Marking the release of the band's 13th studio effort, The Nothing, Korn had cameras rolling for an ultra intimate performance back in September. The concert is a masterfully shot film that captured lucky fans' close encounter with one of rock's most innovative bands. The nine song set included essentials spanning the band's career and included choice singles from the latest record.
Edited and directed by Sébastien Paquet, the entire 50-minute film is now available for fans to view online. Including interviews from the band shot remotely and edited in, the band was explicit in their motive for realizing the film. “The number one thing for us all to do is stay home, stay away from each other so this thing can play out and we can get back to some kind of normalcy in our lives,” explained Jonathan Davis. “We want to put this together so you can enjoy it while you’re sitting at home.”
The first and only performance from Grohl was the highlight of Warren Haynes' 'The Benefit Concert Volume 20,’ recorded during the 30th Annual Christmas Jam which benefiting Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity.