KORN To Premier New Material At OZZFEST 2003

February 20, 2003

KORN are currently working on their follow-up to "Untouchables", vocalist Jonathan Davis revealed revealed during the press conference Tuesday (Feb. 18) to announce the lineup for the eighth annual outing of Ozzfest. He also noted that fans on Ozzfest will probably be the first to hear all brand-new material from KORN.

"Yeah we're working on our album now," he said. "We're going to have some new material going on, so hopefully when we go out there we'll play some new songs. Hopefully the album will be done."

So far, there has been no word on a title for KORN's next effort or a release date, but it is highly unlikely that a new album will surface before the end of the year at the earliest. Davis recently reworked and re-recorded "The Twilight Zone Theme" for the UPN TV series.

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