KORN have tapped PUDDLE OF MUDD and DEADSY to open their North American tour, which is scheduled to kick off on June 20th First Union Arena in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.

KORN will reportedly release the full itinerary for the upcoming trek via their revamped web site tomorrow, Friday, April 19th.

The preliminary dates for the KORN/DEADSY/PUDDLE OF MUDD tour are as follows:

Jun. 20 - Wilkes-Barre, PA - First Union Arena
Jun. 21 - Hartford, CT
Jun. 23 - New York, NY - Madison Square Garden
Jun. 26 - Toronto, ON
Jun. 27 - Montreal, QC
Jun. 29 - Pittsburgh, PA
Jun. 30 - Cleveland, OH
Jul. 02 - Grand Rapids, MI
Jul. 03 - Detroit, MI
Jul. 05 - Chicago, IL
Jul. 08 - Peoria, IL
Jul. 09 - Lexington, KY - Rupp Arena
Jul. 11 - Indianapolis, IN
Jul. 12 - Columbus, OH
Jul. 13 - Dayton, OH

KORN's fifth full-length album, Untouchables, is set for release on June 11th.


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