KORN ANNOUNCE US/ CANADA DATES THIS JUNE w/ SLUGGO, J DEVIL

BRAND NEW VIDEO FOR “WAY TOO FAR” OUT NOW

KORN REUNITES WITH BRIAN “HEAD” WELCH ON STAGE AT CAROLINA REBELLION

Metal pioneers KORN have just announced a string of June dates that will take them through the Northeast, Midwest, and even Canada. Openers on the tour include frontman JONATHAN DAVIS DJing as his alter ego J Devil, as well as dubstep talent Sluggo.  Ticket information and special VIP packages can found at korn.com.

This comes on the heels of Korn’s brand new video for “WAY TOO FAR.”  The comically surreal video, directed by Joshua Allen and produced by Sebastien Paquet, debuted at Noisey.com this week.  Preceding the debut, several bizarre photos of the band surfaced on their Facebook page- one featuring bassist Fieldy getting a face tattoo and one showing front man Jonathan Davis holding a rifle, and then bloodied on the ground.  After watching the video, it’s apparent these were screenshots taken from specific scenes.  WATCH THE VIDEO HERE.

KORN released their new album THE PATH OF TOTALITY this past December, where it debuted in the Top Ten on Billboard.  The album has also been a fixture on Billboard’s Dance Electronic Albums chart, and has sold over 500,000 digital singles from the album—a staggering amount for a rock band, featuring the brand new single, “WAY TOO FAR” as well as “GET UP!” and “NARCISSISSTIC CANNIBAL,” the later two of which were Top Ten hits at Active Rock Radio.

Korn made waves this weekend when founding member Brian “Head” Welch joined his former bandmates onstage for the first time in 9 years on Saturday night in front of 30,000 amazed fans at this year’s Carolina Rebellion Festival.  Check out Revolver.com’s exclusive coverage HERE.

Speaking of Revolver, last month KORN took home the REVOLVER Golden God Award for “Album of the Year,” presented by Marshall Amplification, for THE PATH OF TOTALITY (Roadrunner).

Current KORN TOUR DATES w/ SLUGGO, J DEVIL:

MAY 2012

TUE      8             Huntington, NY                The Paramount

THU     10           Sayreville, NJ                    Starland Ballroom

JUST ANNOUNCED:

JUNE 2012

FRI        15           Quebec, CANADA                         Montebello Festival *

SAT       16           Hampton Beach, NH                  Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom

SUN      17            Wallingford, CT                            The Dome at Oakdale Theatre

TUE      19           Pittsburgh, PA                               Stage AE

WED    20          Fort Wayne, IN                              Piere’s

SUN      24           Minneapolis, MN                         Myth

MON    25           Fargo, ND                                         Concert Hall @ The Venue

WED    27           Missoula, MT                                  Big Sky Brewery

FRI        29           Dawson Creek, BC                        EnCana Events Center

SAT       30          Gibbons, AB                                    Boonstock Festival *

*Festival Date

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