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. To commemorate the momentous last 12 months, the band recently launched a retrospective docuseries that looks back on the alt-metal godfathers' 2019 LP, The Nothing, and the turbulence and triumph around it. Episode one looked at their stage production and the song "You'll Never Find Me." Episode two pulled back the curtain on the Alice in Chains tour, which also featured Underoath, the Fever 333 and Ho99o9. The latest installment takes the series to its emotional apex so far, diving deep into the making of The Nothing, which saw frontman Jonathan Davis purging his grief over the recent death of wife Devin. The singer and his bandmates open about the experience of turning such dark times into "beautiful art," as guitarist Brian "Head" Welch puts it, amid intercut behind-the-scenes footage of Davis working in the studio. Watch above.
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