KORN's Family Values festival will be resurrected as a one-day event on October 5 at a yet-to-be-revealed location.A short teaser clip for the festival can be seen below. The Family Values tour launched in 1998, combining the best of rock and hip hop, and was followed up by additional treks in 1999, 2001, 2006 and 2007. In addition to headliners KORN, Family Values over the years included performances by such acts as RAMMSTEIN, LIMP BIZKIT, PRIMUS, STONE TEMPLE PILOTS, LINKIN PARK, EVANESCENCE and DMX. KORN will release "The Paradigm Shift" on October 8. The band's 11th studio album is the first to feature original guitarist Brian "Head" Welch since 2003's "Take A Look In The Mirror". The first single is "Never Never". The band will kick off a headlining North American tour on September 26 in Philadelphia, concluding in Las Vegas on October 12.
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