KORN: Video Of JONATHAN DAVIS' Appearance At BLIZZCON Posted Online
A 10-minute video of KORN frontman Jonathan Davis' appearance at the BlizzCon convention on October 28 has been posted online at this location.
Davis was the judge of the "BlizzCon Original Song Contest" sponsored by Creative Labs and FilePlanet. Jonathan chose the grand-prize winner, who received an autographed Ibanez K7 guitar and Creative GigaWorks ProGamer G500 speaker system.
KORN will release their new album, "See You on the Other Side", on December 6 via a unique global partnership with EMI/Virgin Records. This innovative multiple rights joint venture deal is among the first of its kind in the music industry. The band's first U.S. concert in support of the upcoming CD will take place on Tuesday, November 29 at Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City. Look for the band to make their first-ever performance in a U.S. television studio (the "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" appearance was taped on an outdoor stage) November 19 on "Saturday Night Live", performing their new single "Twisted Transistor".
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