas together in the studio and start working on it.”


Luzier’s Instagram post shows the drummer behind his kit with a caption: “Great day of tracking at Rock Falcon Studios”. The hashtags on the post also reveal that the photo was taken by the band’s guitarist James Shaffer and the album is going to be produced by studio owner Nick Raskulinecz.

Check out the photo below.

Davis said back in May that the band were eyeing a summer 2019 release for the new album.

“It’s in the future, definitely,” he said. “When I get back after this European [solo] run, I start writing vocals for the stuff that they’ve done. We’re gonna keep working through the year, so hopefully we’ll have it out, probably, this time next year.”

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Meanwhile, Marilyn Manson revealed that he used to piss on the food at catering when he toured with Danzig and Korn.

This year, Jonathan Davis released his debut solo album ‘Black Labyrinth’ – a stylistic heel-turn of a record, which finds the one-time nu-metal icon embracing texture and world music like never before.