Korn recently shared a post on their Instagram account to announce that they will celebrate the release of their new album’ Requiem’ with a special ceremony at the Hollywood United Methodist Church.

On April 23, Korn confirmed that they had started working on their fourteenth studio album after their latest studio album, ‘The Nothing,’ which was released on September 13, 2019. During the lockdown, the band members used most of their free time to work on new music material.

After completing the album’s writing process in April 2021, Korn released a new single from the new album ‘Requirem’ titled ‘Start The Healing’ on November 11, 2021, along with a music video. Besides, they also released ‘Forgotten as another single from the upcoming record.

Besides announcing the release date of ‘Requirem’ on February 4, 2022, Korn also scheduled a North American tour to support the album. The tour will feature Chevelle and Code Orange, and they will be on the road for 19 days between March 4 and April 1, 2022.

Recently, Korn used their Instagram to announce their ‘Requiem Mass’: a special event which will take place a day before the release of ‘Requiem,’ on February 3. The band described the event as an intimate ceremony in honor of the people who lost their lives during the pandemic.

Korn stated that the performance will take place at the Hollywood United Methodist Church in Los Angeles, and limited tickets will be available at Amoeba Hollywood on February 1. The band also excited their fans who won’t be able to make it to the show as they’ll share a live stream of the event on their YouTube channel.

Korn’s Instagram post read:

“Announcing our ‘Requiem Mass,’ taking place on Thursday, February 3 at 8 PM PT – the eve of our album release – where we will gather in honor of the souls that have passed during these unprecedented times, with an intimate ceremony and live performance at the Hollywood United Methodist Church in Los Angeles.

Limited tickets to attend this event will be available at Amoeba Hollywood on Tuesday, February 1, at 11 AM, and will be first come first serve. We will also be live-streaming globally for all to experience, direct from the church to our YouTube channel in real-time. Mark your calendars. It’s time to start the healing.”

You can check out the photo Korn included in their post below.

Photo Credit: Korn – Instagram