THE band Korn, known for pioneering the nu metal genre, was formed in California in 1993.
Nu metal is a sub-genre of alternative metal that combines elements of heavy metal music with elements of other genres.
When will Korn go on tour?
Korn will tour across the US during the summer of 2021, it has been announced.
Tickets are scheduled to go on sale on May 14 at noon via Live Nation, according to Rolling Stone.
The run will begin on August 5 at the iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach, Florida, and will conclude on September 21 at the Dos Equis Pavilion in Dallas, Texas.
The band will also play the Louder Than Life festival in Louisville, Kentucky, on September 23, according to Rolling Stone.
The band is also scheduled to perform five times between June 16 and July 17, according to the Korn website.
They make an appearance in Stockholm, Sweden, in mid-June, and will be in Cadott, Wisconsin, one month later.
What are Korn's best songs?
The best Korn song is 1994's Blind, according to Kerrang!
Loudwire had pronounced in 2014 that 1998's Frank on a Leash is Korn's top song.
"Freak on a Leash was the last single from the band's breakthrough album Follow The Leader," Chris Ford writes in Loudwire.
"The video, which netted Korn their first Grammy, shows the background story behind the album's unsettling cover.
"The clip also features some cool effects as the point of view follows the trail of an errant bullet mistakenly fired from a cop's gun.
"This song is pure Korn, complete with creepy verses followed by heavy, groove-centric choruses."
Kerrang! ranks Freak on a Leash as number four – behind Blind, Falling Away from Me, and Here to Stay.
Writes Sam Law in Kerrang!: "They’d been on the boil for the four years leading up to this point, but it was with the ethereal aesthetic and understated menace of Freak On A Leash that Korn properly bubbled over into the mass-mainstream consciousness.
"That hauntingly glassy intro could’ve been lifted from the darker end of hip-hop, and Jonathan’s rhythmic delivery sounds almost rapped, but the song builds from the 60-second mark into a nu-metal masterclass full of crunching riffage and twisted angst."
Current members of Korn include lead singer Jonathan Davis, James "Munky" Shaffer, Reginald Arvizu, Brian "Head" Welch, and Ray Luzier.
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