In a recent radio interview with Philadelphia radio station 93.3 WMMR, Korn vocalist Jonathan Davis spoke about how the band will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of their debut album.

I know we’re gonna start doing, on festivals, we’re gonna play the first album in its entirety. We’re gonna start doing that. We’re even gonna play [the song] Daddy [which Jonathan wrote about his painful experience of being molested as a child and not being believed]. And I said I would never do it, but I’m gonna do it anyway. So we’re gonna do the complete album in its entirety and then tag on some songs at the end of the show.”

This confirms what we were told earlier this year during the press conference the band gave at the Mayhem Fest. Korn will be touring with Slipknot later this year, on the “Prepare For Hell Tour,” along with openers King 810. He said their set will be “the exact opposite of what Slipknot brings, which is just really heavy, heavy, heavy, fast metal. We do more of a party-type vibe.” Wherever else you hear about it, you probably won’t be reading about it in Revolver.