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Fresh off the hugely successful first round of live dates in support of their recently released album THE PATH OF TOTALITY (Roadrunner Records), KORN are returning to the road for the second leg of the Path of Totality Tour. The new batch of dates kicks off February 23 in Detroit, running through the mid-west before heading back west and wrapping up March 3 in San Francisco. Kill the Noise will provide support on certain dates, while KORN frontman Jonathan Davis will also debut his brand new DJ set as his J Devil alter ego.

Special pre-sale tickets and VIP packages will be available starting tomorrow, Wednesday, January 18 at 3 PM local time at Tickets for most shows go on sale to the general public this weekend.

Featuring the current Top Five active rock single “Narcissistic Cannibal,” THE PATH OF TOTALITY is another experimental chapter in KORN‘s rich canon and history. The album finds the groundbreaking, influential and multi-platinum band shifting gears, taking a bit of a creative left turn (something they’ve been known to do throughout the course of their two-decade career) and exploring thrilling new territory with some of the hottest emerging producers and talent in the burgeoning electronic scene. The album debuted Top 10 on the Billboard charts and was met with critical applause thanks to the band’s ability to remain fresh and relevant while collaborating with electronic producers Skrillex, 12th Planet, Kill the Noise, Excision, Flinch, Noisia, Datsik, Downlink, Feed Me and more.

You can check out the band’s track-by-track breakdown of the album here.

The dates for the second leg of the PATH OF TOTALITY tour are as follows:

Thu 2/23 Detroit,MI The Fillmore*
Fri 2/24 Chicago,IL Congress Theater
Sat 2/25 Milwaukee,WI Eagles Ballroom
Mon 2/27 Denver,CO Fillmore Auditorium*
Tue 2/28 Salt Lake City,UT The Complex*
Thu 3/1 Phoenix,AZ Comerica Theatre
Fri 3/2 Las Vegas,NV Pearlat Palms Hotel & Casino
Sat 3/3 San Bernardino,CA Smokeout Festival @ NOSEventsCenter
Sun 3/4 San Francisco,CA Warfield Theater

*Kill The Noise Supports

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