Kiss (Korn song)
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|Single by Korn|
|from the album Untitled album|
|Released||April 7, 2008|
|Writer(s)||Reginald Arvizu, Zac Baird, Jonathan Davis, Atticus Ross, Leopold Ross, James Shaffer,|
|Producer(s)||Atticus Ross, The Matrix|
|Korn singles chronology|
"Kiss" is a power ballad written and recorded by American nu metal band Korn, and produced by The Matrix and Atticus Ross for their untitled eighth studio album. It was released as the album's third and final single on April 7, 2008.
Music and structure
"Kiss" features Terry Bozzio on drums, who had provided for eight of the album's songs. Jonathan Davis also provided additional percussion for the song, along with "Hushabye". The song makes use of keyboards by Zac Baird, heavy drum patterns and violins. Allmusic described "Kiss" as "like [a] vaguely Beatlesque Mellotron," implying its difference from the rest of the album.
The song failed to chart worldwide due to its limited release in the United States.