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KORN Push Back Release Date Of "Untouchables"

KORN have pushed back the release date of their fifth full-length CD, entitled Untouchables, to June 11th through Immortal/Epic Records. The album's first single, "Here To Stay", and the accompanying Hughes Brothers-directed video, will begin airing later in the month. In the meantime, check out some photos taken at KORN's Mexico City gig this past ...

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STATIC-X, KORN Perform In Front Of 60,000 In Mexico City

STATIC-X played to their largest crowd ever on Saturday, March 2nd when they performed in front of 60,000 screaming fans in Mexico City as part of their week-long tour of Mexico with KORN. Upon the completion of the trek, STATIC-X will return to Los Angeles to record their contribution to the upcoming THE RAMONES tribute ...

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KORN Frontman Speaks Out On Rights Of Recording Artists

KORN and the group's management The Firm are reportedly backing legislators and the Recording Artists Coalition (RAC) who favor more equitable contracts for recording artists. KORN were originally scheduled to perform as part of the block of concerts scheduled in the Los Angeles area in support of the RAC, but the show was eventually pulled ...

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KORN Hire Hughes Brothers To Direct "Here To Stay" Video

KORN have hired Albert and Allen Hughes to direct the clip for "Here to Stay", the first single from their next album, Untouchables, which is scheduled for release on May 14th through Immortal/Epic Records. The Hughes Brothers had previously directed videos for TOO SHORT and KRS-ONE in addition to their directing work on the movies ...

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KORN's "Untouchables": Four Million Dollars And Counting

KORN's forthcoming fifth full-length album, titled Untouchables, has reportedly cost nearly four million dollars to produce, according to bassist Fieldy. "We spent a lot of time on it, and money. We're up to like three-and-a-half million on it now, which is ridiculous for a record." Untouchables is currently being mixed by Andy Wallace (i.e. SOULFLY, ...

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KORN Set Tentative Title For Forthcoming CD

KORN have tentatively set Untouchables as the title of their forthcoming fifth studio album, which is due to be released on May 14th through Immortal/Epic Records. The follow-up to 1999's Issues is currently being mixed at a Los Angeles studio by Andy Wallace (i.e. SOULFLY, LIMP BIZKIT, SYSTEM OF A DOWN) and is reportedly the ...

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KORN: No Europe 'Till The Summer

KORN will not tour Europe until between June and August, Britain's Kerrang! magazine is “exclusively” reporting. Contrary to previously published that the band were planning on hitting parts of the continent in May, KORN appear unlikely to arrive in Europe before the summer. Or so they say. ...

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KORN (and ZOMBIE) Pull Out Of L.A. Gig, Plan Dates Elsewhere

KORN and ROB ZOMBIE will not perform during the Concerts for Artist Rights on February 26th in the Los Angeles area, contrary to prior reports. According to a spokesperson for the multi-venue event, both of the above-mentioned acts were previously announced only as part of a "preliminary schedule" and have since indicated that they would ...

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(HED)PE Jam With KORN Bassist, Prepare New Album

KORN bassist Reginald “Fieldy” Arvizu joined (HED)PE on stage at the Key Club in Hollywood, California on January 24th and the House Of Blues in Anaheim, California on January 25th for renditions of KORN's “Blind”. It is currently rumored that the two bands will team up for a US tour later in the year, although ...

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"Queen Of The Damned" Track Listing Announced

The Queen Of The Damned soundtrack, which features material co-written by KORN frontman Jonathan Davis and former OINGO BOINGO keyboardist Richard Gibbs and is due to be issued through Warner Bros. Records on February 19th, will contain the following track listing: 01. Wayne Static of STATIC-X - "Not Meant For Me" 02. David Draiman of ...

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KORN To Embark On North American Tour In June

KORN will embark on a 12-week North American tour in June in support of the band's as-yet-untitled fifth studio effort, which is due out in May. Dates and support acts are expected to be announced in the coming weeks. Prior to the North American trek, KORN will perform a host of dates in South America ...

