Korn Launches Third Leg of "Path of Totality" Tour April 20

April 19, 2012
imgEarlier this month (Wednesday, April 11), Korn garnered one of the greatest accolades in metal by winning the Revolver Golden God Award for “Album of the Year,” presented by Marshall Amplification, for The Path of Totality (Roadrunner). The win, determined by fan-generated votes, leads into the band’s third leg of their “Path of Totality” tour, launching this Friday, April 20 at Lonestar Amphitheater in Lubbock, TX.
It finds the band hitting several cities and amphitheaters, which will be a mix of headlining shows and festival dates. Openers on the tour include frontman Jonathan Davis DJing as his alter ego J Devil, as well as dubstep talent Sluggo. Ticket information found at korn.com.

Korn released their new album The Path of Totality this past December where it debuted in the Top Ten on Billboard. The album has also been a fixture on Billboard’s Dance Electronic Albums chart, and has sold 500,000 digital singles from the album—a staggering amount for a rock band.

The Golden God Award was a unique win for the Revolver Golden God Award, as the California-based band collaborated with a range of EDM artists, including Skrillex, Excision, Datsik, Feed Me, and Kill the Noise, as well as 12th Planet, who lent his production skills to the album’s current single “Way Too Far.”

The Path of Totality has been met with critical acclaim and Korn once again proved that they are ahead of the curve. In fact, not only has the album sold well, but has already garnered over 450,000 single sales—a staggering amount and a testament to the growing EDM following that Korn has amassed by experimenting with different genres. Other cuts from the album include the Top Five rock hits “Get Up!” with Skrillex and “Narcissistic Cannibal” also with Skrillex and Kill The Noise.

Korn Path of Totality Tour Dates:

Fri    4/20    Lubbock, TX    Lonestar Amphitheater
Sat    4/21    Woodlands, TX    The Woodlands Pavillion
Mon    4/23    Dallas, TX     Palladium Ballroom
Tue    4/24    Pharr, TX     Pharr Entertainment Center
Thu    4/26    San Antonio, TX     Hemisphere Park
Fri    4/27    Corpus Christi, TX     Concrete Street Amphitheater
Sun    4/29    Jacksonville, FL     Metropolitan Park
Mon    4/30    Knoxville, TN    Tennessee Theatre
Wed    5/2    Indianapolis, IN    Egyptian Room at Old National Centre
Thu    5/3    Rochester, NY    The Main Street Armory
Fri    5/4    Silver Spring, MD    The Fillmore
Sat    5/5    Rockingham, NC     Rockingham Speedway
Mon    5/7    Providence, RI    Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel
Tue    5/8    Huntington, NY    The Paramount
Thu    5/10    Sayreville, NJ    Starland Ballroom
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