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Rock News: Korn to return to their roots for next album
Korn is hard at work on their fourth studio album, hoping to continue the success they gained from their latest album, but keeping long time fans happy as well. 

Korn front man, Jonathan Davis, recently told MTV that the band plans to return to the sound of their first album. What does that mean? According to Jonathan the new album will be heavier than the Follow the Leader. 

This is not to say they are going backwards, the band feels they have grown musically since they recorded their last studio record. They are just out to capture the heavier edge of their debut. 

Korn has once again enlisted the help of Brendan O'Brien to produce the record. O'Brien is also working on Rage Against the Machine's new album. (See Rage Against the Machine completes new album)

Love 'em or Hate 'em it is hard to argue that Korn is one of Today's hottest bands. This new album promises to be as successful as their last. 

No word yet on the release of the new Korn album, but we will keep you posted. 

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