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  • Korn Guitarist James "Munky" Shaffer Releases Fear and the Nervous System Self-Titled Debut

    Thu, 20 Sep 2012 09:58:56

    Korn Guitarist James "Munky" Shaffer Releases Fear and the Nervous System Self-Titled Debut - Check out the "Choking Victim" video

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    Korn guitarist James "Munky" Shaffer has unleashed his self-titled debut album from Fear and the Nervous System. It's available digitally and may we suggest that all you Korn krazies (and we mean that lovingly, since Korn fans are so dedicated) check it out.

    So what do you need to know about FATNS:

    This collective of musicians on the album handpicked by Shaffer includes Faith No More bassist Billy Gould, Bad Religion drummer Brooks Wackerman, Repeater singer Steve Krolikowski, Korn touring keyboardist Zac Baird, and Leopold Ross on guitar. Tracked and mixed by Jim "Bud" Monti, the record encompasses a calculated metallic darkness wrapped in a haze of dark, dreamy industrial soundscapes. It's the ultimate sonic headtrip from some of hard rock and heavy metal's most daring musicians. The all-star cast of musicians has even flirted with a string of West Coast tour dates, to be determined.

    Watch the "Choking Victim" video below:



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