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The Path of Totality


The Path of Totality

The nu - metal pioneers veer in a dubstep direction on their 10th studio album

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  1. 8.0 |   Q

    Their boldest and best album for years. Print edition only

  2. 7.0 |   PopMatters

    [A] surprisingly good genre-crossover experiment
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  3. 7.0 |   Spin

    Dubstep's slithering textures actually suit Davis' demented croon
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  4. 7.0 |   musicOMH

    Overall quite an interesting and largely rewarding proposition
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  5. 6.0 |   Consequence Of Sound

    Feels culturally authentic and trendy, while at the same time, pounding enough for mosh pits and dance floors alike
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  6. 6.0 |   Evening Standard

    For the most part it's just the usual emotionally overwrought, rocket-propelled Korn fare, with a few beats stapled on as an afterthought, but it's not a disaster
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  7. 6.0 |   NME

    Basically a string of hook-ups with the likes of dubstep betrayer Skrillex, are predictably patchy, but when it works, like on club stomper ‘Get Up!’, it really works
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  8. 6.0 |   The Irish Times

    Metal and drum and bass sound like horrific bedfellows in theory but, surprisingly, this isn’t all bad
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  9. 5.0 |   The Digital Fix

    A pretty flat record with little going for it; the majority of the tracks blur into one another in a haze of over-zealous digital mimicry
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  10. 5.0 |   BBC

    Once the novelty of the squelching, space-aged din they’ve birthed fades, what’s apparent is how little Korn have to say for themselves these days
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  11. 3.0 |   Prefix

    While the album certainly captures the youthful energy of the neo-dubstep sound, it still sounds quite dated
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  12. 2.0 |   The Skinny

    Filled to buggery with pointless robot noises and ultrahardcore WUB WUB WUB-ines
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  13. 1.0 |   No Ripcord

    Ugly and spectacularly stupid at the same time, and even more damningly, when compared to this year's other unlikely metal collaboration, it makes Lulu seem like the height of good taste
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  14. 0.0 |   A.V. Club

    Davis and company have once again confronted themselves with the perplexing, existential dilemma: What is this Korn thing that we do? Too bad the answer is, they have no fucking clue
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Korn: The Path of Totality

  • Download full album for just £10.49
  • 1. Chaos Lives In Everything (feat. Skrillex) £0.99
  • 2. Kill Mercy Within (feat. Noisia) £0.99
  • 3. My Wall (feat. Excision) £0.99
  • 4. Narcissistic Cannibal (feat. Skrillex & Kill The Noise) £0.99
  • 5. Illuminati (feat. Excision and Downlink) £0.99
  • 6. Burn The Obedient (feat. Noisia) £0.99
  • 7. Sanctuary (feat. Downlink) £0.99
  • 8. Let's Go (feat. Noisia) £0.99
  • 9. Get Up! (feat. Skrillex) £0.99
  • 10. Way Too Far (feat. 12th Planet & Flinch) £0.99
  • 11. Bleeding Out (feat. Feed Me) £0.99
  • 12. Fuels The Comedy (feat. Kill The Noise) £0.99
  • 13. Tension (feat. Excision, Datsik and Downlink) £0.99
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