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Ranked: Korn

13. The Path of Totality (2011) - Korn's foray into dub-step infused metal is easily their most disliked by even the most hardcore fans of the band, however it does have several strong tracks and the group deserves credit for taking such a great risk


12. Untouchables (2002) - A very bizarre record with a lack of heavy songs and a strange shift in direction for the band, some bright spots but an overall let down for the band based on their previous material

11. Korn III: Remember Who You Are (2010) - Notorious as an attempt to recapture their early style with mixed results, while the album features a return to a heavier sound, it doesn't offer the genuine raw emotion Korn is known for making just a good record

10. The Paradigm Shift (2013) - The return of Brian Welch, this record begins to set the record for what would become Korn's modern sound while still retaining some of the dub-step influence from the previous album

9. Untitled (2007) - The most bizarre album Korn has ever made, elements of progressive metal, rock, and an overall extremely unconventional approach to songwriting, the band deserves credit for abandoning anything that had become normal for them

8. See You on the Other Side (2005) - Korn brought in a group of pop songwriters for this record and it paid off with a surprisingly fun and catchy album despite losing creative force Brian Welch

7. Issues (1999) An odd album with plenty of interludes and tracks that start off hard hitting and fizzle out towards the end, this record is a bit overrated but still overall a strong release

6. Life is Peachy (1994) - This was a very gutsy record for Korn coming off of their massive debut record, not going for any hits they instead chose to write some of the strangest songs of their career which is very admirable

5. The Nothing (2019) - The groups most recent effort established a sound they seem to be sticking with and it's a very solid well put together style and help revitalize the band for a new generation

4. The Serenity of Suffering (2016) - This record fully marked the comeback of Korn back to credibility after years of being mocked, it includes some of the heaviest and catchiest the band has ever recorded, it should be hailed as a triumphant victory for the band

3. Follow the Leader (1998) - Packed with many of Korn's biggest hits, this is now an iconic record and for good reason, easily one of the standout records of the late 90s

2. Take a Look in the Mirror (2003) - Although this may be an unpopular opinion, this album is tremendously underrated and contains many of their hardest hitting tracks and some of Jonathan Davis' deepest vocals

1. Korn (1994) - The record that started it all, creating a genre and covering topics that were never before covered in metal, this album is a culture changing legendary release that transcended metal itself


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