Korn, Ghost, Gojira, Motionless In White, Etc Songs To Be Featured On “NHL 23” Video Game Soundtrack

The soundtrack has been revealed for EA Sports’ “NHL 23.” The video game will be released on October 14 and it will feature songs from Korn, Ghost, Gojira, A Day To Remember, Motionless In White, Coheed And Cambria, Shinedown, Turnstile, Wage War, Stick To Your Guns, and more.

“NHL 23” Track Listing:

01. A Day To Remember – “Miracle”
02. Bishop Briggs – “Revolution”
03. Chilli Jesson – “Carolina Reaper”
04. Coheed And Cambria – “The Liars Club”
05. De’wayne Ft. Poorstacy – “Die Out Here”
06. Death Lens – “Swing For The Fences”
07. Frank Turner – “Punches”
08. Games We Play – “St. Girlfriend”
09. Ghost – “Kaisarion”
10. Gojira – “Our Time Is Now”
11. Highly Suspect – “Natural Born Killer”
12. Holy Wars – “Battery Life”
13. Iann Dior Ft. Travis Barker – “Obvious”
14. Kasabian – “Rocket Fuel”
15. Korn – “Forgotten”
16. Lozeak – “Word Vomit”
17. Matt Maeson – “Blood Runs Red”
18. Missio – “Say Something”
19. Mod Sun – “Rich Kids Ruin Everything”
20. Motionless In White Ft. Caleb Shomo – “Red, White & Boom”
21. Muse – “Kill Or Be Killed”
22. Nobro – “Better Each Day”
23. Nova Twins – “Fire & Ice”
24. Panic! At The Disco – “Say It Louder”
25. Pengshui – “Idkwybt”
26. Pup – “Totally Fine”
27. Real Friends – “Tell Me You’re Sorry”
28. Safari – “Youth Animal”
29. Shinedown – “No Sleep Tonight”
30. Sports Team – “The Game”
31. Stick To Your Guns – “A World To Win”
32. Sueco – “Loser”
33. Surf Curse – “Tvi”
34. Ten Tonnes – “Go”
35. The Amazons – “Wait For Me”
36. The Mysterines – “Hung Up”
37. The Snuts – “Burn The Empire”
38. Turnstile – “Wild Wrld”
39. Wage War – “Manic”
40. Windwaker – “Beautiful”
41. Yonaka – “I Want More”
42. Yungblud Ft. Willow – “Memories”

Fieldy On Stillwell’s Current Plans: “It Has Nothing To Do With Korn Or My Status With Korn Or Anything Else”

As previously reported, Stillwell, the project featuring Reginald “Fieldy” Arvizu (Korn), Noah “Wuv” Bernardo (P.O.D.), and Q-Unique, are planning to release a new song on September 16. Despite the new activity from the band, Fieldy has made it clear that “it has nothing to do with Korn or [his] status with Korn or anything else.”

Fieldy said the following:

“Some clarity about STILLWELL

I’ve been doing Stillwell for about 16 years, this isn’t something new, although to some of you it is, that’s cool.

Along with my bros Wuv (POD) and Q (Arsonists, Radamus), we’ve put out 3 albums, we’re about to drop our 4th.

It has nothing to do with Korn or my status with Korn or anything else. It isn’t Heavy music, it’s alternative rock.

We’ve always wrote Stillwell music while on tour with Korn or at home.

We’ve actually opened for Korn back in 2011, and to add one more little fact, the 1st Stillwell video “Killing Myself to Live” was during a Korn concert (2006), back when David was in Korn, he’s in the video, that’s how far back Stillwell goes. Again, it isn’t metal or nu metal or heavy music, and that was my way of being respectful to the integrity of Korn, I knew Stillwell had to be different.

Thank you to those who have shown love and support and to those that aren’t into Stillwell, there’s plenty of heavy bands out there to fulfill your needs.

Thank you

Korn’s Assistant Discusses Running The Teleprompter For Jonathan Davis

Korn guitarist Brian “Head” Welch has released a new episode of his “All In The Family” series. The latest video features the band’s assistant Scott Sheppard and it can be seen below. Notably, one of Sheppard’s duties is operating the teleprompter for frontman Jonathan Davis. He said the following about that:

“It’s not a secret; I mean, you can clearly see it. It’s out there on stage. But when you have 14 albums and you’ve written hundreds of songs… And when you’re rocking out, you’re not standing still the whole time — you’re walking around, jumping up and down — so every once in a while you wanna just see where you are in the song. So that’s my job.”

