Korn Set Pushed Up To Friday Release
Immortal/Epic is moving the release of Korn's new album, "Take a Look in the Mirror." Originally set for a Nov. 25 street date, the album has been moved forward to Friday (Nov. 21). Epic says the moveImmortal/Epic is moving the release of Korn's new album "Take a Look in the Mirror." Originally set for a Nov. 25 street date, the album has been moved forward to Friday (Nov. 21). Epic says the move is in response to a version of the album being leaked to the Internet by "an unknown source."
"When we heard this record was out there, we said, 'F*** release dates -- our fans want it now!'" Korn frontman Jonathan Davis says in a statement. "Korn fans have always been rabid when it comes to our music and if they can't wait, we're going to work with the label to put it out as fast as we can. We want our fans to hear the album the way it was meant to be heard."
Limited editions of "Take a Look in the Mirror" will be bundled with a bonus DVD, featuring 30 minutes of content such as "Korn Kut Up" (a mix of the group's music videos), an alternate video for "Right Now" directed by Nathan Cox, a live version of "Here To Stay" and a behind-the-scenes footage of Korn's 2002 Untouchables tour.
Korn's ongoing tour with Limp Bizkit wraps Nov. 28 in Mississauga, Ontario, to be followed by appearances at radio station-sponsored holiday concerts in Cleveland; Philadelphia; Rosemont, Ill.; San Diego; and Phoenix. An overseas tour begins Jan. 29 in Seoul, South Korea.