KORN: Two Songs From 'See You On The Other Side' Bonus Disc Posted Online

November 20, 2005

Two full-length tracks from the bonus disc that will accompany the deluxe edition of KORN's upcoming album, "See You on the Other Side", have been posted online at BestBuy.com. Check out the songs "Last Legal Drug (Le Petit Mort)" and "It's Me Again" at this location.

The "See You on the Other Side" deluxe edition will feature a bonus disc of five tracks: "It's Me Again", "Eaten Up Inside", "Last Legal Drug (Le Petit Mort)" and two "Twisted Transistor" remixes. The disc will also include live footage shot during a KORN show in Russia.

"See you on the Other Side" is due out on December 6 via Virgin.

As previously reported, KORN will play a secret show in Berlin, Germany next Tuesday, November 22. The so-called "Music Flash" is sponsored by a mobile phone company and the entrance is free (on a first come, first served basis). The concert will take place at Huxleys, which reportedly has a capacity of around 1,800. More information (in German) is available at this location.

KORN's one-off gig at New York's Hammerstein Ballroom on November 29 will be taped for a half-hour special on MTV2 airing December 3 at 9:30 p.m. and December 6 at 10:30 a.m. KORN will also be hosting MTV2's "T-Minus Rock Countdown" December 6 at 11 a.m., and the Hammerstein show will be available online via MTV Overdrive in early December.

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