Korn bassist’s new recording is a mix of funk, rock and fusion
By David Sands
October 12, 2017
Korn’s bassist Fieldy has been talking about releasing a solo album for about a year now.
So if you’ve been anxiously waiting to see what he has in store, we’re happy to tell you it’s just around the corner. His new bass-centric jazz fusion album, Bassically, comes out Nov. 17 and can be pre-ordered now via his Pledge Music page.
“This is a bass album that encompasses the last nine years of my life on the road recording with a variety of special and unique basses,” Fieldy says. “This project features recordings of mine from dressing rooms, tour buses, hotel rooms and other unique locations playing on basses just as obscure as the locations. It’s a blend of funk, fusion, and rock – I can’t wait to share it with you.”
The 17-track recording will feature guest performances from several of Fieldy’s Korn compatriots, namely drummer Ray Luzier, guitarist Brian Welch and vocalist Jonathan Davis. Anthony Quiles, Fieldy’s writing partner, served as Bassically’s producer, Chris Collier took care of mixing. Although no complete tracks have been released, you can listen to some teasers for the album below.
Release Date: November 17, 2017
Label: Fieldy/Pledge Music
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