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Korn

‘The Path of Totality’

By Steve Morse
Globe Correspondent / December 6, 2011
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Once shunned as outcasts, Korn now lives the good life after selling 35 million albums and winning two Grammys. Yet angst-addicted frontman Jonathan Davis still sings on this new project that “there’s nothing left but open sores.’’’ His shtick is getting tired (this is the band’s tenth album), but at least he and his comrades make an attempt to update their sound. Alas, the experiment fails. Korn comes off as desperately trendy and gets lost in the electronics.

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