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Korn released their 13th studio album, The Nothing, last year. The nu-metal pioneers are now offering up the music video for the album’s latest single, “Can You Hear Me”.
Directed by Adam Mason, the video falls somewhere between the dystopic sci-fi 1984 and a survival horror film. Behind a wall of monitors, a hooded villain observes and interacts with people through their phones. Transfixed to their screens, the victims become zombies, following a not-so-subtle metaphoric strand.
Mason will also helm Korn’s forthcoming six-part The Nothing podcast, supplementing the band’s latest LP. Borrowing thematic strands from the music, the miniseries will follow a fictional narrative about journalist whose surprise discovery leads to “darkness.”
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Watch the video for “Can You Hear Me” below, and purchase The Nothing here.
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