Korn – Korn III: Remember Who You Are (2010)
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- play_circle_outlineOildale (Leave Me Alone)
- play_circle_outlinePop a Pill
- play_circle_outlineFear Is a Place to Live
- play_circle_outlineMove On
- play_circle_outlineLead the Parade
- play_circle_outlineLet the Guilt Go
- play_circle_outlineThe Past
- play_circle_outlineNever Around
- play_circle_outlineAre You Ready to Live?
- play_circle_outlineHolding All These Lies
Korn III: Remember Who You Are is the ninth studio album by the American nu metal band Korn, released on July 13, 2010. Unlike Korn’s following albums, the album was recorded as a four-piece band and using no Pro Tools or editing. Vocalist Jonathan Davis stated that the album is “simple” due to the absence of the multi-layered effect present in the band’s other albums; Davis added that the album is “about the vibe.” The album features a return to their roots. The band hired producer Ross Robinson, who had produced Korn’s first two albums, while drummer Ray Luzier was appointed a permanent member of the band (Luzier was formerly a “fill-in” drummer).