As our epic weekend at Download drew to a close, it was left in the hands of the Sunday line-up to round it off in style.
Korn are a huge band that have changed metal forever. Over 25 years since their massive debut record they have still been releasing great music, a prime example being 2019's 'The Nothing'. So does Korn's latest effort, 'Requiem', continue on the same path?
Check out Carnifex's take on Korn's hit 'Dead Bodies Everywhere' here.
The immersive concert experience will be broadcast from the set of 'Stranger Things: The Drive-Into Experience'.
The anthemic hard rock quartet are back, after an eight-year hiatus.
The track is taken from the band's thirteenth studio album 'The Nothing', which was released in September 2019.
2020 is a year which has been so God awful it is as if it tumbled from the blackened soul of Lucifer himself, with most of us literally locked inside our own homes for months, the country, scratch that THE WORLD, on its collective knees, and no live music to soothe our pain and misery. So although Download 2021 is yet 10-long months away it is no surprise, following their recent announcement, that excitement is already creeping towards fever pitch at the mere thought of seeing the bands we love thrill us from the festival's stages next year.
Headliners KISS, Biffy Clyro and System Of A Down have been confirmed, as well as 70+ more bands.
Twelve bands have been announced for Download 2020, including headliners Iron Maiden, KISS and System Of A Down.
Check out KORN's latest single 'Can You Hear Me' and find out more about their new podcast series 'The Nothing'.