Nu metal greats Korn have officially premiered a video for "Love & Meth" track, the second single off their latest album "The Paradigm Shift." The song had already leaked prior to the record's release and is based around a heavy guitar riff and an elevated chorus. As for the video, the clip shows the five-piece strung up like puppets as they are being controlled by a frantic conductor, jamming away in their distinctive style. Meanwhile, the album had hit the US charts following the October 8 release. As Blabbermouth reports, "The Paradigm Shift" landed at No. 8 on the Billboard 200 chart with 46,000 shipped in the US within the first week. The album's predecessor, 2011's "The Path of Totality," debuted with 55,000 copies. Before "Love & Meth," the band released the record's lead single, dubstep-fueled tune "Never Never," fetching somewhat mixed set of reactions from fans and critics. "The Paradigm Shift" also marks the studio return of guitarist Brian "Head" Welch after a decade-long absence. We recently caught up with Head's fellow axeman James "Munky" Shaffer to ask him a few questions on the behalf of UG community. "I mean we jumped in when we went to write this new record. It was probably a couple of hours - it didn't take any time at all," he told us. "It was super easy to communicate musically with him and personally. It didn't take any time; it was just effortless. We're both still metalheads and that doesn't change. You're always a metalhead."