Is Korn making a new album?

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Is Korn making a new album?

Korn will also headline the 2021 Rock Fest, scheduled for July 15 through 17 in Cadott, Wisconsin. Korn’s latest studio album is 2019’s “The Nothing.” The album brought another chart-topping rock single for Korn in “You’ll Never Find Me.”

Is Korn touring in 2021?

This summer is about to get loud — Korn have announced a U.S. tour for 2021 with Staind, who will be joining them for all dates. The 28-date run will begin in early August in West Palm Beach, Fla., and will end in Dallas toward the end of September. Staind also have new music underway.

Is there a new Korn song?

Korn have unveiled the sinister new song “Cold” from their upcoming LP The Nothing, out September 13th via Elektra Records/Roadrunner Records. The Nothing marks Korn’s 13th studio album and follows their 2016 effort, The Serenity of Suffering.

Is Korn still touring?

Korn tour dates 2021 – 2022. Korn is currently touring across 18 countries and has 29 upcoming concerts. Their next tour date is at Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh, after that they’ll be at Xfinity Center in Mansfield.

Can you hear me Korn album?

The Nothing
Can You Hear Me/Album
Korn put their own uniquely bleak spin on self-isolation in the new video for their song “Can You Hear Me,” which appeared on 2019’s The Nothing.

Who is on tour with KoRn?

Korn and Alice in Chains announced an epic co-headline amphitheater tour across North America in the summer of 2019. Underoath joins as special guest on all dates, with Ho99o9 and FEVER 333 opening on select dates.

What do KoRn fans call themselves?

From what I can tell (feel free to chime in, fans), Killjoys is a relatively new nickname based on the band’s latest album, Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys. Prior to that, most fans called themselves the MCR-my (and many still do).

What songs does Korn live?

Live Stats

  • Here to Stay.
  • Falling Away From Me.
  • Cold.
  • Freak on a Leash.
  • You’ll Never Find Me.
  • Coming Undone.
  • Blind.
  • Can You Hear Me.

Is head still in KoRn?

Korn guitarist Brian “Head” Welch departed the band back in 2005 after becoming a born again Christian and has opened up about his experience with religion. He eventually rejoined Korn in 2012 as both Welch and the band had felt they had grown exponentially since his previous stint.

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