In addition to their main stage slots at the Reading & Leeds Festivals this summer, Korn have today announced a one-off headline date at London’s Brixton Academy on Wednesday 23rd August.


Having played UK arenas with Limp Bizkit in 2016, the nu-metallers will take to the relatively intimate South London venue. The 5,000 capacity show serves as a warm-up for the band’s appearances at Reading & Leeds festival the following Bank Holiday weekend.

Tickets for Brixton are available on, for £42,50 (+ fees). There can be bought also tickets for Reading & Leeds.


Korn are currently touring their critically lauded twelfth studio album, The Serenity of Suffering, and recently played a string of shows across South America with 12 year old Tye Trujillo, son of Metallica’s Rob Trujillo filling in on bass for the temporarily absent Fieldy.

Music video (directed by renowned rock lensman, Dean Karr), for the album’s lead single, Rotting In Vain, has clocked up just under 14.5 million views to date and stars Sons of Anarchy actor Tommy Flanagan together with the band.

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