Metal Band Korn Drops New Album ‘Requiem’ At Hollywood Church, Here’s Why

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After announcing the release of their new album in November last year, Korn took a different path for their release.

The group Nu-Metal revealed more details about the release of their new album, “Requiem”.

“Requiem”, the band’s 14th album, will be released on Friday, February 4, 2022.

Released by Loma Vista Recordings, the album was previewed by tracks “Forgotten” and “Start the Healing”, which were released earlier in January 2022.

In a Twitter post on the band’s official account, a “Requiem Mass” will be held for the release of their new album.

The Requiem Mass is an “intimate” ceremony and live performance at Hollywood United Methodist Church in Los Angeles.

Taking place on February 3, 2022 at 8:00 p.m. PT, the performance will be streamed live worldwide via the band’s Youtube channel.

According to the group’s announcement, the Requiem Mass will bring them together “in honor of the souls who have passed on during these unprecedented times.”

Tickets, however, are limited but will be available from today, February 1, 2022.

The show comes ahead of the band’s planned U.S. tour in support of “Requiem,” which kicks off March 4, 2022 in Springfield, Missouri, and ends April 14, 2022.

Korn are set to appear at Download Festival in June, marking their only confirmed UK live performance of 2022.

In addition to the “Requiem Mass” happening this week, Korn is busy touring with American heavy metal band System Of A Down.

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Joining forces

Last December, the two metal bands System Of A Down and Korn announced that they would be teaming up for planned joint concerts that were planned before the pandemic hit in 2020.

Originally scheduled for May 2020, the Los Angeles shows have been postponed three times due to the pandemic, the most recent being when System Of A Down frontman Serj Tankian tested positive for COVID on the day of the tour.

By the way, Faith No More was previously scheduled to co-headline performances with System Of A Down and Korn before all of their own upcoming shows were canceled.

However, it was canceled in order to allow Faith No More singer Mike Patton to deal with his sanity.

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