KORN Play New York, Line Up Additional European Dates
KORN will perform at New York's Hammerstein Ballroom tonight as part of what is being billed as the first-ever live digitally-simulcast concert available exclusively in movie theaters to celebrate the release of the group's forthcoming album Untouchables. The band will reportedly walk down the red carpet at 9:00 PM and will hit the stage by 10:00 PM.
In other news, more dates have been leaked for KORN's upcoming European tour. They are as follows:
Aug. 13 – TBA. POR @ TBA
Aug. 17 – GER @ Bizarre Festival
Aug. 22-24 – BEL @ Pukkelpop Festival
Aug. 31 - Wiesen, AUS @ TBA
Sep. 07 - London, UK @ Docklands Arena
Sep. 11 - Glasgow, UK @ SECC
Sep. 12 - Manchester, UK @ Arena
Sep. 13 - Lyon, FRA @ Bizarre Festival
Sep. 14 - Paris, FRA @ Palais Omnisport de Paris Bercy
Also on the KORN front, the band are scheduled to appear on MTV's TRL sometime next week. Bassist Fieldy's house will also be profiled on MTV's Cribs this Wednesday at 10:00 PM.
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