Watch: When Joey Jordison Teamed Up With Korn For a Sick Performance of ‘Blind’

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One of the biggest highlights of the 2007 Rock am Ring metal festival was Korn. The nu-metal giants put on one hell of a show and the crowd was going nonstop from beginning to end.

This was a particularly extra special show though, for sitting in as the band’s live drummer at the time was Slipknot‘s Joey Jordison. Around this time, Jordison had sat in as the band’s live drummer for multiple shows; sometime later, Ray Luzier joined Korn as a full-time member.

Among all the tracks Jordison performed with Korn at the metal festival, one of the most exciting moments of the show came when the band played their song “Blind.”

Per the video footage of this performance you will find below, Korn singer Jonathan Davis worked up the crowd big time, telling them to get low to the ground and talking about how wild shit was about to get.

Eventually, Davis, Jordison, and the rest of Korn all kicked off the song, and the camera cuts to the crowd going fucking berserk.

While everyone in the band is giving it their all, Jordison’s drumming is the real star of the show, for his performance brings an added element of ferocity to the song.

If you are interested in checking out this awesome moment in metal history involving the late Slipknot drummer performing with Korn, you can find that video below.

Back in February 2022, Korn drummer Ray Luzier reflected on Jordison’s passing, saying  “He had some demons, like a lot of people do, and I lost quite a few band friends, and people who I was quite close to in the music industry across the past two/three years. It’s never easy.”

If you want to learn more about what Luzier had to say about the late Slipknot drummer, follow this link here. Also below, you will find links to other Korn-related articles, including our ranking of all the Korn albums, “The 10 Most Influential Bands On Modern Metal,” and “Why Rob Zombie Refused to Play With Korn on the Family Values Tour.”

Every Korn Album, Ranked Worst To Best

The 10 Most Influential Bands On Modern Metal

Why Rob Zombie Refused to Play With Korn on the Family Values Tour