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Ko Rn Iii: 'Remember Who You Are' 2010 **Early Review**

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KoRn's new 'back-to-roots' album "Remember Who You Are" is great. It is easily my favorite by them. I love every song on the album. It has everything you could want from a KoRn album - heavy riffs, amazing breakdowns, and all of those unsettling feelings that raise the hairs on the back of your neck. Each song also has a very decent length; the shortest is 3:48. Ray Luzier's drum fills are amazing, especially the ones in "Lead The Parade." "Lead The Parade" also has some backwards nonsense at the end... if it were to be reversed, I'm sure it'd be nothing, but it's very interesting - I haven't heard this done before, and I love it. What seems to be the heaviest song on the album, "Let The Guilt Go, " has an intro that reminds me alot of "Blind" [the band's mosh starting song - the place goes crazy when they play it], due to the cymbal-work at the beginning. "Let The Guilt Go" also is one of my favorite songs on the album - the chorus is just so catchy, you'll get it stuck in your head for days. Finally; this is a great album by a great band. Be sure to pick this one up on July 13th.