KoRn 2014-02-22 Soundwave Brisbane 2014, RNA Showgrounds, Brisbane, Australia

Tour: The Paradigm Shift
Event / Festival: Soundwave Brisbane 2014
Other Bands: 10 Years, A Day to Remember, AFI, Alice in Chains, Alkaline Trio, Alter Bridge, Amon Amarth, Asking Alexandria, August Burns Red, Authority Zero, Avenged Sevenfold, Baroness, Biffy Clyro, Black Veil Brides, Bowling for Soup, Breathe Carolina, Clutch, Coliseum, DARKC3LL, DIR EN GREY, Dangerkids, Deez Nuts, Defiler, DevilDriver, Down, Dream on, Dreamer, Eagles of Death Metal, Filter, Finch, Five Finger Death Punch, GWAR, Glassjaw, Gojira, Graveyard, Green Day, HIM, Hacktivist, Heaven’s Basement, I Call Fives, I Killed the Prom Queen, Ill Niño, In Hearts Wake, Jimmy Eat World, Less Than Jake, Living Colour, MUTEMATH, Mastodon, Mayday Parade, Motionless in White, Mushroomhead, Nancy Vandal, Our Last Night, Panic! at the Disco, Pennywise, Placebo, Pulled Apart by Horses, Real Friends, Richie Sambora, Rob Zombie, Rocket From the Crypt, SOiL, Satyricon, Skindred, Stiff Little Fingers, Suicide Silence, Terror, TesseracT, Testament, The Black Dahlia Murder, The BossHoss, The Defiled, The Dillinger Escape Plan, The Ghost Inside, The Living End, The Porkers, The Story So Far, Thy Art Is Murder, Trash Talk, Trivium, Uncle Acid and The Deadbeats, Upon a Burning Body, Volbeat, Walking Papers, Your Demise, Zebrahead, letlive., †††


  1. Intro
  2. Falling Away from Me
  3. Got the Life
  4. Love & Meth
  5. Get Up!
  6. Spike in My Veins
  7. Shoots and Ladders (with «Somebody Someone» snippet afterwards)
  8. Coming Undone
  9. Here to Stay
  10. Freak on a Leash
  11. Twist
  12. Blind
Soundwave Fesival 2014 Announcement

Soundwave Fesival 2014 Announcement

Soundwave 2014 T-Shirt Front

Soundwave 2014 T-Shirt Back

SFMedia.com.au review by Tim Price:
I walked up and joined Emma backstage for my favourite set of the day – KORN. Say what you like, that Nu-Metal is dead, whatever – KORN has so many memories attached to them for me and so, it seems, for the crowd. This set was huge and had everything you would want from the band that defined the genre in a lot of ways. We stood backstage on the loading ramp waiting for the band to take the stage and we could cram into the small viewing area where we could watch from. We all politely acknowledged the band as they came on to the stage, Munky, then Fieldy, then Head and new(ish) drummer Ray Luzier. Jonathan Davis seemed to magically appear from the opposite side of the stage the rest of the band did. The guys didn’t muck around and got straight down to it, kicking off with ‘Falling Away From Me’. They played a set that spanned their entire catalogue and didn’t miss any hits, except maybe ADIDAS. They busted out ‘Got The Life’, ‘Freak on a Leash’, new dubstep-laden banger ‘Get Up’, older tracks ‘Shoots and Ladders’ and ‘Twist’ and finished with my personal favourite, ‘Blind’. Ray Luzier’s drum antics were a particular highlight (throwing his sticks in the air and catching them, while playing one-handed) and I can’t believe the man’s talent – it was a privilege to be able to tell him how much I appreciated the show afterwards.