KORN: First U.S. Date Unveiled

Launch Radio Networks reports: The first of several selected KORN performances this fall has been posted at Pollstar.com. It will take place on December 16 in Miami, Florida, where the band will join that night's stop of the Masters Of Horror tour, featuring MUDVAYNE, SEVENDUST, 10 YEARS and BOBAFLEX. More KORN shows are expected to be announced in the coming weeks. The band plans to travel across the U.S. in two tour buses to promote the December 6th release of its seventh album, "See You on the Other Side". The trip will include stops at radio stations and surprise live shows.

KORN plans to launch a full-scale North American tour in March.

KORN recently shot a video for its new single, "Twisted Transistor", in which rappers Snoop Dogg, Lil Jon, Xzibit and David Banner play the members of the band.

"See You on the Other Side" is KORN's first album since the departure of guitarist Brian "Head" Welch earlier this year. The group has been using ex-OTEP axeman Rob Patterson for live shows, but has no plans to permanently replace Welch.

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