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JEFF SCOTT SOTO Lands On Frontiers, Gets Dissed By "Queen"

Former YNGWIE MALMSTEEN/current TALISMAN / HUMANIMAL singer Jeff Scott Soto will likely ink a deal with Frontier Records for the release of his new solo project following his “amicable” split with the Z label earlier in the month. A fall release is expected. Meanwhile, Soto's contributions to the upcoming Queen Of The Damned movie soundtrack ...

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JERRY CANTRELL's "Degradation" Track Listing Finalized!

ALICE IN CHAINS guitarist Jerry Cantrell has finalized the track listing for Degradation Trip, the axeman's first solo CD under his deal with Roadrunner Records. Tentatively due to be issued on May 14th, Degradation Trip will include the following songs: 01. Psychotic Break (4:08) 02. Bargain Basement Howard Hughes (5:36) 03. Anger Rising (6:15) 04. ...

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MARILYN MANSON To Appear On "Damned" Soundtrack!

Marilyn Manson recently entered a Los Angeles, CA area studio to record vocals for a track composed by KORN frontman Jonathan Davis and Richard Gibbs (OINGO BOINGO) for the upcoming Queen Of The Damned soundtrack, which is tentatively due to be released on February 19th. Manson provided vocals on the song "Redeemer", according to the ...

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DEADSY Set Release Date For Debut CD (Again)

DEADSY have set May 14th as the tentative release date for their long-awaited debut CD, entitled Commencement, through Elementree/Dreamworks Records. The final track listing for the effort is shaping up as follows: 01. The Key To Gramercy Park (3:12) (feat. KORN's Jonathan Davis) 02. Winners (4:22) 03. Brand New Love (4:34) 04. The Mansion World ...

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JERRY CANTRELL To Issue "Degradation Trip" On May 14th

ALICE IN CHAINS guitarist Jerry Cantrell will issue his long-awaited sophomore solo effort through Roadrunner Records on May 14th, the guitarist told WMRQ Radio 104 in Hartford, Connecticut. When asked if the label's success with SLIPKNOT and NICKELBACK influenced his decision to sign with Roadrunner, Cantrell stated: "Sure it did. I think they're doing some ...

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KORN To Tour South America In March

According to various South American media sources, KORN are scheduled to perform in Santiago, Chile on March 9th at Pista Atltica del Estadio Nacional, and in So Paulo, Brazil on March 11th and 12th at Credicard Hall. ...

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PAPA ROACH Pay Tribute To The 'KNOT On New CD

PAPA ROACH have written a song about SLIPKNOT's Sid Wilson, entitled Sid for their forthcoming CD, Lovehatetragedy, according to Kerrang! magazine. Frontman Coby Dick commented: "It's pretty wild and one of the heaviest songs we've written for the new album!" As previously reported, PAPA ROACH are presently completing work on Lovehatetragedy at a North ...

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PAPA ROACH's "Lovehatetragedy" To Drop In June

PAPA ROACH are presently completing work on their brand new album, entitled Lovehatetragedy, at a North Hollywood studio with producer Brendan O'Brien (i.e. RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE, STONE TEMPLE PILOTS, KORN). Scheduled to be issued through Dreamworks Records in June, the follow-up to 2000's Infest will include the following tracks, among others: 01. Explosive Energy ...

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SUPERFIX: Former DRAIN STH Duo Launch Their Attack!

SUPERFIX, the Los Angeles-based band featuring former DRAIN STH drummer Martina Axen (who handles lead vocals in the new group) and bassist Anna Kjellberg, are currently shopping a four-song demo that was recently completed with the help of programmer/engineer Steve Tushar, who had toured with FEAR FACTORY back in 1996 and has done some remixes ...

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Scars - SOIL

It doesn't seem all that long ago that Chicago's SOIL were struggling to get themselves heard amid a sea of LIMP BIZKIT and KORN wannabes whose musical output was deemed far more “marketable” than the southern rock-tinged sounds practiced by the Illinois quintet. All that changed when a radio programmer in Orlando, Florida, ...

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Mankind - FACTORY 81

Not much to say here. Like RELATIVE ASH, SLAVES ON DOPE and PRIMER 55, Detroit's FACTORY 81 are a faceless, generic nu-metal band who possess neither the songwriting ability nor the ingenuity to compete with the big boys, coming across instead like a bad copy of the kind of DEFTONES / LIMP BIZKIT / KORN-inspired ...

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