Remember high school in the late 90s, when FM radio stars like Korn ruled the air waves with their alternative lifestyle and nu metal anthems? You may not have been a fan of them then, but the band might find themselves in your good books now thanks to their budding interest in hydroponics.
While working hard towards an October release for their new album Paradigm Shift
, members of the group took up an interest in growing fresh vegetables in their recording studio. The set-up, described only as a "micro-farm," includes a variety of organic leafy greens and herbs grown by Korn themselves and features one prominent vegetable dear to the group that simply could not have been done without - corn, of course.
Korn's dabble in hydroponics came after a recent change in the band's attitude toward their health, which in turn meant a diet richer in veggies. The studio garden is not only charming to look at, but also will provide the extra dose of vitamins necessary to keep that late night headbanging going until October.
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