KORN Announce Central/South American Dates, New Elementree Signing

KORN have officially announced the dates for their Central/South American tour. They are as follows:

Mar. 02 - Mexico City, MX @ Foro Sol
Mar. 09 - Santiago, CL @ Pista Atletica
Mar. 11 - Sao Paulo, BR @ CrediCard Hall
Mar. 12 - Sao Paulo, BR @ CrediCard Hall
Mar. 14 - Caracas, VE @ Ilusion Amphitheatre

In other news, KORN's label Elementree Records have signed Chicago, Illinois-based rapper MARZ. MARZ is currently in the studio with KORN frontman Jonathan Davis at the production help working on his debut album for Elementree/Gefen Records, due in late summer/early fall. MARZ is also tentatively set to join KORN's upcoming headlining tour, which is projected to kick off in June. For more information on MARZ, visit his web site at: www.marzgorillaz.com.


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