Angel’s Rock Report–Korn, Chris Cornell [AUDIO]
Korn have moved the release of their 10th studio album, The Path of Totality, from November to December 6th. The album is a continuation of their experiment with dubstep and electronic dance music, which started with the single “Get Up.” Path will be available as a standard album and in a deluxe edition with bonus tracks as well as a DVD of The Encounter, the band’s concert last year in a crop circle in Bakersfield, California.
Korn will hit the road before the album is released. Their tour starts on November 3rd in Boston and wraps up on November 20th in Dallas.
Chris Cornell plans to release a live album drawn from his solo acoustic tours. Songbook, due on November 21st, features songs from Temple of the Dog, Soundgarden, Audioslave and his solo career, as well as covers of songs by Led Zeppelin and John Lennon.
Cornell will start another leg of the tour on November 1st in Memphis. If you purchase your Songbook tour tickets online, you’ll receive a digital copy of the album.
Buckcherry have taken one of the toughest opening slots in the business — playing before Guns n’ Roses. They’re slated to open the first five dates on the GNR tour, starting October 28th in Orlando and ending November 4th in Houston.
Of course, with Axl Rose‘s habit of being tardy, Buckcherry very well could have enough time to do an entire headline set every night before Rose even makes it to the arena.
The Pearl Jam 20 soundtrack has bowed at number-10 on the Billboard album chart.
Evans Blue will release a single called “This Time It’s Different” on October 4th — which is the birthday of bassist Joe Pitter. Their fourth album is due out early next year.
News gathered from Premiere Radio