KORN were forced to cancel their headlining performance tonight (Sunday, July 3) at the Resurrection Fest in Viveiro, Spain due to “travel challenges.”
Band issued a following statement: “Despite exhausting every possible way to get to Spain, it’s just not working out, to the extent that we were physically on the plane taking off when there was a mechanical failure that prevented us from doing so last night. The travel challenges we’ve faced for the past weeks have finally come to a head, and are not allowing us to make it in time for the show today.
“We thank you all for your understanding, and it breaks our hearts that we cannot be there with you.
“We will be back soon! until then…”
KORN‘s latest studio album, Requiem, was released on February 4 via Loma Vista Recordings.
Requiem was created during the COVID-19 pandemic while KORN could not tour or play live shows for the first time in the band’s career. Because of the time afforded to them, and without the pressure, KORN embraced a new creative process and took the time to experiment together and more.