KORN Confirmed For Switzerland's GAMPEL Festival

KORN have been confirmed for the 2005 edition of the Gampel festival, set to take place August 18-21 in Gampel, Switzerland. The band will perform on Friday, August 19, according to the festival's official web site. Also scheduled to appear at the festival are THE ROOTS and JOE COCKER, among many others.

KORN are currently working on the follow-up to 2003's "Take a Look in the Mirror", entitled "Souvenir of Sadness", for an August/September release via their own label.

KORN have worked with several producers during the pre-production stage for the new CD, including Linda Perry, Atticus Clark, The Matrix, and Dallas Austin. Among the cuts that are slated for inclusion on the upcoming album are "Liar", "Polotix", "Last Legal Drug", "Le Petit Mort" and "Souvenir of Sadness".

KORN and rapper XZIBIT's newly recorded cover of PUBLIC ENEMY's "Fight the Power" is among the exclusive tracks are featured on the soundtrack for "XXX: State of the Union", out now on Jive Records.


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