Korn have announced another leg of their massively successful The Path of Totality tour. The band only just wrapped the second leg, which ran in late winter, packing houses and earning rave reviews along the way, featuring frontman Jonathan Davis spinning as his J Devil alter ego. Talented EDM artist Sluggo has also been opening on the tour, to great acclaim.
The next leg launches on April 20 and finds the band hitting several cities and amphitheaters in Texas, which will be a mix of headlining shows and festival dates.
Most of the dates go on sale March 8 and 9, with more dates to be announced soon. Sluggo, one of the hottest up and coming electro artists around, will support Korn on the headlining dates. Pre-sale tickets and VIP packages will be available starting Wednesday, March 7 at 3 PM local time. Details can be found at korn.com.
Korn released their new album The Path of Totality in December, where it debuted Top 10 on Billboard. Korn collaborated with some of the hottest names in electronic music, such as Skrillex, 12th Planet, Flinch, Excision and Kill the Noise. The album has been met with near universal praise, and Korn once again proved that they are ahead of the curve. In fact, not only has the album sold well, but has already garnered over 450,000 single sales. That’s a staggering amount and a testament to the growing EDM following that Korn has amassed by experimenting with different genres.
Korn has just released their third single, “Way Too Far,” featuring 12th Planet. Both “Get Up” and “Narcissistic Cannibal” were Top 5 rock hits.
Check out the band’s track-by-track breakdown of the album here, where the band shares details of each song with Billboard.
Korn Path of Totality Tour Dates:
April 20 – Lonestar Amphitheater – Lubbock, TX
April 21 – Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion – Spring, TX
April 22 – Palladium Ballroom – Dallas, TX
April 24 – Pharr Entertainment Center – Pharr, TX
April 26 – Hemisphere Park – San Antonio, TX
April 27 – Concrete Street Amphitheater – Corpus Christi, TX
April 29 – Metropolitan Park – Jacksonville, FL
May 5 – Fairgrounds – Charlotte, NC
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