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Album Review

More than anything, Korn are about sound. They write songs, but those wind up not being nearly as memorable as their lurching metallic hip-hop grind. They have yet to exhaust that sound, and that's why their third album, Follow the Leader, is an effective follow-up to their first two alt-metal landmarks. Not that it offers anything new — it's the same sound, offered in a more focused forum than Life Is Peachy, but not sounding as fresh as Korn. In fact, it begins to wear a little thin toward the end of the album, but guitarists Head Welch and Munky Shaffer find enough tonal variations over the course of the album to keep it interesting, and vocalist Jonathan Davis nearly matches them with his cavalcade of voices. If the songs themselves don't leave much of an impression, it's because they're not supposed to — they're simply vehicles for the metallic grind, which provides all the visceral rush any Korn fan needs.

Customer Reviews

Follow the leader.

Pour être totalement honnête, je n'ai jamais vraiment aimé Follow the Leader. Même s’il s'agit du plus gros succès commercial du groupe, je ne l'ai jamais trouvé exceptionnel. Cet album a marqué une certaine expérimentation pour le groupe avec des chansons Hip Hop (genre musical que je n'aime pas vraiment) telles que; Children of The Korn (avec Ice Cube), all in the Familly (avec Fred Durst ) et Cameltosis (avec Tre Hardson). Pour la faire courte , je trouve que c'est l'album le plus sur estimé de toute la carrière de Korn. Mais il n'y a pas que du mauvais, les chansons telles que; ''Freak on The Leash'' ''Got the Life'' ''Dead Bodies Everywhere'' ainsi que ''Justin'' sont les bonnes pièces de l'album. En résumé, c'est l'album de Korn qui m'a le plus déçu.


C'est un de leur excellent album, les fans de la première heure du groupe n'ont pas tous apprécier cette album à cause des titres hip hop et rap mais il garde quand même un côté nu métal

Could've been a new metal classic

Sadly this album is tarnished by 3 dated rap metal pieces of crap!!! (all in the family,children of the korn and cameltosis) my recommendation is to buy the ten other tracks,pretend the other 3 never happened and you'll have the album that I always thought they should have made! This gets off to an amazing start with the first 4 tracks! It's on,freak on a leash, got the life and dead bodies everywhere! Arguably the strongest lead off on any korn album!!! It continues to roll of some really good tracks and closes with perhaps the best closer in korn history, my gift to you!!! Like I said if you ignore the 3 pieces of crap you'll have a darn fine album!!!


Formed: 1992 in Bakersfield, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Korn's cathartic alternative metal sound positioned the group among the most popular and provocative to emerge during the post-grunge era of the late '90s. The band began their existence as the Bakersfield, California-based metal band LAPD, which included guitarists James "Munky" Shaffer and Brian "Head" Welch, bassist Reginald "Fieldy" Arvizu, and drummer David Silveria. After issuing an LP in 1993, the members of LAPD crossed paths with Jonathan Davis, a mortuary science student moonlighting as...
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