Korn Set to Perform in Crop Circle
Rockers Korn are to perform in an eerie crop circle which they helped create in a field near their native Bakersfield, California. The group worked closely with expert circle makers on the design, which features a series of intricate circles and includes the band's logo, and now they'll perform in the center of the field art.
Their 80-minute set will mark the first time a mainstream rock act has performed such a gig. Frontman Jonathan Davis says, "The setting and the mood took us into a totally new direction musically. We took the opportunity to stretch out and experiment with the performance. I don't think we'll ever be the same."
"We spent a lot of time fooling around in the wheat fields and corn fields surrounding Bako when we were kids, and it gets pretty spooky out there at night. That's where we got the inspiration for the whole thing, so we decided to have some fun."
Footage of the concert will debut on MySpace.com on Monday, July 12.
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