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MEMBERS: Jonathan Davis (vocals)~ James "Munky" Shaffer (guitar) ~ Reginald "Fieldy" Arvizu (bass) ~ David Silveria (drums) ~ Brian "Head" Welch (guitar) (left in 2005)
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BIRTHDAYS: Jonathan Davis (January 18, 1971) ~ James Shaffer (June 6, 1970) ~ Brian Welch (June 19, 1970) ~ Reginald Arvizu (November 2, 1969) ~ David Silveria (September 21, 1972)
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BIGGEST LP: Follow The Leader (1998)
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GRAMMY AWARDS: 2
button.gif (123 bytes) "The coolest thing about this band is we've stayed underground and our fans are still so true. They're so militant and crazy about us." - Jonathan Davis, Korn

 
TIMELINE

Kornbutton.gif (123 bytes) The conception of Korn began in the early 90s in Southern California - a combination of 2 bands: Sexart and LAPD. Korn consists of Jonathan Davis on vocals, Brian "Head" Welch on guitar, James "Munky" Shaffer on guitar, Reginald "Fieldy" Arvizu on bass, and David Silveria on drums.

1994...

October
Korn - Korn LPbutton.gif (123 bytes) Korn released their debut, Korn. The LP got off to a slow start, but relentless touring with the likes of Megadeth, Marilyn Manson, and 311, gradually expanded the band's fan base.

1996...

June
button.gif (123 bytes) Korn became the first music artist to appear live on the internet to promote their new LP.

October
Korn - Life Is Peachybutton.gif (123 bytes) Korn released Life Is Peachy in October with the track "A.D.I.D.A.S."

1997...

February
button.gif (123 bytes) Korn was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance ("Shoots And Ladders").

June
button.gif (123 bytes) Korn performed during the summer as part of the Lollapalooza package tour (but only was able to tour a part of the summer due to viral meningitis affecting Shaffer).

1998...

February
button.gif (123 bytes) Korn was nominated for a
Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance ("No Place To Hide").

June
button.gif (123 bytes) Korn toured as part of the first Family Values tour in the summer.

August
Korn - Follow The Leaderbutton.gif (123 bytes) Korn released Follow The Leader with the hit "Freak On A Leash."
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Available for download at iTunes mp3 Available at Amazon.com)

September
button.gif (123 bytes) Follow The Leader debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 Albums chart.

October
Korn - "Freak On A Leash" (Single)button.gif (123 bytes) A question was raised: Is the band homophobic or the reflection of a sexually confused lead singer? Spin magazine reported that lead singer, Jonathan Davis, use to wear makeup and go to gay bars (as detailed in their song, "Faget"): "Everyone thought I was gay my whole life... so I have to joke about it just to del with it."

December
button.gif (123 bytes) Rolling Stone named Korn the Best Hard-Rock/Metal Band of the Year.

1999... # 175 Singles Artist of the Year

June
No Boundaries: A Benefit For The Kosovar Refugeesbutton.gif (123 bytes) Korn could be heard on the benefit LP No Boundaries: A Benefit For The Kosovar Refugees with the 'Freakin' B Mix' of "Freak On A Leash."

June
button.gif (123 bytes) Korn performed at Woodstock '99 in Rome, New York.

September
button.gif (123 bytes) Korn won 2
MTV Video Music Awards for Best Rock Video and Best Editing (Haines Hall & Michael Sachs) ("Freak On A Leash") and was nominated for Video of the Year, Breakthrough Video, Best Direction, Best Special Effects, Best Art Direction, Best Cinematography, and Viewer's Choice.
button.gif (123 bytes) During the late summer and fall, Korn toured with the Family Values Tour package.
button.gif (123 bytes) A remix of "Freak On A Leash" could be found on the compilation LP, No Boundaries and on the soundtrack for
End Of Days with the "The Camel Song."

November
Korn - Issuesbutton.gif (123 bytes) Korn released Issues. Davis (at a press conference) described Issues as their "darkest, most emotional" music.

