Korn's Munky Checks in From Studio: 'Any Idea What I Might Be Up To?'

artist: korn date: 04/10/2014 category: general music news
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Korn's Munky Checks in From Studio: 'Any Idea What I Might Be Up To?'
Following recent reports about Korn preparing to enter studio and track fresh songs in the near future, guitarist James "Munky" Shaffer posted a mysterious update from the studio.

Along with a photo featuring a guitar pick in front of a mixing board, Munky asked, "Any idea what I might be up to?"

As for the mentioned report, guitarist Brian "Head" Welch has reportedly confirmed that the band will record a couple of new songs with producer Don Gilmore (Linkin Park, Bullet for My Valentine).

"I had Jonathan Davis of Korn on the hotLine yesterday from his Bakersfield home and today I will check in with Head and Munky tomorrow," the Hard Drive Radio report reads. "The band is getting together soon to start recording a couple of new songs (hmmm, must be getting ready for the 20th anniversary?) with producer Don Gilmore.

"And the band will also be rehearsing for their shows coming up in order to get some more new songs under their belts off 'The Paradigm Shift,'" the article continues. "No word on what the next single might be at this point. Jonathan also told me he was proud the way the score turned out on the film he did called 'After the Dark.'

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