Posts Tagged ‘korn’

Korn to play FREE SHOW October 30th in El Paso

Korn’s upcoming show on October 30th at the Speaking Rock Event Center in El Paso will be absolutely free.

Korn – on Lopez Tonight – new details

New York, NY: KORN will perform for the first time on Lopez Tonight on August 24. The show, hosted by comedian George Lopez, airs at 11 PM ET on TBS. The band will perform their brand new single, “Let the Guilt Go.” This is the second single off Korn’s latest album, ‘Korn III -  Remember Who You Are’, which entered the charts at # 2 on July 20th and is in stores now.


‘Korn III : Remember Who You Are’ listening parties

‘Korn III : Remember Who You Are’ listening parties :

Encore Music and Movies
1745 West Anderson Lane
Austin, TX


Korn – listen to ‘KORN III: Remember Who You Are’

Check out the stream of Korn’s new album, ‘KORN III: Remember Who You Are’ at Craveonline

KORN Sign to Roadrunner Records

“Roadrunner Records announced this week the worldwide signing of multi-platinum, genre-defining hard rock band KORN. ‘Korn III – Remember Who You Are’ is the band’s ninth album overall and their first album for their new label. It was produced by Ross Robinson, who also manned the boards for the band’s explosively definitive self-titled 1994 debut, as well as the follow up, 1996’s Life is Peachy. Bursting onto and instantly dominating the hard rock scene in 1994, Korn have proven to be one of the pre-eminent bands in the world, as well as one of the most influential and significant bands on the hard rock musical landscape for the past two decades.”


Korn announces “BALLROOM BLITZ”

Korn hasn’t done this in a very long time.

Today, the band announced a spring tour that will take them through some of the most intimate venues they’ve played in years.  Korn’s Ballroom Blitz Tour will take the band through GA ballrooms and clubs performing new material in anticipation of their new album, Korn III: Remember Who You Are, tentatively set for a summer 2010 release.  The album is produced by Ross Robinson, who produced the seminal first two Korn records and played a big part in forming the band’s raw sound.  Since the new album is a return to Mecca for Korn fans: raw, heavy as hell and old school, the tour is meant to recapture their early days, starting out.