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The October issue of Metal Hammer Magazine happens to be their 30th Anniversary issue, and to celebrate they’ve done something special with their monthly CD, serving up DECADES OF DESTRUCTION, a sixteen track compilation of covers. While there’s much to be curious about (full tracklisting below), it’s the lead track that I was most curious about – a classic song by my favorite band of all-time, covered by another of my favorites. Check out KORN performing FAITH NO MORE’s “We Care A Lot” below. It took a little bit for me to get into it, but it’s a grower…

TRM288DECADES OF DESTRUCTION Tracklisting:

  1. Korn – We Care A Lot (originally by Faith No More)
  2. Asking Alexandria – Duality (originally by Slipknot)
  3. Devin Townsend – Fast As A Shark (feat. Wolf Hoffmann of Accept and Fredrik Thordendal of Meshuggah) (originally by Accept)
  4. New Years Day – mOBSCENE (originally by Marilyn Manson)
  5. Sabaton – Kingdom Come (originally by Manowar)
  6. Katatonia – Night Comes Down (originally by Judas Priest)
  7. Cane Hill – We Die Young (originally by Alice In Chains)
  8. Hacktivist – Break Stuff (originally by Limp Bizkit)
  9. Wilson – Sleep Now In The Fire (originally by Rage Against The Machine)
  10. The Qemists – Blind (originally by Korn)
  11. Employed To Serve – Memphis Will Be Laid To Waste (originally by Norma Jean)
  12. Counting Days – Disciple (originally by Slayer)
  13. Stoneghost – I Disappear (originally by Metallica)
  14. Mammoth Weed Wizard Bastard – Scum (originally by Napalm Death)
  15. No Consequence – The Pot (originally by Tool)

Pick up the October issue of Metal Hammer here.

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