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Korn Go Behind-The-Scenes Of 'Take Me' Video

11/02/2016
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Korn

(Metal Hammer) Korn have released a video giving fans a behind-the-scenes look at the making of their promo for Take Me. They released the Take Me video last month. The song is taken from Korn's 12th album The Serenity Of Suffering, which is out now on Roadrunner Records.

In the behind-the-scenes clip, frontman Jonathan Davis says: "We had this crazy set built. I'm in some crazy-ass lab detoxing. My band's watching but they can't do anything.

"I'm performing the song and the band's looking at me like there's nothing they can do to help me, and I've just gotta deal with it. It's gonna be pretty cool."

The director of the Take Me video Andrew Baird and editor Nick Pizzillo also give their insight on the work that went into creating the promo. Baird say: "It's like trying to visualise a feeling and a mood of going through the final stages of addiction, detox and surrender. It's very symbolic and open to interpretation.

"It's Jonathan's experiences with the substance and we flick back and forth between how the substance abuse and addiction affects the person." Watch the making of clip here.

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