LINKIN PARK, KORN To Tour Together

LINKIN PARK, KORN, SNOOP DOGG and two other artists to be confirmed at a later date will be teaming up for the third Projekt Revolution tour, according to Projekt Revolution will play amphitheaters from late July into September.

LINKIN PARK's "Meteora" (Warner Bros.) debuted last March at No. 1 on The Billboard 200 and has sold 3.8 million copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan. Before Projekt Revolution, LINKIN PARK will play June 3 at the Glasgow Green Festival, June 5 at the U.K.'s Download Festival in Donington and June 9 at the Super Bock Super Rock Festival in Lisbon, Portugal.

KORN will be touring behind their latest Epic set, "Take a Look in the Mirror", which debuted at No. 1 on The Billboard 200 and has sold 782,000 units, compared to sales of 1.4 million copies for its predecessor, 2002's "Untouchables". The group has 14 European shows on tap prior to Projekt Revolution, including a June 21 date with METALLICA and appearances at Germany's Rock Am Ring/Rock Im Park festivals.


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