TonyBAug 5, 2007Definitely different and as an "Old School" fan, I loved the influences from Mr. Bungle. I have loved Korn for longest time and for what it is worth, I am proud of this album. Great Work!… Expand
gabrielmAug 14, 2007best
KiernanS.Jan 9, 2008I am a more recent Korn fan, I didn't ever really listen to them until a few years ago, when I heard some stuff from SYOTOS. I love this band, and that album, as well as Untitled. I think a lot of old Korn fans are missing one key point - that musicians and bands always change over time. I have Korn's greatest hits, and although it's ok, I don't especially like any of the songs on it (except for the first two, the new ones on the album, and "make me bad"). I think that the old Korn fans need to realize that their day has passed, and that Korn has changed along with it. Is the world exactly the same now as it was 12 years ago? No! It's all point of view - Korn has changed their music to fit new feelings, a new time period, and a new generation of fans. The band is different now than it was before, and it won't be going back - but that;s the nature of music. Old Korn fans need to realize that the band doesn't just all of a sudden suck, but instead they are a new sound for a new audience.… Expand
ClausW.Mar 8, 2008This album, is a step up from 2005's "See You On The Other Side" and it's quite sad to see people complaining all the time, about how the band has gone downhill and I have to disagree with all of you. Expect to hear good quality music from Korn in the near future.… Expand
jimsJul 21, 2008This album is not the best cd in the world but there are good songs on it like Evolution, Innocent Bystander, Killing and others and I got it for 10$ at Wal-mart and i think its worth it but if you want to buy a KoRn cd their other ones are better… Expand
Sep 2, 2013Maybe the softest Korn album (not a bad thing). The overall sound of the album is very cool, however the problem is that while it is a cool sound, there are very few tracks that stand out.
"Starting Over", "Evolution", "Hold On", "Innocent Bystander" and "Killing" are the only songs that really make me want go back for another listen. 5 out of 13 tracks (not very good). The rest of the songs are dull and the Intro to the album is very cliche.
I really wish they would've been able to come up with more memorable songs with this album because the album was a good idea and had potential, just poor execution.
Anyhow I would still suggest picking it up, maybe you'll find more memorable tracks then I did.
FYI: There is a bonus track on some editions called "Sing Sorrow" and that is a very good song. I'm surprised it didn't make the regular album.… Expand
michaelcJul 30, 2007Their music has always been cold and soulless and this is no exception.
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