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Watch the 12-Year-Old Son of Metallica’s Robert Trujillo Play His First Show With Korn

Poor Fieldy. Korn's enlistment of Metallica bassist Robert Trujillo's 12-year-old son Tye as a replacement bass player for the nu-metal giants' South American tour may…
Winston Cook-Wilson / April 18, 2017

Metallica Bassist Robert Trujillo’s 12 Year-Old Son to Tour With Korn

Tye Trujillo, the 12 year-old son of Metallica’s Robert Trujillo, will soon be touring with Korn, Blabbermouth reports. According to a statement from Korn, bassist…
Peter Helman, Stereogum / April 9, 2017

The 40 Best Nu-Metal Covers of Pop Songs

If you've been paying attention to Billboard's Hot 100 chart recently, you might see a surprising combination of artist and title ascending its way up…
SPIN Staff / April 27, 2016

Marilyn Manson Planning Acoustic Material with Korn’s Jonathan Davis

Marilyn Manson may be about to head out on tour with the Smashing Pumpkins, but in a Reddit AMA last week he let word slip…
Colin Joyce / June 30, 2015

Watch Korn Reunite With ‘Head’ in Intimate Tour Documentary

Korn return with their 11th album proper this week (October 8). Paradigm Shift made SPIN's list of the 50 Fall Albums You've Gotta Hear not only because…
Chris Martins / October 7, 2013

Korn’s Jonathan Davis on Addiction, Head’s Return, and Lessons from the Satanic Bible

When vocalist Jonathan Davis opened up Korn's 1994 debut single, "Blind," by growling, "Arrre youu ready?!" it wasn't so much a question as it was fair…
Kory Grow / October 7, 2013

SPIN’s 50 Fall Albums That You Gotta Hear

School is back in session. The crops are being gathered. The pigskin ritual is afoot. And once again, we await the return of the Great…
SPIN Staff / September 3, 2013

In Their Right Place: Ranking 10 Radiohead ‘Creep’ Covers (Plus One Bonus Clip!)

Twenty years ago today (February 22), Radiohead released Pablo Honey, their mostly unremarkable debut album that nonetheless features the song that put the band on the…
Chris Martins / February 22, 2013

Hear Korn Frontman Jonathan Davis’ New EDM Project Killbot

Fresh off Korn's surprising-but-totally-understandable new dubstep direction that earned them a spot in our Top 20 Metal Albums of 2011, frontman Jonathan Davis has started…
Christopher R. Weingarten / September 28, 2012

In Their Right Place: Ranking 10 Radiohead ‘Creep’ Covers

Twenty years ago yesterday, Radiohead released the song that put them on the map in a big, big way. Oddly enough, it was an incredibly…
Chris Martins / September 22, 2012

Muse Hint at Dubsteppy New Direction in ‘2nd Law’ Teaser

Muse have officially announced the release of their sixth studio album, which they started recording in November (a much faster turnaround than No Doubt's studio…
Devon Maloney / June 6, 2012

Photek: Dubstep = Rock and the Birth of Drum and Bass

This week, the veteran producer Rupert Parkes, a.k.a. Photek, releases his DJ-Kicks mix to American audiences. But listeners boning up on his "two swords technique"
Philip Sherburne / April 5, 2012

Lana Del Rey Steals Late-Night Spotlight From Nas, Evanescence, Korn

Remember earlier this week, when everybody was in an eloquent, must-read tizzy about Lana Del Rey? Well, the seductive singer's Born to Die is on…
Marc Hogan / February 3, 2012

Review: Korn, ‘The Path of Totality’

Describing the impetus for last year's willfully stripped-down Remember Who You Are, Korn frontman Jonathan Davis told me that he'd asked himself a question after…
Mikael Wood / November 30, 2011
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