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The Serenity of Suffering

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Released  October 21, 2016
Length  40:34
Release date  21 October 2016
Label  Roadrunner Records
Recorded  2015–2016
Artist  Korn
Producer  Nick Raskulinecz
Genre  Nu metal
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Similar  Korn albums, Nu metal albums

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The Serenity of Suffering is the twelfth studio album by nu metal band Korn, released on October 21, 2016. According to guitarist Brian Welch, it is "heavier than anyone's heard us in a long time" and that it contains their most intense music in a long time vocally as well.


The artwork contains elements of Korn's fourth album, Issues, and was created by Ron English.

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Commercial performance

The Serenity of Suffering debuted at number 4 on the US Billboard 200 with 57,000 units, 55,000 of which were pure album sales. As of March 2017, the album had sold 110,000 copies in the US.

Track listing

All tracks written by Korn.



  • Jonathan Davis – lead vocals
  • James "Munky" Shaffer – guitars
  • Brian "Head" Welch – guitars
  • Reginald "Fieldy" Arvizu – bass
  • Ray Luzier – drums
  • Additional musicians

  • Corey Taylor – guest vocals on "A Different World"
  • Zac Baird – keyboards on "Take Me"
  • Jules Venturini – programming
  • Nick "Sluggo" Suddarth – programming
  • Rick Norris – additional programming
  • C-Minus – turntables on "Insane", "Next in Line", "Calling Me Too Soon"
  • Production

  • Nick Raskulinecz – producer
  • Josh Wilbur – mixing, mastering
  • Nathan Yarborough – engineering
  • Chris Collier – additional engineering
  • Paul Suarez – assistant mix engineering
  • Justin Warfield – additional vocal arrangement
  • Ron English – illustrations
  • Virgilio Tzaj – art direction, design
  • Songs

    2Rotting in Vain3:31
    3Black Is the Soul4:01


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