KORN had planned to tour the country and the world in support of their most recent album, The Nothing, but everything was put on hold when the Coronavirus pandemic made mass gatherings (like concerts) and impossibility. To compensate fans who had high hopes of seeing them live in 2020, the band just released a film-quality concert film, recorded in late 2020 at their album premiere party. Give it a watch at the top of the article!
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Guitarist Munky recently talked to us about The Nothing:
“We put a whole year into this record. That’s something we hadn’t done since Untouchables in 2002. So, we really sat with these songs, lived with them, had time to reflect on them, and then went back and worked on them some more. We didn’t rush it through just to put something out in order to get back on tour. I know a lot of bands do that; we’ve done it in the past too—I’m guilty. But this time we wanted to spend time with our families and take our time to make some great music. So, we spaced things out and really enjoyed being in the moment.“
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KORN rocked the small but enthusiastic crowd with a setlist that included new tunes and classic hits. The stage is adorned in twisted black cables and ariel acrobats contort above the musicians.