Brian “Head” Welch hasn’t been on a Korn album since 2003’s Take a Look in the Mirror, but has returned to the band for the upcoming The Paradigm Shift. It’ll put Welch doing double-duty, but Welch’s new band, Love and Death (along with Asking Alexandria) will be opening for Korn.

It’s only for nine shows, and while only five shows have locations, the cities are confirmed.

09/26 – Philadephia, Pa. @ Electric Factory
09/27 – New York, N.Y. @ Roseland Ballroom
09/28 – Worcester, Mass. @ The Palladium
09/30 – Toronto, Ontatio @ TBA
10/01 – Detroit, Mich. @ TBA
10/02 – Chicago, Il.. @ The Riviera Theatre
10/03 – Minneapolis, Minn. @ TBA
10/10 – Los Angeles, Calif. @ TBA
10/12 – Las Vegas, Nev. @ TBA

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