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Korn: Hoots Bloody Hoots

Interview by Steffan Chirazi, Kerrang!, 11 January 1997

To celebrate the New Year, KORN singer Jonathan Davis has invited Kerrang! onto his gleaming tour bus. Here, he is first going to whip out ...

Metallica, Korn: Arco Arena, Sacramento, CA 5/5

Live Review by Steffan Chirazi, Kerrang!, 18 January 1997


Lollapalooza: Coral Sky Amphitheater, West Palm Beach, Florida

Live Review by Will Hermes, Spin, September 1997

"DO YOU WANNA see the first band, or do you wanna see me jump to my death?" a paunchy MC bellowed from a perch atop ...

Korn: This is Hard Skin

Report and Interview by Steven Wells, New Musical Express, 19 September 1998

OK, Yank metalheads Korn might not be named after a foot complaint, but they are definitely hot-blooded hetero rawk muthas, right?! Why else would they ...

Harvest of Sorrow: Korn: Follow The Leader (Immortal/Epic)

Review by RJ Smith, Spin, October 1998

For millions of kids, Korn's house of pain feels like a home away from home. ...

Korn: Scream Of The Crop

Interview by Ian Watson, Melody Maker, 15 May 1999

Korn's angst-ridden Jonathan Davis is the nearest thing America has to Richey Manic. We meet him on the road in the States and hear tales ...

They love bands called Snot and Orgy and dress like S&M fans. Welcome to nu metal

Report by Dave Simpson, The Guardian, 20 December 1999

Dave Simpson tunes into the latest pop cult ...

Korn: "I once did coke off The Bible"

Interview by Robin Bresnark, Melody Maker, 17 May 2000

Before Korn's huge shows this week, we got them to tell us their favourite tour stories. It's not all fruit up drummers' arses and drugs. ...

Korn: Meet The Sickest Band In The World

Interview by Paul Elliott, Q, July 2002

Why is this man laughing? Because he's sold 15 million albums, dissected 5000 corpses and forged an army of metal zombies in his own image. ...

Korn: O2 Academy Brixton, London

Live Review by Stevie Chick, The Guardian, 24 August 2017

Bombastic, brutish riffs and snarling frontman Jonathan Davis combine to deliver authentic thrills of the skull-cracking kind. ...


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