Tuesday, July 20, 2010
album. Unfortunately I don't think i could generate enough bodily fluids to effectively display my disdain for this drab album of retro 90's nonsense. "Remember Who You Are" would have been good advice when they went into the studio. This turned out to be a bland and dull outing for a band that tends to kick things up a notch when plugged in. Korn's Untitled at least had the track "Evolution" that one could walk away with, but this leaves the listener with nothing new, fresh or innovative. The trademark vocal work from Jonathan Davis is emotional enough to convey his feelings, but that spark of youth and spontaneity to his deliver has faded away... along with my patience for this band. For fans of Korn, it's probably more of the same, and that's fine for most. I just lost interest in this album 2 tracks in. I didn't even bother watching the bonus DVD on the Special Edition, because frankly, I just don't give a damn enough about the music to sit through in-studio recording sessions.
Posted by : Fawlty Koffee : at 7:50 PM