Launch Radio Networks reports: KORN frontman Jonathan Davis said that a CD and possibly DVD of this summer's Family Values tour will be coming out, either by the end of 2006 or early 2007. Davis told Launch that the band has already documented at least one show on the trek, but isn't sure yet what the final package will include. "I know a CD is gonna be coming out," he said. "We recorded one (show) in San Bernardino, but I think we're doing another one in Jones Beach, so we're gonna have two and then we're gonna mix and match and see from which the better performances are. And it's gonna be all the bands on the tour, doing different songs, and it's gonna be really cool. And then if we have enough material to do a DVD, we can do one."The Family Values tour plays in Holmdel, New Jersey today (Friday, September 1) and the Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh, New York on Saturday (September 2). Fourteen people were arrested at a Family Values stop in East Troy, Wisconsin last Saturday (August 26). Three were charged with resisting arrest, two with disorderly conduct, and most of the others with possession of either drugs or drug paraphernalia. A man was charged last month with murder and assault after fatally beating a concertgoer at the Family Values show in Atlanta, Georgia on July 30. KORN will re-release its seventh studio album, "See You On The Other Side", on September 26 in an expanded edition, including a "Chopped And Screwed" remix EP, live tracks, bonus DVD footage and more. Davis, who is almost fully recovered from a potentially lethal blood infection he contracted in June, recently told Launch that the band has already begun writing the follow-up to "See You On The Other Side".
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