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Korn: 'Fans are going to hate our new dubstep album'

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Korn frontman Jonathan Davis has insisted that fans are going to hate the band's new dubstep record.

The heavy metal group recently confirmed plans to release a new album titled The Path Of Totality, which has been totally produced by dubstep artists.

However, Davis has told Kerrang! that Korn have become tired of being solely known as "the godfathers of nu-metal" and claimed some of their fans are stuck in the past.

"People are going to be p*ssed about this record. That's made me even more excited about it," Davis explained.

"I don't give a flying f**k what people think. We can't win with Korn fans. Some are so stuck in 1994."

Jonathon Davis of Korn
He added: "Everybody calls us the godfathers of nu-metal and I'm f**king tired of that. We don't want to join the nostalgia circuit. Us, Limp Bizkit, Staind or some s**t like that. F**k that."

Davis described the band's new sound as "future metal" and believes they have invented a new genre of music.

Talking about their recent single with Skrillex, he said: "'Get Up' is about the recession. I wish everyone would shut the f**k up and have some fun.

"Every day I've got to hear about unemployment and people starving."

Korn's new LP The Path Of Totality will be released on December 5.

Davis previously admitted that he felt suicidal when writing the band's last album Korn III - Remember Who You Are.

Watch the music video for Korn's new single 'Narcissistic Cannibal' below:

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