Well what does one do when deciding to call a new town home. If you’re anything like me you wanna hit up a live show asap. I just recently moved to West Palm Beach FL. After being here for about a week it was time to hit up a big show. I’ve already been to a couple spots around town to get some of the local flavor and I’m telling you this is a killer place for live music. But, I was ready to bask in the glory of a full on production. So, I looked up some different shows in the area before realizing that I actually now live about 15 min. from iThink Amphitheatre. I really dig the place. It’s almost exactly the same as Tinley Park up by Chicago (my old haunt) I mean like almost exactly. Feeling quite at home I was ready to catch the show, the line-up consisted of Korn, Staind, and ’68. It was so nice to be outside at a huge venue like this, people everywhere having an awesome time. I had almost forgotten how awesome the experience really can be to us music lovers. First up was ’68 and of course I was a little late so I walked in about half-way through their set. Totally my bad, because I shoulda been there for the whole thing. I really dig ’68 they are like a blues hardcore band if you will. Very entertaining with a style all their own.
It’s been a struggle for artists to convey their art to fans in the midst of a concert moratorium due to the pandemic. Yet with almost 30 years as a band under their belt, Korn knows how to give the fans what they want through the innovation and creativity they’ve built their brand on. With their latest offering, “Korn: Monumental,” the band brought their signature stage presence to fans all over the world via livestream from a visually stunning overlook in Los Angeles, California. While many live streams have focused on giving audiences an intimate experience, Korn managed to amplify the feel of their electrifying live performance to a new level of massive grandiosity. Making expert use of lighting and aerial shots, the band can be seen from all angles being bathed in the blue and white light as stunning visuals are projected off the enormous screens installed as part “Stranger Things: The Drive-Into Experience.”
Korn will host an immersive global livestream event, next weekend! Scheduled for Saturday, April 24th at 1:00PM PDT / 4:00PM EDT / 9:00PM BST / 10:00PM CEST, the ticketed immersive concert experience will broadcast worldwide from the set of the breath-taking Stranger Things: The Drive-Into Experience. Produced by Danny Wimmer Presents, the performance promises to be an unforgettable set from the iconic band, highlighted by rare and sought-after deep cuts and classics from their legendary catalog. Since KORN’s latest critically acclaimed album, The Nothing (Roadrunner Records), never received a proper tour due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, KORN: MONUMENTAL will mark the live debut of select tracks from the new record for fans around the globe. Watch the trailer and enter our contest below!Continue reading
Korn has shared a cover of The Charlie Daniels Band classic “The Devil Went Down To Georgia” Yelawolf exclusively via Bandcamp today at the link below. All proceeds from the track will be donated to Awakening Youth, a nonprofit organization devoted to young people faced with the loss of a parent due to divorce, addiction, death, being surrendered for adoption, or other reasons. Daniels passed away earlier this month at age 83 after suffering a stroke. Recorded during the sessions for the critically acclaimed chart-topping epic The Nothing (Roadrunner), the track honors the late Daniels.
Korn has shared a previously unreleased acoustic version of the song ‘Can You Hear Me’ can be streamed below. The original track appeared on the band’s latest album, ‘The Nothing’, which came out last September via Roadrunner Records.
Korn has announced their previously announced European summer 2020 tour dates have been rescheduled to maintain the safety of the band’s fans, crew, and venue staff. All existing tickets will be honored for the rescheduled shows in May/June 2021. Korn continues to support their 2019 album The Nothing, released via Roadrunner Records.Continue reading
Korn has shared their record release show for their 2019 album The Nothing (Roadrunner), filmed inside of a living art installation. It was aired during Warner Music Group’s first-of-its-kind virtual music festival, PlayOn Fest, supporting the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization (WHO), powered by the UN Foundation. You can now watch the concert below.Continue reading
Korn has shared a new music video for a track from their recent 2019 album The Nothing (Roadrunner Records). can be seen below. ‘Can You Hear Me’ was filmed and directed by Adam Mason and was produced by Elizabeth Mason and you can watch it right now!
Korn and Breaking Benjamin, if ever there was a 90s/00s tour to be at, it’s this one! The angsty, JNCO jeans and hockey jersey-wearing white boy in me jumped at this one. This tour is a melting pot of old school fans and new school fans alike. People such as myself that grew up with Korn’s self-titled début, Follow The Leader, and Issues alongside people who grew up listening to Breaking Benjamin’s We Are Not Alone, Phobia, and Dear Agony coming together to join in a loud AF holy matrimony that sold out the SNHU Arena with 12,000 people. So let’s hop into this mufucka, shall we?Continue reading
Korn’s released their album The Nothing recently (Roadrunner/Elektra Records) to acclaim. Produced by their collaborator Nick Raskulinecz (Alice In Chains, Foo Fighters, Mastodon), the band has taken their sound up a notch almost twenty-five-plus years after their debut. They just released the new official live performance video for the single ‘You’ll Never Find Me’ which you can see below. The clip was directed by Sebastien Paquet and filmed on Korn’s 2019 North American summer co-headline tour with Alice In Chains. It shows all the power and emotion of a typical Korn show with the band playing, their light show, and the fans going off! You can catch the band next at Aftershock Sacramento!Continue reading