Korn Perform “Can You Hear Me,“ “Cold,” & “Finally Free“ Live For The First Time During Album Release Show

Korn recently played an album release show for their latest album “The Nothing” at ShowBiz Studios in Los Angeles, CA. The concert was held on September 13 and it featured the live debuts of “Can You Hear Me,“ “Cold,” and “Finally Free.“ You can see fan-filmed footage of those tracks and more below. It’s also worth noting that a performance artist joined the group onstage during the show as well.


Korn Premiere New Song “Can You Hear Me”, Announce “The Nothing” Podcast

Korn have premiered a new song titled “Can You Hear Me.” This track is from the band’s new album “The Nothing,” which will be released on September 13. It’s worth noting that the visualizer for “Can You Hear Me” also serves as a trailer for the group’s new “The Nothing” podcast.

Here’s some more info on the podcast:

“‘The Nothing’, a six-part dramatized series and a wholly unique project from a band, tells the story of journalist Matt Singer who travels to the small town of Wellden, Kansas to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a teenage girl. He soon discovers not everything is as it seems in the rural community, and finds himself heading into his own heart of darkness. Produced by Elizabeth Mason and directed by Adam Mason, ‘The Nothing’ stars Keir O’Donnell (Wedding Crashers, Fargo, Legion), Darri Ingolfsson (Dexter, Black Antenna) and Mikayla S. Campbell.”

Watch Virtual Version Of Korn Play In-Game Concert In “AdventureQuest 3D” & “AQWorlds”

As previously reported, Korn are taking part in a special month long event for “AdventureQuest 3D” and “AQWorlds” as part of the grand opening of the “Battle Concert Arena.” You can watch a virtual version of the band performing an in-game concert below:

[via The PRP]

44-Year-Old Man Arrested For Allegedly Sexually Assaulting 19-Year-Old Girl At Korn & Alice In Chains’ Cuyahoga Falls, OH Show

According to Fox 8 Cleveland, a 44-year-old man named Ryan Bollas was arrested after allegedly sexually assaulting a 19-year-old girl during Korn and Alice In Chains’ August 16 show in Cuyahoga Falls, OH. The victim said the man looked very intoxicated and that he grabbed her breasts during the concert. She then snapped a photo of Bollas, which the police used to help identify him. Bollas has since turned himself in and is now facing a sexual imposition charge. He also posted a $5,000 bond and is expected to appear in court on September 10.

Virtual Version Of Korn To Play In-Game Concert In “AdventureQuest 3D” & “AQWorlds”

According to Massively Overpowered, Korn will be playing an in-game concert on “AdventureQuest 3D” and “AQWorlds” as part of the grand opening of the “Battle Concert Arena.” The concert will take place during a special in-game event, which will run for a month starting on August 20. Notably, the performance will feature a new song from the band’s new album “The Nothing” (out September 13). The event will be free for new players, but you can purchase a VIP pack featuring Korn branded items, “Heavy Metal Mosh Pit” armor, the ability to transform into monsters during the show, and a backstage pass so you can get a shot with the virtual versions of the band.

Korn’s James “Munky” Shaffer To Miss Upcoming Shows

Korn guitarist James “Munky” Shaffer will be missing the band’s immediate live dates so he can be home for the birth of his daughter. During his absence, JR Bareis (Spoken, ex-Islander, etc.) will be filling in.

Munky commented:

“Since our family is waiting any day now for the birth of our daughter, I won’t be performing starting on Tuesday August 6th through Sunday August 11th .I’ll be back in Detroit. I’m going to miss you all very much on those dates. But, you’re in great hands with our close friend and brother @jrbareis95 who is filling in for me…and of course the rest of @korn_official who will carry the load. Thank you to all of our fans for your understanding and support!”

Korn are currently out on a co-headlining tour with Alice In Chains and their new album “The Nothing” will be released on September 13.