Korn Team Up With “World Of Tanks Blitz” For “Finally Free” Video

Korn have teamed up with “World Of Tanks Blitz” to create a new video for their song “Finally Free” That track is from the band’s latest album “The Nothing.”

A press release said the following about the video:

“The music video for ‘Finally Free’ tells the story of Captain, a die-hard Korn fan (and a known character in the World of Tanks Blitz universe) who’s doing all he can to get to Korn’s live performance at the ‘Burning Games’. The problem is a crew of wasteland raiders who do all they can to keep him from his goal. Will he make it to the front row of the Korn show in time?”

As part of the collaboration, Korn will also be taking part in a new in-game event called “Convergence.” The five-stage event will take place on October 16-24 and it will allow players to “complete in-game challenges to uncover pieces of band artwork and extra special items.” There will also be a new “Burning Games” mode “where players will fight for dominance on the battlefield in order to secure in-game rewards.”

Korn’s Jonathan Davis commented

“I really like World of Tanks Blitz. It’s true to the era, there are a lot of great tanks in there, and you don’t just jump in and start shooting. I think there is a connection between rock and video games because video games are intense and rock ’n’ roll music is intense. It seems like they have always gone hand in hand.”

“World Of Tanks Blitz” product director Andrey Ryabovol added:

“Wargaming is no stranger to musical collaborations, having teamed up with Iron Maiden, Swedish metallers Sabaton, and punk rock outfit, The Offspring, for previous projects. Korn is the perfect partner for our Halloween event, and we can’t wait for rock fans and World of Tanks Blitz players to experience this exciting collaboration.”

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.