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The members of Korn have become marionettes in the music video for "Love & Meth," the second single from the group's new album, "The Paradigm Shift."
The clip features stop-motion animation as the group is manipulated by a demonic but cursed puppeteer who ultimate gets his just deserves before the video ends.
Guitarist Brian "Head" Welch, meanwhile, tells us that the song was among the first the group worked on for the album:
'Love & Meth' was one of the first things we messed with. Once we got that stuff, we were like, 'Oh wow, this is gonna be cool...' Exactly what happened is what we wanted; we wanted it to sound familiar but like the future at the same time. We wanted it to go backwards AND forwards, and so we accomplished exactly what our hearts wanted to do."
"The Paradigm Shift, which debuted at No. 8 on the Billboard 200 this week, is Korn's first album with Head back in the band since 2005.
The group will play the Monsters of Rock festival on Saturday (October 19) in Brazil and spend November on the road with Rob Zombie. It's also part of Australia's Soundwave Festival tour during late February and early March.
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