KORN- Live at The Rave Eagles Ballroom- PHOTO REVIEW- 9/27/17

The Rave Eagles Ballroom in Milwaukee, Wisconsin is famously known for its great concerts. Not only is it known for the great concerts, but also the hauntings that take place in the big old building. Korn has once again returned to The Rave and with a nearly sold out show, no one was disappointed.

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Kicking off the night was 4 piece band Ded from Phoenix, Arizona. Ded has been a band for two years and has a fantastic start to their career. They bring the spooky darkness to the stage, perfect for at The Rave! Even though they were the first act, they got people moving and off their feet. Ded played songs off their newly released 2017 album “Mis*an*thrope” and held the crowd attention throughout their whole set.

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Next to take the stage was 4 piece band Kings Bounty, from New York City. Kings Bounty played their song “Denial” that has a music video released to go along with it. Kings Bounty wowed the crowd!

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Last but not least to take the stage, the one we have all been waiting for, 5 piece band Korn hailing from California. As soon as Korn took the stage, the crowd went wild. Opening up their set with their song “Rotting In Vain” off their album “The Serenity Of Suffering” the crowd was up off their feet from beginning to end. Singer, Jonathan Davis captivated the crowd with his bagpipe playing skills to start off their song “Shoots and Ladders” off their album “Korn”, a fan’s favorite. Playing to a nearly sold out crowd in the Eagles Ballroom, Korn did not disappoint. Fans who had never seen Korn before, had their minds blown at the end of their set. Catch Korn at a show near you, they are a must see!