KORN: New Single Preview Available For Download

A radio-broadcast-quality version of KORN's cover of "Word Up", originally recorded by the legendary R&B act CAMEO, has been posted online at this location (courtesy of the KORN fan site KoRnTV.co.uk). "Word Up" is the first single off KORN's forthcoming collection, "Greatest Hits: Volume One", tentatively due on October 12 through Epic Records. CAMEO's version of the tune, released in 1986, reached Number Six on the pop charts. KORN have recorded several other covers for possible inclusion on the disc, including PINK FLOYD's "Another Brick In The Wall", PUBLIC ENEMY's "Fight The Power", FAITH NO MORE's "We Care A Lot", and NINE INCH NAILS' "Head Like A Hole". The latter features a guest appearance from LINKIN PARK vocalist Chester Bennington. A full-length album of cover tunes is tentatively in the works for future release.


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