A podcast series from the Unpops Network about the history and music of the band Korn. Hosted by comedians Adam Tod Brown, Travis Clark, and Andy Sell. None of the hosts were fans of the band when the show started. Will that change by the time the season is done? Start listening now and find out!
Adam, Andy, and Travis wrap up the series with a deep dive into the return Brian "Head" Welch, the band's albums since then, and the tragedy that informs their most recent work
That Time Korn Made A Dubstep Album
Adam, Andy, and Travis discuss the recording and release of Korn's tenth studio album, The Path of Totality
Korn III: Remember Who You Are
Adam, Andy, and Travis discuss Korn's ninth studio album, which is untitled but also called "Remember Who You Are"
Korn II: The USS Bozzio
Adam, Andy and Travis discuss the recording of Korn's eighth studio album and the controversy surrounding the addition and quick exit of drummer Terry Bozzio
Adam, Andy, and Travis discuss Korn's highly divisive 2007 MTV Unplugged performance
The Art of the 360 Deal
The season two premiere of Pod the Life! On this episode, Adam, Andy, and Travis discuss Korn's risky record deal with EMI, the album See You On the Other Side, and the departure of drummer David Silveria
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Probably the funniest podcast ever.
I guess these guys roast the ones they hate?
If you remember the episode of The Office where the Dunder Mifflin folks “roast” Michael Scott, but do it in a way that’s just cruel, that’s the kind of vibes I get from this podcast. Except, these guys don’t work for the band they’re roasting. I doubt the band has ever hurt the hosts.
From what I understand about roasts, you “roast the ones you love”. But these guys more or less admit right out of the gate that they don’t like the band or their music. They spend a lot of time wondering why they’re making the podcast and how grueling it is to put themselves through this terrible ordeal (what?). Maybe the hosts could’ve followed their own advice and did something they like.
Anyway, the podcast has some funny moments but feels rather disingenuous and lazy.
I now know way too much about Korn
I have no idea what I’m going to do with all this Korn related information and yet I’m happy to have it. They really do a good job of focusing on the issues.