Last year on September 13th, California-based metal masters Korn held a private event for some of their biggest fans in Los Angeles to celebrate the release of their highly well-received album, The Nothing. With the aid of a live performance artist suspended from the stage held at ShowBiz Studios, the filming and directing was overseen by the band’s longtime videographer Sébastien Paquet.
This special director’s cut concert film is now available for you watch in full along with band commentary. Check it out below.
Korn said of the nearly 50-minute amazing, energetic high-production value show, “[It’s] for all of you who have supported us and weren’t able to attend this exclusive event inside of a living art installation. We hope you enjoy the experience.”
This “set” was aired this past weekend as part of the Warner Music Group PlayOn Fest, which supported the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization (WHO), powered by the UN Foundation. For that, Warner Music Group labels opened up their video vaults to find and showcase epic show-stopping performances for the one-time-only live viewing event.
The three-day “music is not cancelled” streaming music event included concerts from not just Korn, but also Slipknot and Disturbed among the marquee of pop powerhouses.
“During this pandemic, we are all searching for ways to stay connected,” says Elizabeth Cousens, President & CEO of the UN Foundation. “The PlayOn Fest is a great way to come together, enjoy good music and company, and support the World Health Organization’s most urgent global work to combat COVID-19.”