KORN: New Audio Interview With FIELDY
Fatguy and Jave Patterson of Anchorage, Alaska's KZND radio station conducted an interview with KORN bassist Reginald "Fieldy" Arvizu at last weekend's Rock On The Range festival in Columbus, Ohio. You can listen to the chat using the audio player below.
KORN has joined the ranks of other world-famous Sony Music artists with the release of "The Essential Korn". The two-disc, 29-song collection features classics from the band such as "Blind", "Shoots & Ladders", "Got The Life", "Freak On A Leash", "Falling Away From Me", "Here To Stay", "Alone I Break", "Did My Time" and many more, including the recent "Oildale (Leave Me Alone)" from the band's latest effort, "Korn III: Remember Who You Are".
KORN has actually not been with Sony Music for its last three albums. It signed with Sony in 1994 and issued its last record through the company, "Take A Look In The Mirror", in 2003.
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