Favorite Korn Album – Readers Poll
Korn have quite an impressive musical history that has now spanned 20 years. The band has never really slowed down, cranking out 11 studio albums during that period. Some Korn albums are more beloved than others, but what we want to know is which Korn album is your favorite.
The band started with their 1994 self-titled release, best known for the singles 'Blind' and 'Shoots and Ladders.' In 1996, they returned with 'Life Is Peachy' which gave us 'No Place to Hide' and 'A.D.I.D.A.S' among others. They really broke out commercially with 1998's 'Follow the Leader,' which spawned the radio hits 'Got the Life' and 'Freak on a Leash.' Keeping the momentum going, they finished out the '90s with 1999's 'Issues' disc, which featured 'Falling Away From Me,' 'Make Me Bad' and 'Somebody Someone.'
As the 2000s began, Korn dropped 'Untouchables' in 2002. 'Here to Stay' and 'Thoughtless' were the big songs off that disc. 2003's 'Take a Look in the Mirror' gave us 'Did My Time,' 'Right Now' and 'Y'All Want a Single.' After cranking out a greatest hits album, the band continued their original releases with 2005's 'See You on the Other Side,' which yielded 'Twisted Transistor' and 'Coming Undone.' In 2007, now minus drummer David Silveria and guitarist Brian 'Head' Welch, the band issued their untitled album which featured 'Evolution' and 'Hold On.'
Starting another decade, Korn issued 'Korn III: Remember Who You Are' in 2010. The disc featured 'Oildale' and 'Let the Guilt Go,' but wasn't one of their bigger albums. Sensing a need for a change, 2011's 'The Path of Totality' included the dubstep influenced 'Get Up' and 'Narcissistic Cannibal.' And, in 2013, things changed again with the return of guitarist Brian "Head" Welch. 'The Paradigm Shift' arrived, bolstered with the singles 'Never Never' and 'Love & Meth.'
That's a lot of great music from Korn, but which album do you rank as their best? Vote for your favorite Korn album in the Readers Poll below: