Delhi relishes Korn treat

  • Arpita Kala, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
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  • Updated: Sep 08, 2012 12:40 IST
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    Nu metal band Korn totally rocked their first performance in India! The metalheads set the stage on fire on September 5 in Gurgaon. Check out ...

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    Band member James 'Munky' Shaffer performs with his guitar during the concert. The band played some of their popular numbers such as Narcissistic Cannibal, Freak ...

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    Korn lead singer Jonathan Davis waves to the audience during their first ever concert in India.

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    On a worldwide tour to promote their latest album, The Path of Totality, Korn is on a three-city tour of India in Delhi, Mumbai and ...

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    A huge fan of sitar maestro Pandit Ravi Shankar, Davis gushes about his experience with him, “I love Shankar”, he goes on, “we did a ...

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    “You know there’s a metal culture in every country of the world, and I hope India becomes a popular metal music destination. After all music ...

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    The crowd looks spellbound as they swing along during the concert.

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    Guitarist James ‘Munky’ Shaffer points out, “We can’t make everybody happy, some people didn’t like our new album but it also exposed a lot of ...

Thousands of perspiring metalheads, mostly dressed in black, head-banged their night away with American new metal band Korn in Gurgaon on Wednesday.The band members— vocalist Jonathan Davis, guitarist James ‘Munky’ Shaffer, drummer Ray Luzier and bassist Reginald Arvizu— belted out their popular tracks like Get Up, Narcissistic Cannibal as the fans swung their arms. Jonathan’s rendition of the famous Pink Floyd number, We Don’t Need No Education, made even the shy fans on the sidelines join the screaming, half naked mosh pit near the stage.

The band threw drum sticks, drum sheets and CDs of their album at the crowd as a goodbye gift, as a visibly overwhelmed Davis said, “You guys are incredible. We love you.” The band will perform in Bengaluru today. Their Mumbai gig, scheduled for Sep 9, has been called off due to security reasons.


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