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Korn is now on the road after selling out their 30th anniversary show

Are you ready to celebrate Korn‘s 30th anniversary? An October anniversary performance in Los Angeles has already been scheduled and sold out by the groundbreaking nu-metal trio. Evanescence, Gojira, System of a Down’s Daron Malakian with his Scars on Broadway side project, Spiritbox, and Vended are among the acts providing support for that concert.

You can still watch Korn this year even if you were unable to purchase tickets or were forced to work on your days off by your grumpy, old boss—despite the fact that you’re a kind and accommodating person—because you can still take time off. Since there will just be one performance, the band isn’t officially referring to trek as a 30-year tour, but it’s reasonable to presume they will celebrate the occasion as they make their way across North America. Moreover, Spiritbox and Gojira are scheduled to open for them.

Prior to the official ticket sale on Friday at 10 a.m. local time, Citi cardholders can purchase tickets starting at noon today. The band’s website has all the information you require.

The self-titled debut album by Korn, which broke heavy music boundaries in 1994 with its hip-hop beats, strident seven-string guitar riffs, and throaty neuroses of frontman Jonathan Davis, isn’t actually celebrating its 30th anniversary on the calendar. Perhaps they are celebrating by taking October 11 off.

In an extensive oral history of Korn for Rolling Stone, the band celebrated the album’s tenth anniversary and described how they invented the ground-breaking style of nu-metal, which helped pave the way for artists like System of a Down, Limp Bizkit, and Mudvayne.

Former drummer David Silveria of the group remarked, “I guess people say we invented this nu-metal sound or whatever.” “I never really gave it that much thought. I assumed we were just going about our business. That’s just how all of our musical influences naturally came to be. I never really gave it any thought that this new genre of music we’ve created will become extremely popular. I never even considered the possibility.

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