Korn post stream of their acoustic version of “Can You Hear Me”

Yesterday, May 28th, Korn premiered their new acoustic version of “Can You Hear Me” via SiriusXM’s Octane. The original version of the song first appeared on the band’s latest full-length effort, ‘The Nothing.’ The new unplugged tune has finally made its way to YouTube, which you can check out below.

During the premiere, Korn frontman Jonathan Davis spoke with Octane’s Jose Mangin regarding the new acoustic number, and touched base on the fact that the band is now 26 years old. You can check out a few clips from the chat HERE.

In addition, Korn recently rescheduled their 2020 European tour for next year, get the new dates at this location. Korn’s LA shows with System of a Down, Faith No More, Helmet and Russian Circles have also been officially rescheduled. No word yet on the fate of Korn’s late summer North American trek.

Stream “Can You Hear Me” (acoustic):

Concert shot by Johnny Perilla

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