Stream the New Korn Album The Serenity of Suffering in Full
Korn bassist Fieldy is currently working on an instrumental jazz fusion album which promises to be the greatest record ever made, but in the meantime we’ll all have to settle for Korn’s The Serenity of Suffering, which Jonathan Davis recently said is crucial in these hard, hard times because “people missed musicianship.”
Wow, get a load of the sentence. This is the world we live in.
Look, MetalSucks has been in existence for almost 10 years now and our position — that of Axl and Vince, that is — on Korn has never wavered. However, Kelsey Chapstick recently attended a Korn show in New Jersey and described it as one of the best live experiences she’d ever had. And on the way to that show, the new Korn album was played over the speakers on a bus and she described it as “heavy enough that I’d definitely fuck to it if I had a few beers.”
So maybe you’re more in the Kelsey Chapstick camp than the Axl and Vince camp, and you’ll really love The Serenity of Suffering — or at least admit you’d fuck to it — which comes out today via Roadrunner (order here) and is streaming right now. Check it out below. I’ll certainly give it a listen, too! And, who knows, maybe fuck to it.