Heavy metal producer Ross Robinson (Amen, Slipknot) has a reputation for making "draining, emotional" records, as he admitted to "Metal Hammer" magazine back in 2009. So perhaps it should have come as less of a surprise to Korn drummer Ray Luzier that the experience of making "Korn III: Remember Who You Are" wouldn't be a party. Luzier, who was named the band's full-time drummer in April 2009, admitted to the "NME" that Robinson, who produced Korn's first two albums, "was not a comfortable guy to work with at all. It was very difficult, it wasn't fun. He purposefully wanted to make it uncomfortable."

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