Angel’s Rock Report
Korn are doing something on their current tour they’ve never done before — two different sets. That’s because they’ve decided to play a six-song set from the upcoming dubstep-influenced The Path of Totality and then take a break before rolling into their hits. Singer Jonathan Davis tells Rolling Stone, We couldn’t really mix the electronic ones and the later Korn songs in a set together, because the electronic set is so much huger it makes the Korn songs sound really teeny, with how massive the bass is and everything else.”
Korn’s tour continues Wednesday in Miami.
Sevendust will be back out on the road just before Thanksgiving. They’ll kick things off on November 22nd in Pensacola, Florida and hit Charlotte, North Carolina on November 26th, Detroit on December 2nd and St. Paul, Minnesota on December 5th. The finale is set for December 10th in Milwaukee.
Black Sabbath fans, Friday’s the day — that’s when the band will officially announce that they’re reuniting. BlackSabbath.com has put up a logo with “11.11.11” on it, and a private press conference has been booked for the Whisky-a-Go-Go in Los Angeles on that day with all four original members set to appear. Sabbath made their L.A. debut at the legendary club on November 11th, 1970.
Both Ozzy Osbourne and Tony Iommi have been coy about the reunion when promoting their respective books the past month, especially after details about the reunion leaked out in August.
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Disturbed: The Lost Children (Reprise)
This collects the band’s B-sides and rarities, as well as two previously unreleased tracks.