Korn premiere acoustic version of “Can You Hear Me,” reschedule European tour (Updated)

Alt-metal giants Korn have premiered an acoustic version of their track “Can You Hear Me.” The original version of the song first appeared on the band’s latest full-length effort, ‘The Nothing.’ The new unplugged cut debuted earlier today via SiriusXM’s Octane, and you can listen to the track again later today at 3PM PT / 6PM ET at this location (subscription needed).

Update: Check out new clips of Korn’s Jonathan Davis talking with Jose Mangin of SiriusXM’s Octane regarding the band’s new acoustic effort, HERE.

Update 2: An official stream to the acoustic version of “Can You Hear Me” has been made available, check it out below.

In more news, Korn have officially rescheduled their planned 2020 European tour for next year.

Here’s full info from the band:

Our European summer tour dates have been rescheduled to maintain the safety of our fans, crew, and venue staff. All existing tickets will be honored for the rescheduled shows in May/June 2021. We look forward to returning next summer.

28.05.2021 – Prague, Czech Republic @ Tipsport Arena
29.05.2021 – Bratislava, Slovakia @ NTC Arena
31.05.2021 – Warsaw, Poland @ Arena COS Torwar*
03.06.2021 – Budapest, Hungary @ Budapest Arena
08.06.2021 – Amsterdam, Netherlands @ AFAS Live
14.06.2021 – Berlin, Germany @ Verti Music Hall
17.06.2021 – Stockholm, Sweden @ Gröna Lund

*Ticketholders for our previously scheduled show in Łódź will be able to swap tickets for the new Poland date in Warsaw at Arena COS Torwar. More information will be emailed to you directly.

Ticket agents will be in touch soon with details regarding refund and/or voucher options for ALL of these dates. You may also contact point of purchase with any questions or concerns.

In more recent news, Korn’s previously postponed LA shows with System of a Down, Faith No More, Helmet and Russian Circles have been officially rescheduled.

Stream “Can You Hear Me” (acoustic):

Concert shot by Johnny Perilla

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