December
button.gif (123 bytes) Issues debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 Albums chart.

button.gif (123 bytes) MTV: 100 Greatest Videos Ever Made includes "Freak On A Leash" at # 30.

2000...

February
button.gif (123 bytes) Korn won a
Grammy Award for Best Music Viceo, Short Form ("Freak On A Leash") and was nominated for Best Hard Rock Performance ("Freak On A Leash").

March
button.gif (123 bytes) Korn had to postpone a few concert dates after Silveria injured his wrist at a show in North Dakota.

September
Korn
button.gif (123 bytes) The video "Falling Away From Me" was nominated for a MTV Video Music Award for Best Rock Video.
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Follow The Leader was certified 4x platinum.

November
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VH1: 100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock includes Korn at # 53.

2001...

May
button.gif (123 bytes) VH1: 100 Greatest Videos includes "Freak On A Leash" at # 22.

2002...

March
button.gif (123 bytes) Follow The Leader was certified 5x platinum.

June
Korn - Untouchablesbutton.gif (123 bytes) Korn released a new LP - Untouchables.
button.gif (123 bytes) Untouchables was certified platinum. Korn won a MuchMusic Video Award for Best International Video (Group) ("Here To Stay").

August
button.gif (123 bytes) Korn's video for "Here To Stay" was nominated for a MTV Video Music Award for Best Rock Video.

December
button.gif (123 bytes) Korn cancelled 5 remaining concert dates of the 'Pop Sux!' tour due to Davis' strained vocal cords.

2003...

February
button.gif (123 bytes) Korn won a Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance ("Here To Stay").

June
button.gif (123 bytes) Korn began taking part in 'Ozzfest 2003.'

August
button.gif (123 bytes) Korn hit the radio airwaves with "Did My Time."

November
Korn - Take A Look In The Mirrorbutton.gif (123 bytes) Korn released their next LP Take A Look In The Mirror. Davis said of the LP to Rolling Stone: "This is a really aggressive record. More edgy. The last record we were experimenting. This album is back down to the basics and heavy grooves and getting people pumped. You'll have a lot of screaming on this one."

December
button.gif (123 bytes) Take A Look In The Mirror was certified platinum.

2004...

February
Korn - Greatest Hits 1button.gif (123 bytes) Korn was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance ("Did My Time").

October
button.gif (123 bytes) Korn released Greatest Hits Vol. 1.

2005...

February
Korn - See You On The Other Sidebutton.gif (123 bytes) Guitarist Welch left the band.

November
button.gif (123 bytes) Korn performed on Saturday Night Live.
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Greatest Hits Vol. 1 was certified platinum.
button.gif (123 bytes) Korn appeared on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart with the remixes of "Twisted Transistor."

December
button.gif (123 bytes) Korn released their next LP See You On The Other Side.
button.gif (123 bytes) Korn could be heard on
The Notorious B.I.G. posthumous creation - Duets: The Final Chapter.

2006...

January
Korn - Live & Rarebutton.gif (123 bytes) See You On The Other Side was certified gold.

March
button.gif (123 bytes) See You On The Other Side was certified platinum.

May
button.gif (123 bytes) Korn released Live & Rare. The set includes 10 live tracks from performances at CBGB and Woodstock '99, and 3 unreleased tracks.

June
Korn - MTV Unpluggedbutton.gif (123 bytes) Korn had to cancel the rest of their European tour after Davis developed a near-fatal blood infection.

2007...

March
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MTV Unplugged.

June
Korn - Untitledbutton.gif (123 bytes) Korn released Untitled.

August
button.gif (123 bytes) Korn topped the Billboard Top Rock Albums chart with Untitled.

October
button.gif (123 bytes) Untitled was certified gold.

December
Korn - 'Korn III - Remember Who You Are'button.gif (123 bytes) VH1: 100 Greatest Songs of the 90's included "Freak On A Leash" at # 69.

2010...

