Korn ‎– The Path Of Totality

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1686-177282 Korn The Path Of Totality(CD, Album) Roadrunner Records 1686-177282 US 2011 Sell This Version
none Korn The Path Of Totality(11xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Roadrunner Records none 2011
none Korn The Path Of Totality(13xFile, AAC, Album, S/Edition, 256) Roadrunner Records none US 2011
none Korn The Path Of Totality(13xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Roadrunner Records none 2011
RR7728-2, 1686-17728-2 Korn The Path Of Totality(CD, Album) Roadrunner Records, Roadrunner Records RR7728-2, 1686-17728-2 Europe 2011 Sell This Version
4690355003588 Korn The Path Of Totality(CD, Album) Никитин, Roadrunner Records 4690355003588 Russia 2011 Sell This Version
RR7728-2 Korn The Path Of Totality(CD, Album) Roadrunner Records RR7728-2 Australia 2011 Sell This Version
1686-17728-2 Korn The Path Of Totality(CD, Album) Roadrunner Records, Warner Music Argentina 1686-17728-2 Argentina 2011 Sell This Version
1686-17728-2 Korn The Path Of Totality(CD, Album) Roadrunner Records 1686-17728-2 Indonesia 2011 Sell This Version
RR7728-2, 1686-17728-2 Korn The Path Of Totality(CD, Album) Roadrunner Records, Roadrunner Records RR7728-2, 1686-17728-2 Ukraine 2011 Sell This Version
1686-17728-2 Korn The Path Of Totality(CD, Album) Roadrunner Records 1686-17728-2 Canada 2011 Sell This Version
RR7728-5 Korn The Path Of Totality(CD, Album + DVD-V + Ltd, Dig) Roadrunner Records RR7728-5 Australia 2011 Sell This Version
1686-177285 Korn The Path Of Totality(CD, Album + DVD-V + Ltd, Dig) Roadrunner Records 1686-177285 Canada 2011 Sell This Version
1686-177285 Korn The Path Of Totality(CD, Album + DVD-V + Ltd, Dig) Roadrunner Records 1686-177285 US 2011 Sell This Version
RR7728-5 Korn The Path Of Totality(CD, Album + DVD-V + S/Edition, Dig) Roadrunner Records RR7728-5 Europe 2011 Sell This Version
WPZR-30424/5 Korn The Path Of Totality(CD, Album + DVD-V, NTSC + Ltd, S/Edition, Dig) Roadrunner Records WPZR-30424/5 Japan 2011 Sell This Version
1686-177284 Korn The Path Of Totality(CD, Album, Cle) Roadrunner Records 1686-177284 US 2011 Sell This Version
WPCR 14276 Korn The Path Of Totality(CD, Album, Promo) Roadrunner Records WPCR 14276 Japan 2011 Sell This Version
1686-177285 Korn The Path Of Totality(CD, Album, Promo + DVD, Promo, NTSC) Roadrunner Records 1686-177285 Argentina 2011 Sell This Version
1686-177285 Korn The Path Of Totality(CD, Album, S/Edition + DVD-V, Album, S/Edition, NT) Roadrunner Records, Warner Music Argentina 1686-177285 Argentina 2011 Sell This Version
1686-177282 Korn The Path Of Totality(CD, Album, Unofficial) Roadrunner Records (6) 1686-177282 Thailand 2011 Sell This Version
RR PROMO 7728 2 Korn The Path Of Totality(CDr, Album, Promo) Roadrunner Records RR PROMO 7728 2 UK 2011 Sell This Version
none Korn The Path Of Totality(CDr, Album, Promo) Roadrunner Records none US 2011 Sell This Version
WPCR-15975 Korn The Path Of Totality(CD, Album, Ltd, Fir) Roadrunner Records WPCR-15975 Japan 2014 Sell This Version
MOVLP2054 Korn The Path Of Totality(LP, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, Sil) Music On Vinyl, Roadrunner Records MOVLP2054 Europe 2018 Sell This Version
1686-177285 Korn The Path Of Totality(CD, Album + DVD-V + S/Edition, Dig) Roadrunner Records 1686-177285 Mexico Unknown Sell This Version

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Pedophile

Pedophile

April 17, 2018
referencing The Path Of Totality, LP, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, Sil, MOVLP2054
I have a feeling this is not a "true 180g" vinyl. It looks and feels thinner than my other 180g vinyl... Regardless, still a good sounding record. Not the best Korn album out there, but this album actually grew on me.
Col_John_J_Rambo

