KORN: New Album Track Listing Revealed

The complete track listing has been revealed for KORN's eighth studio album, due on July 31 via Virgin Records. The untitled CD was produced by KORN's "See You On The Other Side" producer Atticus Ross (Ross is also known for his revolutionary work with NIN). In releasing an album with no title singer Jonathan Davis commented, "We didn't want to label this album. It has no boundaries; it has no limits and why not just let our fans call it whatever they wanna call it?" The track listing is as follows:

01. Starting Over
02. Bitch We Got a Problem
03. Evolution
04. Do What They Say
05. Innocent Bystander
06. I Will Protect You
07. Hold On
08. Ever Be
09. Hushabye
10. Love and Luxury
11. Killing
12. Kiss

KORN fan site Kornspace has posted several photos from the video shoot for the group's new single, "Evolution", featuring the band's current touring drummer, Joey Jordison of SLIPKNOT. Directing the clip is Dave Meyers, who previously worked with KORN on the video for "Twisted Transistor". Check out the pictures at this location.

According to the "Evolution" casting call sheet, the video will be "filled with political satire and humor."

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The production team was seeking mostly male actors to play such characters as "hero scientists," religious politicians, doctors, green peace guys, anthropologists, military men and "government types."

On the topic of the "Evolution" single, KORN frontman Jonathan Davis recently said, "'Evolution' is about us as a human race. We have not evolved since monkeys. Animals and humans are pretty much the same. Look at this war we're fighting; we're the bullies — same shit in the monkey world."

Video footage of KORN's performance at the Norwegian Wood festival on Friday, June 15 has been posted online at this location.

Norway's VG TV has uploaded a brand new video interview with KORN bassist Reginald "Fieldy" Arvizu, conducted on Friday prior to the band's appearance at the Norwegian Wood festival. Watch the five-minute clip at this location.


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