Though it played a big part of their birth and weaning, Korn has far outlived the hilarious '90s epoch of rap-metal. By now, Jonathan Davis and his pals are just big rock veterans, touring the earth regularly and minting new tracksuits from stacks of money. Every few years they tweak their shouty funhouse grindthey even worked with the Matrix in 2005but Korn's been preaching to the converted for awhile now. This gig is part of "Ballroom Blitz," their last tour of midsize indoor venues before they take their receding dreadlocks to the sheds for the summer. That's also when they'll drop Korn III: Remember Who You Are, their ninth studio effort. It'll undoubtedly be a scream.
Mon., May 10, 8 p.m., 2010
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