1. ANG avatar

    On Thu, Apr 26, 2012 at 12:29 PM, ANG said:

    Oh boy....well... I have seen them..... since March 3rd, 63 times.... and have met them on many, MANY occasions, I'm almost family now LOL, no not really....(the family part, not meeting them lol) Have seen them with the TPOT material .....6 times.....? (lol trying to remember) and its amazing... then again I fall in love with anything they do... but these songs go over so well live! can't wait for the next show I'm able to go to...

  2. johnsocs avatar

    On Sat, Apr 21, 2012 at 5:09 PM, johnsocs said:

    Just saw the show last night in Lubbock, TX. They were awesome!!! The set included original korn songs like blind, lies, shoots and ladders and a couple others, good god, follow the leader and freak on a leash and then some stuff from issues and untouchables. It was just awesome!!!! Did the meet and greet before their set, Fieldy and ray were awesome during the event, Munky and JD do not allow pictures only Munky and they can be of him only. However, I did the Dbl Plat VIP Gaming session with JD and it was off the chain! JD is totally laid back and chill. We talked for about a half hour and he showed me some clips from his DoD stint he just did over in Europe for the troops. Awesome guy! Will totally take advantage of this VIP experience again in the future.

  3. Sleazy Violet avatar

    On Sat, Apr 21, 2012 at 4:52 PM, Sleazy Violet said:

    I've seen them 3/25/12 and it was absolutely amazing! I wish to see them again soon and meet them (hopefully!) C:

  4. Bene Gesserit avatar

    On Sat, Apr 21, 2012 at 2:12 PM, Bene Gesserit said:

    I've seen them three times. The last one was an amazing experience bc I got to meet the members of korn and I did a listening session. The meet and greet was awesome I got nothing but smiles and laughs from Munky and Ray. Fieldy looked drained but engaged in conversation by asking me a few questions about their set list. I missed JD cuz I was late to the meet and greet but got to see him afterwards haha! He was super sweet and laid back. I hugged him twice and he even called me darlin' which I was like omggg and swwet and funny! I wasn't expecting that. Its a whole lot of fun going to their shows!

  5. KoRnSpawn-919 avatar

    On Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 6:38 PM, KoRnSpawn-919 said:

    I saw this for the first time on the POT tour! The very first tour date:) J Devil knocked his labtop off the table as soon as he turned on his music haha I will never forget that

  6. JtR avatar

    On Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 4:30 PM, JtR said:

    Saw them this year on TPOT-tour for the first and (up to now) only time. Hope there will be some more in the future!

  7. cdu avatar

    On Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 10:56 AM, cdu said:

    I've seen them 4 times. 1997, 1999, 2004 and 2008.
    I can't wait for the TPOT tour to get downunder.

  8. xMinna avatar

    On Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 10:45 AM, xMinna said:

    I saw Korn for the first time in concert on the 3/4/12, so earlier this month. It was just awesome. I have it written on my blog if you want to have a read, I have a link to a load of pictures I took too. (:

  9. Big Shark avatar

    On Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 7:18 AM, Big Shark said:

    My one and only Korn show was about two years ago. I had loved Korn for a long time and had actually MISSED them coming to town once, which had practically broken my heart, but luckily for me they came around again. Obviously I was super excited!

    I remember that at the show I was growing tired, having stood for five hours through openers, but as soon as I heard 4U start playing and the lights dim all sense of weariness vanished! Everybody started screaming, jumping, yelling, singing, while Ray went up to his drum set, Fieldy came out with his bass, then Munky, and lastly Jonathan who finished the song by saying "for you" which gave me chills. Then they started playing Dead Bodies Everywhere which made the entire, hot, crowded ballroom go into chaos! After Dead Bodies the band moved into Need To, which got just as big of a reaction (although, the energy never died down that show!)! My favorite part of the show must have been when they played Throw Me Away, my favorite song!

    The only sad part of that night was that I didn't get to actually meet the band, but my father who brought me was tired and I felt he had done enough so we left before traffic got crazy. I'm hoping next time I see them live I'll be able to meet them though!