Korn ratchets up the online tease with a glimpse of drums from new music - Knotfest

Korn ratchets up the online tease with a glimpse of drums from new music

Posted by Ramon Gonzales in News on January 6, 2022

The band’s site features the words, “Pulling away this veil I see….” and offers intrigued fans a snippet download of Ray Luzier’s drum track.

Among the most anticipated album releases of 2022, Korn has set the internet ablaze back in November when the band announced their latest full length would arrive on February 4th via Loma Vista Recordings.

Introducing Requiem, the eagerly-awaited follow-up to the 2019 juggernaut in The Nothing, the nu-metal innovators dropped “Start The Healing,” – an emotive single anchored by the synchronized stringwork of James Munky Shaffer and Brian Head Welch and completed by a powerhouse vocal showing from the unparalleled Jonathan Davis.

Now it looks as though the band are ready to unveil another piece of Requiem’s puzzle as the band have launched a revamped website that offers a cryptic reveal hinting another single might be on the horizon. The KORN website features a night-sky illuminated by moonlight that is obscured with tree branches. Centered on the site are six rotating anatomic hearts that have faces. The eyes of those faces are covered by a gripping hand. Currently, only one icon currently is light a different color – suggesting there is an incremental review.

At the very bottom of the site are the words, “Pulling away this veil I see…” Fans can move their cursor over the world and click to received an audio file download titled ‘NOW’. The file sounds like an isolated drum recording, presumably of Ray Luzier’s contribution on a track titled “Now”.

Check the band’s website to further add to the speculation. The tease culminates on February 4th when Korn drops Requiem. Pre-order the album via Loma Vista Recordings – HERE

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