KORN's Version Of MORBID ANGEL's 'God Of Emptiness' To Surface On Upcoming Covers CD

KORN frontman Jonathan Davis has told Berlin's heavy metal show "Stahlwerk" on Radio Fritz that the band will begin work on their new album in January 2005. The writing and recording process is expected to take up to six months, with a projected release date of fall 2005. There are also plans for the group to release an album of covers, which may or may not include KORN's previously recorded versions of METALLICA's "One" and MORBID ANGEL's "God of Emptiness", among other selections. However, Davis stressed that the new album will take top priority during the coming months as the band prepare to issue the effort on their own after fulfilling their seven-album deal with Epic Records with the recent release of a greatest-hits collection. "Our label did nothing but produce and ship our CDs. The rest we did by ourselves," Jonathan said.

(Thanks: Jakob Kranz / Stahlwerk)

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