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Watch Korn deliver blistering live version of Cold

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Korn (opens in new tab) have released a live video showcasing their track Cold.

The Sebastien Paquet-directed promo was captured at Korn’s launch event for latest studio album The Nothing (opens in new tab), which arrived in September and was filmed by Paquet, Dayne Malan, Edwin Daboub, Melissa Castro and Luke Schlink.

In Metal Hammer’s track-by-track guide to The Nothing, we described Cold as “undeniably old school from the get-go," adding: "The track showcases each member's talents, digging into the band's earlier sound yet still managing to stay vital and fresh. 

Jonathan Davis (opens in new tab) really goes for it on the vocals with this one displaying some of the most diverse singing in his career thus far – his classic melodies and distinctive scatting juxtaposed against some seriously seething growls and wailing that's so spot on it could be mistaken for a synth.

“It's the perfect balance of Korn-shaped funky chugs, crushing, frenzied breakdowns and powerful, stadium-ready choruses.”

In October, Korn announced a joint North American tour (opens in new tab) with Breaking Benjamin which will kick off at Allentown’s PPL Center on January 23 and wrap up at Fresno’s Save Mart Center on March 1.

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Korn: The Nothing (opens in new tab)
Korn return with The Nothing – their first album since 2016's The Serenity Of Suffering. The record features the lead tracks You'll Never Find MeCold and Can You Hear Me.

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