Music producer Ross Robinson lists Venice home

He produced Korn’s self-titled first record

Property at Ocean Front Walk, with Ross Robinson (MLS/Getty)
Property at Ocean Front Walk, with Ross Robinson (MLS/Getty)

Is it “falling away from” him?

The producer of Korn’s self-titled record, which had hits like “Freak on a leash” and “Falling away from me,” has listed his Venice estate for $11.7 million, the Los Angeles Times reported.

Ross Robinson is seeking a buyer for the 4,400-square-foot beach home.

Built in 1997 by Miguel Flores and David Ming-Li Lowe and recently renovated by designer Michael McCraine, the four-story estate has three bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms. Three fireplaces, wood-and-steel staircases, a rooftop deck, and a three-car garage complete the contemporary, vertically-built home.

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Robinson purchased the property in 2000 for $2.35 million, records show.

Tiffany Rochelle of Halton Pardee + Partners has the listing.

The nu-metal producer contributed to Fear Factory’s 1991 album “Concrete,” as well as the success of bands including The Cure, Slipknot, Limp Bizkit and Glassjaw. [LAT] – Natalie Hoberman