Korn Perform “You’ll Never Find Me” Live For The First Time

Korn performed their latest single “You’ll Never Find Me” live for the first time during their show in Del Valle, TX last night (July 18). You can see some fan-filmed footage of that below. The band’s new album “The Nothing” will be released on September 13 and they are currently out on a co-headlining tour with Alice In Chains.

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Korn Premiere “You’ll Never Find Me” Music Video

Korn have premiered a new video for their song “You’ll Never Find Me.” This track is from the band’s new album “The Nothing,” which will be released on September 13.

Jonathan Davis Discusses Korn’s New Album Title “The Nothing”

During a recent interview with Kerrang!, Jonathan Davis opened up about the title of Korn’s new album “The Nothing“ (out September 13). The singer seemed to suggest that the title was partly inspired by “The NeverEnding Story.”

Davis said the following:

“I was struggling with the thing that’s chasing me – that’s always fucking with me. I tried to give it a name and it just fit. I know it’s from ‘The NeverEnding Story‘ – The Nothing was coming to destroy the fairytale land with ‘Atreyu‘. I love that movie, but it was somewhere in-between.

The Nothing’s not necessarily evil evil – it’s a mixture, and I’m all about balance. In my house I’ve got crosses of Jesus everywhere and Baphomets everywhere – I’m in the middle, I’m Switzerland. I always thought there are two things I know for sure in the universe – there’s a positive and a negative.

I tend to be intrigued more by the dark side – I’ve collected a lot of dark things, seen some crazy shit – but when all that shit went down with Deven and my son, it seemed like the powers that be were keeping me from making the record.

I sound crazy when I talk about it, but one thing after another would happen – my mics would break, stuff at the studio would break, things would happen at home… Whatever it was, it was keeping me from doing what I was doing. It’s always been the case with me.”

Drummer For Korn Tribute Band Finishes Song After Suffering Stroke Onstage

While performing with the Korn tribute band Korn Again at the Rockstock Festival in Stockport, 28-year-old Alex Headen ended up suffering a stroke mid-song. Despite the serious medical issue, the drummer managed to finish the track before collapsing.

Headen told Manchester Evening News the following about the incident:

“I didn’t want to stop the song because it was so early in the set. I didn’t want to let the band or crowd down.

Never in a million years did I think I was having a stroke. I just thought I had low blood sugar or was dehydrated.

I thought, ‘If I get through this song, I can grab a fizzy drink or a bite to eat and carry on.

I started the show fine but by the fourth song my vision started to go blurry, then my left arm went numb and I dropped my drum stick.

I carried on playing with just my right arm but then I completely lost my vision in my left eye. The song finished and I collapsed on my drum kit.”

Headen was in the hospital for a week, undergoing various tests to see what caused the stroke. He said the following about that:

“They still don’t know the cause so I’m a little anxious about that. I can’t really remember much from the first or second days in hospital other than being very scared.

My walking has improved loads over the last few weeks. I’m still struggling with my left arm and shoulder, but I’m making good progress.

I’m very lucky that medics where close and helped me out. The [publicly funded national healthcare system] NHS [National Health Service] is a national treasure.”

Korn guitarist Brian “Head” Welch briefly commented via Instagram:

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Korn Premiere New Song “You’ll Never Find Me”, Reveal Details For New Album “The Nothing”

Korn have premiered a new song titled “You’ll Never Find Me.” This track is from the band’s new album “The Nothing,” which will be released on September 13.

“The Nothing” Track Listing:

01. “The End Begins”
02. “Cold”
03. “You’ll Never Find Me”
04. “The Darkness is Revealing”
05. “Idiosyncrasy”
06. “The Seduction Of Indulgence”
07. “Finally Free”
08. “Can You Hear Me”
09. “The Ringmaster”
10. “Gravity Of Discomfort”
11. “H@rd3r”
12. “This Loss”
13. “Surrender To Failure”

Jonathan Davis said the following about the new record:

“Deep, within our Earth lives an extraordinary force. Very few are aware of the magnitude and significance of this place where good/evil, dark/light, bliss/torment, loss/gain and hope/despair all exist as one- pulling at us every moment of our lives. It’s not something we can choose to navigate, but rather an awareness of this ‘presence’ that surrounds us with every breath, as if we are being watched at every moment.

It’s the place where black and white energies attach themselves to our souls, and shape our emotion, choices, perspective and ultimately our very existence. There is a miraculous and small realm within this vortex and it’s the only place where balance between these dynamic and polarizing forces exists -where the soul finds its refuge. Welcome to…..THE NOTHING.”

Korn Appear To Be Teasing Something For Wednesday

Korn have posted some teaser images on Instagram that are leading up to some sort of reveal on Wednesday (June 26). On top of that, the band have also shared a couple of phrases including “You’ll Never Find Me” and “Watch It All Fall Down…” Furthermore, their official site has been updated with an image board that contains four unveiled pictures and five blank spots. It is unknown what the group are teasing, but many are assuming that a new song may be coming.

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Korn’s Brian “Head” Welch Defends His Decision To Jam With Mike Huckabee

As previously reported, Brian “Head” Welch recently promoted his “Loud Krazy Love” documentary on “Huckabee,” the show hosted by controversial former Arkansas governor and conservative political commentator Mike Huckabee, and even performed an instrumental version of Korn’s “Blind” with Huckabee on bass. After facing backlash, the guitarist has taken to Instagram to defend his decision to jam with Huckabee. He said the following:

“@govmikehuckabee and I may agree or disagree on certain social issues; I don’t know. I’ve never talked to him about politics, and I don’t follow politics. People can say what they want about me jamming with the Gov, but this man has been nothing but humble and extremely kind to me and my daughter. Thank you @govmikehuckabee we had a blast!”