KORN Contribute $20,000 To Tsunami Relief Fund
According to USA Today, KORN have contributed $20,000 to the disaster relief fund for the tsunami victims in Asia.
In other news, KORN frontman Jonathan Davis reportedly told Hard 'N' Heavy magazine that a new song the band have written for their upcoming studio album contains a very long instrumental section, with Davis apparently comparing the track to "Orion" by METALLICA.
KORN are planning on entering the studio this month to begin work on their seventh album, tentatively slated for a late spring/early summer 2005 release. Also in the works is a late winter/early spring live DVD release featuring footage mainly from this past summer's Projekt Revolution Tour.
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