Korn

Food

KoЯn Makes Artisanal Nü Metal Coffee Now, Get Used to It

The 00s-angst-rock Beatles have also partnered up to release branded wares at Umami Burger and Urban Outfitters.
Luke Winkie
10.10.18
Noisey

The Story of Indigo Ranch, the Improbably Beautiful Birthplace of Nu Metal

For six years, a 60-acre ranch in Malibu reverberated with some of the harshest music ever put to tape. Then it all burned to the ground.
Andy Hermann
8.27.18
Premieres

Korn's "Black Is the Soul" Video Is Creepy but Weirdly Pleasant

Head like a literal hole.
Phil Witmer
6.6.17
Internet Exploring

The U.S. Department of Defense Hates Butt-Rock, Apparently

Korn, Nickelback, and Creed were classified as "Terrible Rock Groups" in an internal memo.
Phil Witmer
2.17.17
Noisey News

Haim Discusses Their Upcoming Summer Album and How They're Going to Kick 2017 in the Nuts

“I played a fretless five-string [bass], and I haven’t played a fretless five-string since I was a 12-year-old listening to Korn.” - Este Haim
Noisey Staff
12.20.16
Op-Eds

Let's Talk About the 2017 Metal Performance Grammy Noms

For better or for worse, the Grammys are finally paying attention to heavy metal.
Kim Kelly
12.6.16
VICE News Tonight on HBO

Watch The Black Keys' Patrick Carney review Korn

"What the fuck was that?"
VICE News
11.9.16
Interviews

Nu Religion: I Went to AA with Korn’s Head and Found Redemption

Watch the band's new video for "Take Me," and bear witness to guitarist Brian "Head" Welch's journey through addiction and nu-metal.
John Hill
10.26.16
Make this

How to Make the Preferred Corn Dish of KoЯn Fans

Creamy, crunchy, spicy elote is what you should be eating this weekend, with or without a side of nü metal.
Munchies Staff
6.11.16
Holy Shit

Celestial Trax Made the Weirdest Remix of Korn's "Freak On a Leash"

Forever a freak.
John Hill
1.30.16
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Are You Rrrrready (for Marriage)? This Korn Fan Proposed to His Girlfriend in Front of the Band

True love never dies.
John Hill
11.11.15
Deep Ass Questions

How Did a Dildo-Swinging, Flame-Throwing Rock Band Like Rammstein Become a Global Powerhouse?

A new documentary, 'Rammstein In Amerika', attempts to explain how six weird dudes from East Berlin turned their scary music into millions upon millions of album sales.
Thea De Gallier
9.30.15
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