June
button.gif (123 bytes) Korn released Korn III - Remember Who You Are.
button.gif (123 bytes) Korn topped the Billboard Rock Albums chart, Hard Rock Albums chart, and Alternative Albums chart with
Korn III - Remember Who You Are.

2011...

February
Korn - 'The Path Of Totality' (CD/DVD)button.gif (123 bytes) Korn were nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance ("Let The Guilt Go").

December
button.gif (123 bytes) Korn released
The Path Of Totality.
button.gif (123 bytes) Korn topped the Billboard Dance/Electronic Albums chart with
The Path Of Totality.

2013...

October
Korn - 'The Paradigm Shift'button.gif (123 bytes) Korn released The Paradigm Shift.
button.gif (123 bytes) Korn topped the Billboard Hard Rock Albums chart with
The Paradigm Shift.






LPs
Korn - Korn LP Korn
Released: October, 1994
US: 2x Platinum
Billboard peak: # 72
Tracks: "Blind" - "Ball Tongue" - "Need To" - "Clown" - "Divine" - "Faget" - "Shoots And Ladders" - "Predictable" - "Fake" - "Lies" - "Helmet In The Bush" - "Daddy"
Korn - Life Is Peachy Life Is Peachy
Released: October, 1996
US: 2x Platinum
Billboard peak: # 3
Tracks: "Twist" - "Chi" - "Lost" - "Swallow" - "Porno Creep" - "Good Good" - "Mr. Rogers" - "K@#%!" - "No Place To Hide" - "Wicked" - "A.D.I.D.A.S." - "Low Rider" - "Ass Itch" - "Kill You"
Korn - Follow The Leader Follow The Leader
Released: August, 1998
US: 5x Platinum
Billboard peak: # 1 (for 1 week)
Rolling Stone: 4 stars from Rolling Stone
Tracks: "It's On" - "Freak On A Leash" - "Got The Life" - "Dead Bodies Everywhere" - "Children Of The Korn" (with Ice Cube) - "B.B.K." - "Pretty" - "All In The Family" (with Fred Durst) - "Reclaim My Place" - "Justin" - "Seed" - "Cameltosis" (with Tre Hardson) - "My Gift To You"
Korn - Issues Issues
Released: November, 1999
US: 3x Platinum
Billboard peak: # 1 (for 1 week)
Rolling Stone: 3 stars from Rolling Stone
Tracks: "Dead" - "Falling Away From Me" - "Trash" - "4U" - "Beg For Me" - "Make Me Bad" - "It's Gonna Go Away" - "Am I Going Crazy" - "Hey Daddy" - "Somebody Someone" - "No Way" - "Let's Get This Party Started" - "I Wish You Could Be Me" - "Counting" - "Dirty"
Korn - Untouchables Untouchables
Released: June, 2002
US: Platinum
Billboard peak: # 2
Rolling Stone: 3 stars from Rolling Stone
Tracks: "Here To Stay" - "Make Believe" - "Blame" - "Hollow Life" - "Bottled Up Inside" - "Thoughtless" - "Hating" - "One More Time" - "Alone I Break" - "Embrace" - "Beat It Upright" - "Wake Up Hate" - "I'm Hiding" - "No One's There"
Korn - Take A Look In The Mirror Take A Look In The Mirror
Released: November, 2003
US: Platinum
Billboard peak: # 9
Tracks: "Right Now" - "Break Some Off" - "Counting On Me" - "Here It Comes Again" - "Deep Inside" - "Did My Time" - "Everything I've Known" - "Play Me" (with Nas) - "Alive" - "Let's Do This Now" - "I'm Done" - "Ya'll Want A Single" - "When Will This End" - "One"
Korn - Greatest Hits 1 Greatest Hits 1
Released: October, 2004
US: Platinum
Billboard peak: # 4
