Life Is Peachy was originally Life Is Pee-Chee.
KoRn are from Bakersfield, California.
Daddy has only been played twice (intro).
The art work on Follow The Leader was done by Todd McFarlane.
There was a video made for Good God and Faget, they were never released.
Jonathan Davis dated a adult movie star.
The band owns there own record lable entitled "Elementree".
Jonathan David used to be an asistant Mortuist.
KoRn is really 4 bands put together. Creep, LAPD, Sexart, and Ragtyme.
KoRn have help sign 5 bands. Limp Bizkit, Orgy, Videodrone, Deadsy, and RBX.
Staind Have Covered "Need To" for KoRn.
David Silveria has injured himself on 2 seperate occasions. Rock Is Dead, and
Sick and Twisted.
Fred Durst Directed Falling Away From Me.
Korn is on roughly 80 CDs/Videos.
Korn is "Bootlegged" an average of 3 times a show.
CD RELEASE DATES:
ISSUES: November 16, 1999
FOLLOW THE LEADER: August 18, 1998
LIFE IS PEACHY: October 15, 1996
KORN: October 11,
HOME VIDEO RELEASE DATE:
WHO THEN NOW?: February 18, 1997
ISSUES - Triple Platinum
FOLLOW THE LEADER - Triple Platinum
LIFE IS PEACHY - Double Platinum
KORN - Double Platinum
THEN NOW? (home video) - Platinum
1999 MTV Video Music Awards (all for "Freak On A Leash"):
Best Rock Video
Best Editing in a Video (Haines Hall/Michael Sachs)
Video of the Year
Best Direction in a Video (Jonathan Dayton/Valerie
Faris/Todd McFarlane/Graham Morris)
Best Special Effects in a Video (Greg Strause/Colin Strause/Matt Beck/Edson Williams)
Art Direction in a Video (K.K. Barrett/Todd McFarlane/Terry Fitzgerald/Graham Morris)
Best Cinematography in a Video (Dir.
of Photography: Julian Whatley)
1999 MuchMusic Video Awards (nominations):
Best International Video ("Freak On A Leash")
1999 Billboard Music Video Awards:
Best Clip of the Year/Hard Rock ("Freak On A Leash")
1999 CDDB Silicon CD Award (KORN received first ever of this award; created by CDDB-Internet music company which offers
software that monitors what computer users are playing on their CD-ROM player and automatically dials in to the Internet to
retrieve information on that music; also compiles a Top 100 list of the music being listened to around the world; artists
are eligible if their album stays in CDDB’s Top 100 for 30 days)
YEAR-END POLLS (FOR ‘FOLLOW THE LEADER’ AND ‘ISSUES’):
1999 Circus Readers Poll
of the Millennium
1998 Alternative Press Readers’ Poll:
Best Album Cover Art
Best Radio Single ("Got The Life")
Best Album of the ‘90s (KORN)
#2 Best Concert Event ("The Family
#2 Best Video ("Got The Life") #3 Brightest Hope for 1999
1998 Rolling Stone Music Awards (picked by writers and editors):
"Best Hard-Rock Band"
1998 Rolling Stone Readers’ Poll:
"Best Hard-Rock Band"
1998 Spin Readers’ Poll:
1999 Hit Parader "Top 5s of 1999":
1998 Hit Parader "Readers’ Survey":
Favorite Album: FOLLOW THE LEADER
1998 Guitar Magazine Readers’ Poll:
Best Album of 1998: FOLLOW THE LEADER