It's hard to classify Korn, the band that broke out of Bakersfield, CA, in 1995 and crashed categories and convention to create a new sound in music. Sometimes called new metal, other times rap metal, thrash, pimp rock, and almost any combination of the above, the band's hybrid music seems to be a direct descendant of Metallica (who they're touring with early this summer) with a little funk and hip-hop flavor layered onto its metal core. Beyond Korn's musical eclecticism, embraced ...

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