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 […]
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Orgy frontman Jay Gordon discusses rebooting the band, the status of new music & the Bad Blood Tour.
On February 21, Korn will release two digital bundles of remixes for the hit single “Narcissistic Cannibal,” in which they collaborated with Skrillex and Kill the Noise, from the December-released The Path of Totality. The bundle release coincides with the launch of the second leg of The Path of Totality tour. The first bundle, featuring remixes by J. Rabbit, […]
As they gear up for the second leg of the Path of Totality Tour launching February 23 in Detroit, KORN will appear on ABC-TV’s “JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE” tomorrow, Thursday, February 2. The band–Jonathan Davis [Vocals], James “Munky” Shaffer [Guitar], Reggie “Fieldy” Arvizu [Bass] and Ray Luzier [Drums]—along with very special guest Kill the Noise, will perform their Top Five active rock single“Narcissistic Cannibal” on the show’s outdoor stage. This will mark the national TV live debut […]
This past Tuesday, Dec. 6, Korn performed an exclusive live concert featuring songs from their new album The Path to Totality with special guest performances by some of the leading dubstep and electronic music producers in the world, including Skrillex, Excision, Datsik, Downlink, Kill the Noise, and 12th Planet along with Korn classic hits. The result is this […]
Korn’s Ray Luzier discusses the band’s most progressive work to date with ‘The Path Of Totality’.
Korn announced today that they will release their tenth studio album, The Path of Totality on December 6. But this is unlike any Korn record. It’s even unlike any record released before. The Path of Totality is an experimental album which finds Korn shifting gears and exploring new territory. That should hardly come as a shock to the […]