The Path of Totality

Korn - The Path of Totality
Critic Score
Based on 11 reviews
2011 Ratings: #896 / 907
User Score
Based on 38 ratings
2011 Ratings: #244
December 6, 2011 / Release Date
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Roadrunner / Label
Nu Metal / Genres
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You can't make me
Korn, what the hell happened here?
This is the first time I genuinely don't even want to talk about an album. This is also the first time that I have actually hated a Korn album. I may have given them low scores in the past, but nothing compares to my levels of anger having listened to this album.
Korn is a band who I personally believe to be extremely talented. This album proved to me that they were willing to throw away all of that talent in order to go with a more dubstep sound, trying to ... read more
The Nu Metal and Dubstep Sounds Do Clash on this Album but at least we got Get Up and Narcissistic Cannibal.
By far their worst album in their discography. The lyrical content I feel is the worst to come from frontman Jonathan Davis. It feels like KoRn just got bored and was like "fuck it let's do some new shit and call it experimental". Though I do feel Davis' voice fits pretty well into the dubstep production of this album, I also feel like each track is just a chorus looped over and over. I haven't listened to this album since it's release and I rediscover exactly why I didn't visit ... read more
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Track List

  1. Chaos Lives In Everything (Featuring Skrillex) 
  2. Kill Mercy Within (Featuring Noisia) 
  3. My Wall (Featuring Excision) 
  4. Narcissistic Cannibal (Featuring Skrillex and Kill The Noise) 
  5. Illuminati (Featuring Excision and Downlink) 
  6. Burn The Obedient (Featuring Noisia) 
  7. Sanctuary (Featuring Downlink) 
  8. Let's Go (Featuring Noisia) 
  9. Get Up! (Featuring Skrillex) 
  10. Way Too Far (Featuring 12th Planet) 
  11. Bleeding Out (Featuring Feed Me)
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Added on: December 5, 2011