KORN To Make New Song Available For Download

June 20, 2003

KORN will make their brand new track, "Did My Time", available for download from the Internet starting Tuesday (June 24). The song is featured during a scene in the upcoming film, "Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life", but it will not be on the motion picture soundtrack. The exact Internet address for the download will be announced in the next few days. The track should hit airwaves June 23, and the movie is set for theatrical release on July 25. The song will also appear on KORN's forthcoming as-yet-untitled album.

KORN shot a video for "Did My Time" in downtown Los Angeles on Tuesday (June 17). The band's performance will be intercut with scenes from the movie. "Lara Croft" star Angelina Jolie will also be featured in the video, although she filmed her scenes in Montreal on Monday (June 16). The "Did My Time" video will be released next week.

The follow-up to last year's "Untouchables" is tentatively slated for release later in the year through Immortal/Epic Records. KORN will embark on this year's Ozzfest beginning on June 28 in San Antonio, Texas.

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