Korn & Alice In Chains - Aug 6, 2019

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kornalice Anyone nostalgic for ’90s alternative metal, it’s time to get stoked. Korn and Alice In Chains (who have been active with the late Layne Staley’s replacement William DuVall for over a decade now) announced a co-headlining tour for this summer with a stop at Jones Beach on Tue, Aug 6! tix: - Underoath (UNDERØATH) are opening all dates, and there’s additional support from industrial rap duo Ho99o9.

In January, Jonathan Davis confirmed that he was tracking vocals for Korn's next album, their first since issuing The Serenity of Suffering in 2016. The singer also hinted at what fans can expect from the new material, stating that it will be "groove-oriented," not that the statements makes things clearer considering Korn have been rhythm-focused throughout their career... Meanwhile, 2019 Grammy nominees Alice in Chains and Underoath both have 2018 records -- Rainier Fog and Erase Me -- that they can tour under.

About Korn: This band has sold nearly 40 million albums and won two Grammy Awards. The band’s most recent LP, 2016′s “The Serenity of Suffering,” earned the group their 10th Grammy nomination. Korn is currently in the studio finishing up work on their next album which is set to be released in 2019. About Alice In Chains: This band is touring in support of “Rainier Fog,” which hit No. 1 on Billboard’s Rock, Alternative and Hard Music Charts and No. 1 on the iTunes Rock Album Chart. The album also earned them a Grammy nomation for Best Rock Album. Over their career, the band has sold more than 30 million albums worldwide.

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