This American band starts its career in 1993 officially. However, three of them were playing together even earlier in L.A.P.D band. Korn (or KoЯn, stylized name that you can see on all the group’s albums) includes Jonathan Davis (leader of the band and its vocalist), James Shaffer (also known as Munky, lead guitar), Brian Welsh (known as Head, guitar, backvocals), Reginald Arvizu (Fieldy, bass guitar) and Ray Luzier (drums, Luzier replaced David Silveria). Want to see this band live? Buy Korn tickets for their upcoming tour.
The band is a pioneer of a nu metal style. Their music changed a lot from their debut album until nowadays. However, they have saved their style adding more depth in their sound. When journalist asked Davis questions about his band’s style, he answered that he was never thinking about Korn like about a metal band. Korn was influenced by many famous groups and artist of 90th such as Metallica, Nirvana, RHCP, Fear Factory, Duran Duran and many others.
The first album was released in 1993 (Neidermayer’s Mind). Then, in 1994 came their Korn album and in 1996 they have released Life is Peachy. It is to mention that Life is Peachy was nominated for Grammy. In 1996 Korn headlined Lollapalooza, but the band had to stop their tour due to Shaffer illness.
In 1998 the band released Follow the leader album which brought Korn success. Freak on a Leash won Grammy. Their fourth album appeared in 1999. It was surely Issues which help Korn to dominate MTV again.
Korn has significantly changed its sound for Untouchables that was released in 2002. This album was the number two behind Eminem and finally won Grammy. The most popular singles from the album were Thoughtless and Here to Stay.
Their fifth album Take a look in the Mirror appeared in 2003. It was multi-platinum but marker a start of a decline of the group. In addition, Welsh decided to leave Korn in 2005.
In the following several years the band was working with Virgin but did nothing significant. In 2012 rejoined the band and in 2013 they have released their eleventh The Paradigm Shift album. This one was in top ten of many charts in the United States and abroad. Then came the Serenity of suffering which is the latest one in the current Korn’s “career”.
In 2017 Korn launches a brief three month tour together with Sour Stone. This event kicks off on March 5, 2017 and lasts until August 1, 2017. Watch the table below to see the exact Korn tour dates. If you want to purchase the concert tickets for Korn, please, be free to find any date and place you want and press “Buy Ticket” button.
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|Anaheim, CA||Sunday Mar 05||House Of Blues – Anaheim||400 W Disney Way|
|Anaheim, CA||Monday Mar 06||House Of Blues – Anaheim||400 W Disney Way|
|Concord, NC||Friday May 05||Rock City Campgrounds at Charlotte Motor Speedway||5555 Concord Pkwy S|
|Concord, NC||Saturday May 06||Rock City Campgrounds at Charlotte Motor Speedway||5555 Concord Pkwy S|
|Silver Spring, MD||Sunday May 07||The Fillmore Silver Spring||8656 Colesville Rd|
|Huntington, NY||Tuesday May 09||Paramount Theatre – Huntington||370 New York Ave|
|Pittsburgh, PA||Wednesday May 10||Stage AE||400 N Shore Dr|
|Grand Rapids, MI||Thursday May 11||20 Monroe Live||11 Ottawa Ave NW|
|Kansas City, MO||Sunday May 14||Uptown Theater – KC||3700 Broadway|
|Memphis, TN||Tuesday May 16||Minglewood Hall||1555 Madison Ave|
|Nashville, TN||Wednesday May 17||Nashville Municipal Auditorium||417 4th Ave N|
|Atlanta, GA||Thursday May 18||The Tabernacle – GA||152 Luckie Street NW|
|Columbus, OH||Friday May 19||Mapfre Stadium||One Black & Gold Blvd|
|Toronto, Canada||Saturday Jun 10||Budweiser Stage – Toronto||909 Lake Shore Blvd W|
|Mountain View, CA||Wednesday Jun 21||Shoreline Amphitheatre – CA||1 Amphitheatre Pkwy|
|Mountain View, CA||Thursday Jun 22||Shoreline Amphitheatre – CA||1 Amphitheatre Pkwy|
|Cincinnati, OH||Saturday Jul 08||Riverbend Music Center||6295 Kellogg Ave|
|Clarkston, MI||Sunday Jul 09||DTE Energy Music Theatre||7774 Sashabaw Road|
|Holmdel, NJ||Wednesday Jul 12||PNC Bank Arts Center||Exit 116 & Garden State Parkway|
|Oshkosh, WI||Thursday Jul 13||Ford Festival Park||Oshkosh, WI 54904,|
|Bridgeview, IL||Friday Jul 14||Toyota Park||7000 Harlem Ave|
|Bridgeview, IL||Saturday Jul 15||Toyota Park||7000 Harlem Ave|
|Mansfield, MA||Thursday Jul 20||Xfinity Center – MA||885 S Main St|
|Toronto, Canada||Tuesday Jul 25||Budweiser Stage – Toronto||909 Lake Shore Blvd W|
|BB&T Pavilion||1 Harbour Blvd|
|PNC Bank Arts Center||Exit 116 & Garden State Parkway|
|DTE Energy Music Theatre||7774 Sashabaw Road|
|Riverbend Music Center||6295 Kellogg Ave|