Korn and Staind gather for this huge tour. Coming to the stage near you soon… see you in the mosh pit! In 2021, two big names of the nu-metal movement in the late 1990s will join forces to tour North America!
Korn on Tour
Korn announced a 2021 US tour with Staind. Staind will participate in the tour on all dates. The 28-day tour will begin in West Palm Beach, Florida in early August. And it will end in Dallas at the end of September. In some cities, ’68 and Fire From the Gods will also join them. Rock and metal fans can finally look forward to the concert for some time.
You have a chance to grab tickets for this tour, which will be available for pre-sale from May 13th at 10 am local time.
General sales started at noon on Friday, May 14th, local time. Tickets can be purchased through Live Nation. Korn’s latest studio release is The Nothing in 2019. However, lead singer Jonathan Davis confirmed that the band completed the writing of a follow-up work a few weeks ago. Now that they are on the road. But who can say when they can enter the studio and start recording-but we are very satisfied with that?
Korn took over mainstream metal for the first time in the late 1990s with their boldly integrated genre. Popular songs like “Freak On A Leash” cemented their position among the biggest nu-metal bands. Korn is known for supporting their explosive guitar improvisations with hip-hop fringe and high-octane live performances!
During the same period, Staind rose to fame. And the unforgettable and versatile singing of lead singer Aaron Lewis gave them a unique voice. It is still synonymous with their poetic heavy metal. Of course, there are songs like “It’s Being A While” and “Outside”, which helped define an era in which Y2K chaos and new metal fueled mosh pit fanaticism.
Stand also has new music in progress. After reuniting and performing a few shows in 2019, singer Aaron Lewis recently confirmed that he believes their new album will be released sometime in 2022-which will be there since the 2011 “Staind” first new album.
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