Nu-metal veterans Korn have just released the music video for 'Narcissistic Cannibal,' the second single from their upcoming metal/dub-step album 'The Path of Totality.' The collaboration between Korn, Skrillex and Kill the Noise inspired a very trippy video, which depicts a nightmare road lined with tanks, heavenly bodies and a tunnel made from a human head.

The video for 'Narcissistic Cannibal' was just released exclusively on Revolver.com. The video switches between Korn playing the song onstage and graphic animation that looks like Monty Python from hell. The band recruited fans to help with the filming of the performance half of the video. The first 125 to click "I'm Attending" on the video shoot's Facebook event page were added to the entry list at the video shoot's location, The Roxy in Hollywood, Calif.

'Robot Chicken' animators ShadowMachine Films produced 'Narcissistic Cannibal,' lending their trademark stop-motion skills to create the strange roadside attractions. The random nature of the animation fits well with the song, accentuating the experimental path Korn took for their latest album.

Korn's 10th album, 'The Path to Totality,' is set to be released on Dec. 6. Fans can pre-order the album at iTunes now.

Click on the Image Below to Watch Korn's 'Narcissistic Cannibal' Video