This is going to piss off so many people. Top notch trolling, guys. 10/10.

Korn are going to go on a world tour, and they hand picked Dimmu Borgir to support them on the road. Apparently, Jonathan Davis is a fan and had it set up, and Dimmu were happy to oblige.

Silenoz had this to say: “We really look forward to finally start the touring cycle in support of our new monster! Special thanks to Jonathan and Korn for giving us the opportunity!”

Here are the tour dates so far.

19 September – HMH, Amsterdam
23 September – Eishalle Seutweg, Winterthur
24 September – Zenith, Munich
26 September – Gasometer, Vienna
1 October – Ancienne Belgique, Brussels
2 October – Rosengarten, Mannheim
3 October – Palladium, Cologne
5 October – Haus-Auensee, Leipzig
6 October – C-Halle, Berlin

This is such a strange miss-match, but there are people out there who love both bands (shout out to my broseph Josh Lowe), but I can hear the elitists raging up a storm right now. That sound is so soothing, I might get some decent sleep tonight.

In related news, I had the opportunity to hear Korn’s upcoming album Korn III: Remember Who You Are, and I must say it isn’t as bad as I thought it would be. Keep an eye out for the review next week.

Dimmu’s new album is yet to be titled and will be out October 12th on Nuclear Blast, while Korn III is due out July 13th on Roadrunner Records.

– JR

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