Korn Hits The Road

Korn, the iconic band who helped launch the entire nu metal genre in the 1990s, is hitting the road right now on a massive tour that will take them through Europe, South America, and North America. They’ll be spending nearly six months on the road with barely a break in between shows, so it’s a good thing that founding member Brian “Head” Welch will have his recently-introduced LTD Signature Series guitar, the SH-7 EverTune, with him to rock hard from Albuquerque to Zurich and everywhere in between.

Brian "Head" Welch LTD Signature Series SH-7 EverTune

The SH-7 EverTune is a 7-string guitar that's the result of Brian working closely with the ESP product development team, and has a body style with horns that are slightly thinned and streamlined for a sleek, menacing look. Its EverTune constant tension bridge system ensures that it stays in tune (and with excellent intonation all over the neck) in nearly any condition. The SH-7ET makes use of innovative Fishman Fluence Modern Humbucker pickups, with the Alnico version in the neck and the Ceramic version in the bridge position. The pickups provide an amazing range of great tones on their own, and the SH-7ET also provides a push-pull tone pot to access two different voicings of the pickups. The SH-7ET is a neck-thru-body design with a flamed maple top in See Thru Purple finish over its comfortable, contoured basswood body. It employs a three-piece maple neck at 25.5" scale with an ebony fingerboard, and offers glow-in-the-dark side markers so that the fret position can easily be seen even on dark stages.

Current tour dates are listed below. For the most up-to-date info and to purchase tickets, please visit the Korn web site.

Mar 11: Zurich (Samsung Hall)

Mar 12: Milan (Alcatraz)

Mar 15: Lisbon (Campo Pequeno)
Mar 17: Madrid (BarclayCard Center)
Mar 18: Barcelona (Saint Jordi Club)
Mar 20: Paris (Le Zenith)
Mar 21: Antwerp (Lotto Arena)
Mar 22: Tilburg (013 Poppodium)
Mar 24: Stuttgart (Hanns Martin Schleyer Halle)
Mar 25: Dusseldorf (Mitsubishi Electric Halle)
Mar 27: Hamburg (Alsterdorfer Sporthalle)
Mar 28: Berlin (Velodrom)
Mar 30: Prague (Forum Karlin)
Mar 31: Warsaw (Torwar)

Apr 02: Munich (Zenith)
Apr 03: Vienna (Gasometer)
Apr 04: Bratislava (Aegon Arena NTC)
Apr 07: Scottsdale, AZ (Arizona Bike Week)
Apr 17: Bogota (Carpa Conferias)
Apr 19: Sao Paolo (Espacp Das Americas)
Apr 21: Curitiba (Net Live Curitiba)
Apr 23: Porto Allegre (Pepsi On Stage)
Apr 25: Buenos Aires (Estadio Cubierto Malvinas Argentinas)
Apr 27: Santiago (Teatro Caupolican)

May 06: Charlotte, NC (Carolina Rebellion)
May 07: Silver Springs, MD (The Fillmore)
May 09: Huntington, NY (The Paramount)
May 10: Pittsburgh, PA (Stage AE)
May 11: Grand Rapids, MI (20 Monroe Live)
May 14: Kansas City, MO (Uptown Theater)
May 16: Memphis, TN (Minglewood Hall)
May 17: Nashville, TN (Nashville Municipal Auditorium)
May 18: Atlanta, GA (The Tabernacle)
May 20: Colombus, OH (Rock on the Range)

Jun 16: Salt Lake City, UT (Usana Amphitheatre)
Jun 18: Albuquerque, NM (Isleta Amphitheatre)
Jun 20: Chula Vista, CA (Sleep Train Aphitheatre)
Jun 21: Inglewood, CA (The Forum)
Jun 22: Mountain View, CA (Shoreline Amphitheatre)
Jun 25: Boise, ID (Ford Idaho Center Amphitheater)
Jun 26: Pocatello, ID (Portneuf Wellness Complex Amphitheatre)

Jul 13: Oshkosh, WI (Rock USA)
Jul 15: Bridgeview, IL (Chicago Open Air)
Jul 19: Syracuse, NY (Lakeview Amphitheatre)
Jul 20: Mansfield, MA (Xfinity Center)
Jul 23: Hartford, CT (Xfinity Theatre)
Jul 25: Toronto, ON (The Molson Amphitheatre)
Jul 26: Camden, NJ (BB&T Pavilion)
Jul 27: Holmdel, NJ (PNC Bank Arts Center)
Jul 29: Noblesville, IN (Klipsch Music Center)
Jul 30: Clarkston, MI (DTE Energy Music Theatre)

Aug 01: Cincinnati, OH (Riverbend Music Theatre)
Aug 02: Cleveland, OH (Blossom Music Center)