More Than 45,000 Americans Will Buy Audio Tripe


I’m ashamed of America.

Korn’s 10th studio album, The Path Of Totality, is projected to sell between 45,000 and 50,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release, reports industry Web site Hits Daily Double.

Really? Really America? I thought we were in a recession. I thought people were being more picky with what they spend their money on, seeing as gas prices are through the roof. But no — the economy is doing just fine, because 50,000 Americans had spare money to toss away on that piece of white, three-week old dog shit.

Why does dog shit turn white after a long period of time? That’s weird, right?

The estimate was based on one-day sales reports compiled after the record arrived in stores on December 6 via Roadrunner Records.

The album features a bunch of dubstep artists including 12th Planet, Kill The Noise, Noisia, Downlink, Excision and Skrillex.

Jonathan Davis considers dubstep the future of metal. I consider Jonathan Davis a future laughing stock and a dumb diddle victim. Wait — I’m wrong. He’s a current laughing stock.

Fuck, I give up. People will buy anything.

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