KORN: Performance Clips With DEVILDRIVER, TRIVIUM Singers Posted Online

June 14, 2006

A couple of audience-shot, amateur video clips of KORN's abbreviated 30-minute set on the main stage of Day 2 of the U.K.'s Download Festival Saturday (June 10) have been posted online at the YouTube.com. As previously reported, KORN frontman Jonathan Davis was unable to play the show after being taken ill, and KORN ended up using a variety of guests during the concert, including singers from SLIPKNOT, AVENGED SEVENFOLD, DEVILDRIVER and TRIVIUM. The group's setlist was as follows:

01. It's On! (with Jesse Hasek from 10 YEARS)
02. Falling Away from Me (with M Shadows from AVENGED SEVENFOLD)
03. Somebody Someone (with Dez Fafara from DEVILDRIVER) (video)
04. Coming Undone (with Dez Fafara from DEVILDRIVER) (video)
05. A.D.I.D.A.S. (with Benji Webbe from SKINDRED)
06. Clown (with Corey Taylor from SLIPKNOT/STONE SOUR)
07. Freak on a Leash (with Corey Taylor from SLIPKNOT/STONE SOUR)
08. Blind (with Matt Heafy from TRIVIUM) (video)

As previously reported, KORN have officially cancelled their European tour after frontman Jonathan Davis was admitted to a London hospital Friday with a blood disorder called immune thrombocytopenic purpura, which is described as a clotting disorder.

According to Billboard.com, Davis has been ordered by doctors not to perform for several weeks, necessitating scrapping dates through July 2 in Leipzig, Germany. The band is hoping to reschedule the shows later this year.

Davis' illness is not expected to affect the band's Family Values tour, which is due to begin July 27 in Virginia Beach, Virginia. DEFTONES, STONE SOUR, FLYLEAF and DIR EN GRAY will also be on that bill.

(Thanks: CARL!N aka vampyr)

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