KORN and LIMP BIZKIT will co-headline a tour, dubbed Back 2 Basics, beginning on November 10 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The X-Box-sponsored trek will mark the first time the two bands will be touring together since 1999.
"We're very excited about it because it's about us going back to the day when we were doing little halls and BIZKIT were opening for us," KORN singer Jonathan Davis told MTV.com. "Those were the good ol' days and so we're trying to recreate that again. We always do something different when we have a new album coming out and we decided this bill would be really, really cool.
"Those small halls are fun," Davis added. "It just reminds me of when we were coming up and we enjoyed this tight, cramped little space. It was just hot and you would want to die. I just love that vibe."
KORN's new album, "Take a Look in the Mirror", which features the single "Right Now", is due November 25.
X-Box Presents Back 2 Basics Tour dates:
Nov. 10 - Las Vegas, NV @ TBA
Nov. 11 - Los Angeles, CA @ TBA
Nov. 12 - San Francisco, CA @ TBA
Nov. 14 - Salt Lake City, UT @ TBA
Nov. 15 - Denver, CO @ TBA
Nov. 17 - Minneapolis, MN @ TBA
Nov. 18 - Chicago, IL @ TBA
Nov. 19 - St. Louis, MO @ TBA
Nov. 21 - New York, NY @ TBA
Nov. 25 - Boston, MA @ TBA
Nov. 27 - Detroit, MI @ TBA
Nov. 28 - Toronto, ONT @ TBA
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