Korn may have revitalized their career somewhat with the dubstep heavy 'The Path of Totality' album, but what does that mean for their next disc? Guitarist James "Munky' Shaffer tells the Phoenix New Times that he envisions the return of more guitar-heavy music, though electronics will still factor in.
Brian 'Head' Welch joined Korn live onstage for the first time in seven years on May 5 -- playing 'Blind' with the band at the Carolina Rebellion festival in Rockingham, N.C. Now, it seems like a more permanent reunion may be a possibility. In a new interview, Korn guitarist James 'Munky' Shaffer revealed that he, and perhaps the entire band, is open to the idea.
Korn's Munky on New Album and the State of Rock
For those of us who rushed home from school each day to catch MTV's 'Total Request Live,' we know all too well about the dominance of the '90s boy band craze. Each and every week for six months, the Backstreet Boys and N*Sync populated the No. 1 and No. 2 spots on the request show - consistently leaving Korn to linger at No. 3.