Korn’s James “Munky” Shaffer To Miss Upcoming Shows Due To “An Important Family Matter”

Korn guitarist James “Munky” Shaffer will be missing the band’s upcoming shows due to “an important family matter.” During his absence, J.R. Bareis will be filling in.

Shaffer issued the following statement:

“Due to an unexpected event, I am going to be flying home for an important family matter tomorrow (Sunday, 8/28). Because of this, I will unfortunately be missing our show in Wantagh, NY at Jones Beach Theater.

Although I am bummed that I won’t get to see our NY fans, we are very lucky to have our longtime friend and fellow axe-man, JR, fill in for me to keep the Korn set going strong.

Thank you all for your understanding at this time, and I will be back for our Charlotte, NC show on 8/31.

– Munky“

Korn’s Jonathan Davis & Evanescence’s Amy Lee Share Their Thoughts On The Current Music Scene

During a chat with Interview, Korn’s Jonathan Davis and Evanescence’s Amy Lee shared their thoughts on the current music scene. The duo say that people have a tendency to focus more on personality instead of talent these days.

Here’s an excerpt from the discussion:

DAVIS: I’m totally into talent. It seems like music has moved on to a place where it doesn’t matter about talent. It’s about how talented the engineer is at faking everything.

LEE: And it has become so much about personalities too, right? I feel like that’s like the new generation. It’s more about a personality than the actual song. I’ve seen their Instagram but like, what is their music? What does that mean to you? But I don’t want to be the old person complaining…

DAVIS: I know. I am old now.

LEE: We’re purists. We’re allowed to say it.

DAVIS: In the long run, it’s cool because everybody’s enjoying music. That’s all that matters.

LEE: There’s still a lot of good stuff out there. The world of rock, especially heavy rock, has just grown and expanded a whole bunch. And I am really excited about what is happening with our tour with all the different openers instead of one. It ended up being this rad combination of cool things.

Watch Korn Perform “Freak On A Leash” With Evanescence’s Amy Lee In Denver, CO

During their August 16 show in Denver, CO, Korn were joined onstage by Evanescence’s Amy Lee for a performance of “Freak On A Leash.” You can find some fan-filmed footage of that below. The remaining dates for Korn and Evanescence’s summer U.S. tour can be found HERE.

Korn’s Brian “Head” Welch Launches New Video Series Focusing On The Band’s Crew

Korn guitarist Brian “Head” Welch has launched a new video series called “All In The Family.” The show focuses on the band’s crew and its first episode can be found below. Welch said the following about the series:

“Me and the guys in Korn always put on shows for you year after year, and I wanted to highlight some of the guys that make the shows happen, because without these guys Korn would never be able to perform for you. And they’ve become friends of ours. When we get people that we like on tour to be our crew, we end up loving the guys — or ladies; sometimes ladies, but usually guys — they end up staying with us a long time.”

Korn’s James “Munky” Shaffer Guests On XHOANA X’s New Song “GIRLGUN”

XHOANA X has teamed up with her brother-in-law, Korn guitarist James “Munky” Shaffer, for a new song titled “GIRLGUN.” The track, which also features Chris Hunt, can be streamed below:

Watch New Trailer For Netflix’s “Clusterf**k: Woodstock ’99” Documentary

A new trailer has been released for Netflix’s upcoming documentary on the infamous Woodstock ’99 festival. The film, which is titled “Clusterf**k: Woodstock ’99,” will be released on August 3. Woodstock ’99 was held in Rome, NY back in July 1999 and it ended up turning into a disaster. The conditions for the crowd were poor and things turned destructive during Limp Bizkit‘s set, before fires and riots broke out during Red Hot Chili Peppers‘ set. Multiple cases of sexual assault were also reported.

Korn Drop Off Resurrection Fest Due To “Travel Challenges”

Korn have cancelled their July 3 set at Resurrection Fest in Viveiro, Spain due to “travel challenges.” The band issued the following statement:

“Despite exhausting every possible way to get to Spain, it’s just not working out, to the extent that we were physically on the plane taking off when there was a mechanical failure that prevented us from doing so last night. The travel challenges we’ve faced for the past weeks have finally come to a head, and are not allowing us to make it in time for the show today. We thank you all for your understanding, and it breaks our hearts that we cannot be there with you. We will be back soon! until then…”