A teaser for "Rotting In Vain", the brand new video from KORN, is available below. The full clip will make its online debut on Friday, July 22.
KORN fans got an unexpected surprise on Saturday night (July 16) during the band's set at the Chicago Open Air festival in Bridgeview, Illinois. The group debuted "Rotting In Vain", performing it live for the first time. The tune will appear on KORN's upcoming twelfth album, which is tentatively due out this fall. The CD will feature a guest appearance by SLIPKNOT frontman Corey Taylor on one song.
The yet-to-be-titled follow-up to 2013's "The Paradigm Shift" marks the second KORN album since the return of guitarist Brian "Head" Welch, who said, "This is a record to me that the intensity of KORN is back, and the live energy. Raw energy is there."
KORN is co-headlining the "Return Of The Dreads" tour this summer with ROB ZOMBIE, beginning on July 19 in Englewood, Colorado. That trek winds down on September 3 in Bristow, Virginia.
KORN will also hit the road this fall with co-headliners BREAKING BENJAMIN for the "Nocturnal Underground Tour", which will kick off on September 24 in Fargo, North Dakota and run through late October.
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