- Falling Away from Me
- Got the Life
- Love & Meth
- Dead Bodies Everywhere
- Spike in My Veins
- Good God
- Get Up!
- Shoots and Ladders (with «Somebody Someone» snippet afterwards)
- Coming Undone
- Here to Stay
- Never Never
- Freak on a Leash
- Right Now
Source 0: Audio — SBD (KoRn.com)
Time: 76:24 min
Format: mp3 / 320 kbps / 174,85 MB
SFMedia.com.au review by Jess Miller:
Walking through the mouth of Luna Park was like stepping back in time, to a place where cargo was king and an eyebrow ring was the quintessential accessory. The anxious crowd with their stripy socks and colourful dreads squashed against the barrier in an attempt to reignite the sense of fire and excitement that seemed to have disappeared so many years before.
First to tear up the stage were industrial legends, MUSHROOMHEAD. Playing the same set list from the Soundwave Festival, the fans knew exactly what they were in for. Their overcrowded and hectic on stage presence seemed to be embraced by their fans. In search of an honest reaction they played ‘We are the Truth’ a new song from their forthcoming album ‘The Righteous & the Butterfly’. The song features Unsaid Fate’s Jackie LaPonza and was well received. They did their job in amping up the crowd, I found myself thoroughly enjoying their show.
Chants of “One more song! One more song!” fell on deaf ears as the stage was torn apart in preparation for the godfathers of nu-metal, KORN.
Their first tour of Australia since reconciling with guitarist, Brian “Head” Welch, KORN were out to prove that even after 20 years, they are still one of the greatest live acts to ever grace the metal scene.
From the vocal dynamics of ‘Twist’ to the riff heavy ‘Dead Bodies Everywhere’, these California giants didn’t slip up once. A scattering of new material from the 2013 album ‘The Paradigm Shift’ used as mainly fillers in this set acted as a warm up for the crowd whose anticipation was building up into a roaring fury that would be released in staples ‘Freak on a Leash’ and ‘Coming Undone’. Davis’ performance alone was undeniably his greatest ever in front of an Australian crowd. Rumours have been circulating for some time now about this being their last tour. For the sake of their fans, I truly hope this is a myth. They have many more years in them yet.
After the completion of KORN’s set, the writhing masses were still in need of more.
Halloween had come to life as the stage was turned into a horror set with the likes of the Wolfman and Godzilla seeking out unsuspecting victims.
ROB ZOMBIE appeared as a vagabond shaman. Dancing across the stage in a carefree spirit, a type of maniacal hippie- the one that haunts your dreams. Ripping immediately into ‘Dead City Radio’ with a chorus of thousands to back him up, Zombie set the bar for the night. ‘Superbeast’ and ‘Living Dead Girl’ kept the sweaty hordes distracted as the overzealous bass drum proceeded to steal what was left of their hearing. Teasing the possibility of an on-stage WHITE ZOMBIE reunion and disappointing fans when the suggestion was debunked, Zombie was faced with an unimpressed crowd who he won back with a cover of Metallica’s ‘Enter Sandman’, followed by White Zombie’s ‘Thunder Kiss ‘65’. The night ended in a phenomenal bang with the multiplatinum single off the ‘Hellbilly Deluxe’ album, ‘Dragula’.
And as I walked back through the mouth of Luna Park, it was clear that my youth was over.