2019 has been a banner year for Korn. They co-headlined a big summer tour with Alice in Chains then dropped one of the best records of their career, The Nothing. To commemorate the momentous last 12 months, the band recently launched a retrospective docuseries that looks back on the alt-metal godfathers' 2019 LP and the turbulence and triumph around it. Across episodes one-through-five, the band broke down their current live production, pulled back the veil on the AIC run, discussed the personal tragedy behind particular new songs, and more. In the sixth and final installment, singer Jonathan Davis and Co. dive deep into The Nothing standouts, "Cold," one of the LP's heaviest cuts, and "Can You Hear Me," which was originally as a Davis solo tune before the band "Kornized" it. The group also look ahead to 2020, which the vocalist says is already all scheduled out. Watch above, and catch up on the full docuseries below.
See Korn Break Down "Cold" and "Can You Hear Me," Look Ahead to 2020
Alt-metal veterans wrap up 2019 docuseries
Meet Nashville straightedge crew forged in nu-metal and personal trauma
How the melodic hardcore upstarts made the album to match the hype
New Orleans sludge godfather talks expanding horizons, making a classic
"He lived 50 years worth in his 28"
Remembering Keith Flint, Lorna Doom, Roky Erickson and more
Vocalist-guitarist sings praises of Nick Cave, Tool, Billie Eilish, more
Industrial hardcore crew shout out Knocked Loose, Fuming Mouth, more
Bassist sings praises of Tool, Whitechapel, Torche and many more