Korn's New Song "Cold" Is Pure Mosh Pit Fuel


Korn might have picked a band time to release a single, what with hard rock fans so focused on the arrival of Tool's catalog to streaming services.

But nonetheless, Korn's new song, "Cold," is a celebration of everything the band is great at, and most of all it's really heavy.

With an abbreviated intro, the band lets loose at about the 0:14 mark with some classic Korn dissonance and a neck-spraining groove riff. Front man Jonathan Davis accompanies with as guttural a vocal as he's ever performed before the tune opens up into a swinging verse, punctuated by the detuned guitars.

The song rides another mosh riff for a few bars before introducing a more melodic refrain.

Take a listen in the video player above or here on the iHeartRadio app.

Korn is on tour with now with Alice In Chains and Underoath. Get all the tour dates here.

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