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It was the first record we self-produced and recorded at my house. I don’t connect to that record
Take a Look in the Mirror is the sixth studio album by American nu metal band Korn, and is the last studio album to feature their full original lineup, as Brian "Head" Welch departed the band in February 2005 until his return in 2013 (with the release of The Paradigm Shift ). It was also the last studio album by Korn under the Epic and Immortal labels
The fifth album of Korn, named "Untouchables" was a very different Korn as we all know. The vocals were melodies, the music was way softer and the tracks were manipulated by their record label. After that album Korn decided to do an album without listening to what the record labels want
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Urge Overkill Reenter. Take A Look In The Mirror. In response, Korn have circled the wagons and self-produced their best album to date, refining the formula to a black-cancer marmalade of corrosive riffs, fist-flying rhythms, gothic-carnival atmospheres and toxic vocals. Shut up! I’ll fuck you up! goes a typical shoutalong. When not howling like a werewolf caught in a cyclone, Jonathan Davis manages some surprisingly haunting verses and even squeezes out a plaintive bagpipe solo. Davis hasn’t traded self-pity for self-reflection, but he is screaming fuck you with greater precision. In This Article: Korn