Jonathan Davis says he and his Korn bandmates will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of their debut album by bringing it back to their live shows in full.
In a recent radio interview, the frontman says they plan to play their 1994 self-titled effort in its entirety during upcoming festival gigs. Davis adds that he'll even be singing the album closer "Daddy," which he originally said he'd never do. The song deals with Davis' real-life experience of being molested as a child, and the fact that his parents didn't believe it happened.
Korn is set to hit the road again next month for the Prepare for Hell tour with Slipknot. The trek starts October 29th in El Paso, Texas, but the band has a few one-off stops before that. They're scheduled to play Kentucky's Louder Than Life Festival on October 4th, and the Hell and Heaven Metal Fest in Mexico City on October 25th.
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