Tracks: "Word Up!" - "Another Brick In The Wall" - "Y'All Want A Single" - "Right Now" - "Did My Time" - "Alone I Break" - "Here To Stay" - "Trash" - "Somebody Someone" - "Make Me Bad" - "Falling Away From Me" - "Got The Life" - "Freak On A Leash" - "Twist" - "A.D.I.D.A.S." - "Clown" - "Shoots And Ladder" - "Blind" - "Freak On A Leash" (Dante Ross Mix)
Korn - See You On The Other Side See You On The Other Side
Released: December, 2005
US: Platinum
Billboard peak: # 3
Rolling Stone: 3 stars from Rolling Stone- Entertainment Weekly: B+
Tracks: "Twisted Transistor" - "Politix" - "Hypocrites" - "Souvenier Of Sadness" - "2-Way" - "Throw Me Away" - "Love Song" - "Open Up" - "Interlude #2" - "Coming Undone" - "Getting Off" - "Liar" - "For No One" - "Interlude #3/I've Seen It All" - "Tearjerker"
Korn - Live & Rare Live & Rare
Released: May, 2006
Billboard peak: # 51
Tracks: "Did My Time" (live) - "Blind" (live) - "Falling Away From Me" (live) - "Right Now" (live) - "Got The Life" (live) - "Here To Stay" (live) - "Freak On A Leash" (live) - "Another Brick In The Wall" (live) - "One" - "My Gift To You" (live) - "A.D.I.D.A.S." (live) - "Earache In My Eye" - "Proud"
Korn - MTV Unplugged MTV Unplugged
Released: March, 2007
Billboard peak: # 9
Entertainment Weekly: B-
Tracks: "Blind" - "Hollow Life" - "Freak On A Leash" (with Amy Lee) - "Falling Away From Me" - "Creep" - "Love Song" - "Got The Life" - "Twisted Transistor" - "Coming Undone" - "Make Me Bad / In Between Days" (with The Cure) - "Throw Me Away"
Korn - Untitled Untitled
Released: July, 2007
US: Platinum
Billboard peak: # 2
Rolling Stone: 2 and 1/2 stars from Rolling Stone - Entertainment Weekly: B+
Tracks: "Intro" - "Starting Over" - "Bitch We Got A Problem" - "Evolution" - "Hold On" - "Kiss" - "Do What They Say" - "Ever Be" - "Love And Luxury" - "Innocent Bystander" - "Killing" - "Hushabye" - "I Will Protect You" - "Sing Sorrow"
Korn - 'Korn III - Remember Who You Are'
Available for download at iTunes
mp3 Available at Amazon.com
Korn III - Remember Who You Are
Released: July, 2010
Billboard peak: # 2
Tracks: "Uber-Time" - "Oidale (Leave Me Alone)" - "Pop A Pill" - "Fear Is A Place To Live" - "Move On" - "Lead The Parade" - "The Past" - "Never Around" - "Are You Ready To Live?" - "Holding All These Lies"
Korn - 'The Path Of Totality' (CD/DVD)
Available for download at iTunes
mp3 Available at Amazon.com
The Path Of Totality
Released: December, 2011
Tracks: "Chaos Lives In Everything" (featuring Skrillex) - "Kill Mercy Within" (featuring Noisia) - "My Wall" (featuring Excision) - "Narcissistic Cannibal" (featuring Skrillex & Kill The Noise) - "Illuminati" (featuring Excision & Downlink) - "Burn The Obedient" (featuring Nosia) - "Sanctuary" (featuring Downlink) - "Let's Go" (featuring Noisia) - "Get Up!" (featuring Skrillex) - "Way Too Far" (featuring 12th Planet) - "Bleeding Out" (featuring Feed Me)
Korn - 'The Paradigm Shift'
iTunes
Amazon.mp3
The Paradigm Shift
Released: October 8, 2013
Tracks: "Prey For Me" - "Love & Meth" - "What We Do" - "Spike In My Veins" - "Mass Hysteria" - "Paranoid And Aroused" - "Never Never" - "Punishment Time" - "Lullaby For A Sadist" - "Victimized" - "It's All Wrong"
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