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Live at Montreux

Korn

Year: 2003

Runtime: 01:14:52

Korn came out of California in the early nineties and went on to become one of the most globally successful metal acts of their generation. They continue to play live to vast crowds and have record sales in the millions. This concert from Montreux in 2004 is their only performance at the festival to date. It was to be one of the last shows to feature the bands original line-up with guitarist Brian Welch leaving the group a few months later. The normally reserved Montreux crowd is transformed by Korn into seething, rocking mass with the largest an probably the first! mosh pit ever seen in the famous Stravinski Auditorium.

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Rock, Alternative, Metal

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Rock, Alternative, Metal, Punk, Pop, Documentary

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