The official KORN YouTube channel has been updated with the band's remix of pop superstar Rihanna's "Bitch Better Have My Money" song. Check it out below.
In Rihanna's original "Bitch" video, which was released earlier this month, she kidnaps and torments the wife of an accountant who bilked her, dismembers the accountant, and then lounges, naked and covered in blood, in a box of money. The clip was described by The Atlantic as possibly "the most successfully provocative output from a major star in years, a fact it achieves in large part by hewing to the tropes of mainstream entertainment."
The deluxe reissue of KORN's 2013 album, "The Paradigm Shift: World Tour Edition" (Prospect Park) was made available at Best Buy stores in North America on July 15, 2014. The set featured three brand new songs, including the single "Hater", plus "The Game Is Over" and "So Unfair". In addition, it's been beefed up with a bevy of live tracks recorded all over the globe and expanded artwork.
In honor of the 20th anniversary of its debut album, KORN released a 300-page limited-edition hardcover book that chronicles and celebrates the band's history.
"Korn: 1994-2014 Photo Book" contains a bunch of photos from the KORN archives, as well as entries from the band about their 20-year journey.
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