Col_John_J_Rambo

March 30, 2018
referencing The Path Of Totality, LP, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, Sil, MOVLP2054
Korn - See You On The Other Side (2005) DR 12+ 2x 180g Vinyl and make sure it includes all 20 tracks. Then i would buy it :-)
dalemau5

dalemau5

March 8, 2018
referencing The Path Of Totality, LP, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, Sil, MOVLP2054
Now what’s left is See You on the Other Side. Maybe on white vinyl.
TabloidWeasel

TabloidWeasel

October 25, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
referencing The Path Of Totality, CD, Album, 1686-177282

Mixing together nu metal and dubstep is just as exquisite as mixing together vegemite and anchovies; it's horrid in every way.
noizstepper

noizstepper

December 27, 2015
referencing The Path Of Totality, CD, Album, 1686-177282

As a modern metal/crossover band as korn definitaly is the music here differs not that much to the usual stuff of korn. But imo it is allways a gain for musicians to work with other musicians of any different kind of music scenes. I would say the songs sound very fresh and easy, also there are not that much of good tunes and ideas on the album and many songs sound not much different to NIN or Marylin manson. Allthough some outstanding numbers as Narcisstic cannibal or get up as well as the DVD makes this one even more interesting as the following output.
fighuass

fighuass

January 3, 2015
referencing The Path Of Totality, CD, Album + DVD-V + S/Edition, Dig, RR7728-5
Dubstep/Metal Fans beware! Even though this is a solid album, this one isn't really that good compared to other Korn releases. So if you want more Metal, look at their older releases. If you want more Dubstep, I'd recommend looking for Skream or Benga. Enjoy!
xpmule

xpmule

February 1, 2012
referencing The Path Of Totality, CD, Album + DVD-V + S/Edition, Dig, RR7728-5
I read a demo tape review for Korn in Metal Maniacs magazine
and bought their first cd as soon as it hit my local record shop
and ive been listening to and liking every single album since.
Some of them took some time and effort to grow on me, BUT

I gotta say this album just plain sucks.
The best i can say about it is that it is boring.
Its hard to explain you have to hear it..
I laughed and smiled when the Get Up! came on,
i thought this HAS to be a Skrillex song lol
And it was of course when i looked at the title.
Funny thing is i listen to metal and have only heard of Skrillex
from the tv show Beavis & Butt-head.
That squacking keyboard noise the guy likes is irratating

I get the feeling the only people who are gonna like this
is the whole Dub-Step crowd, which i'm not even sure how that genre is defined
..sounds like crap to me
usnibrutski

usnibrutski

December 14, 2011
referencing The Path Of Totality, CD, Album + DVD-V + S/Edition, Dig, RR7728-5

Sellout of Brilliant?

As a big Korn fan I bought it on the day of release. This album has been one of the most talked about albums recently. It combines a music hype "Dubstep" with metal. This is a very unussual mix-up. When I started listening to the album I really didn't know what to expect. As most metal-heads I do not like electronics. But I have to say, to my suprise the album wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. The sounds are really still Korn. The dubstep elements are there, but do not mix up Korn's style. "Bleeding Out" / "Way Too Far" are my favourites, they give me a feeling I cannot really describe. The singles "Get Up!" and "Narcissistic Cannibal" are nice tracks too. Overall, this will be one of my least favourite Korn albums together with "Untitled", simply because I do not like electronics. Also, this must be a big bummer for newly added drummer, Ray Luzier. The beats have nothing to do with drums and Korn has appeared several time as a three-piece, without Ray.

Luckily the bonus-dvd makes up for a lot. The cropfield concert they gave to promote their "Remember Who We Are" album kicks ass big time. Really nice setting, all great hits. This is the Korn I like. So if you don't want to buy it because of the album, buy it for the bonus dvd. It could easily be a seperate release! I'm also still waiting for them to release their "Lost" tracks (2 full 70 minutes cd's easily) as well as the dvd-release of "MTV Unplugged".

A couple of years ago, when they releassed the "Untouchables" album, Jonathan Davis gave a statement after some negative reviews on that album. That pretty much explained the changes of style. What he said was "If it were commercially succesfull I would consider that a personal failure". That sums it up pretty much for me. They do what they want and not what is expected of them. Up till now I agreed with that statement. Question is does the whole band really want the dubstep theme, or could it be that they did see commercial succes in it? Dubstep, a hype of the moment. Skrillex, one of the most succesfull in that genre...

So in conclusion. It's still Korn, but if you don't like dubstep/electronics, you probably won't like this one. The DVD is great though!