Metro Active has a review of Korn and Limp Bizkit’s concert on November 12th at the Warfield in San Francisco, as well as several photos. Sarah Quelland says singer Fred Durst’s “combustive ego didn’t make an appearance on Wednesday. The band had fans inside the Warfield so dedicated they already had songs off its new album, ‘Results May Vary’, memorized.” As for Korn, she writes, “Not only has Korn’s sound evolved, but its live identity has changed over time as well. No longer do [Jonathan Davis’] bandmates seem terrified by what he might do or how the audience might react. The confidence of success has replaced the trepidation of uncertainty.” Read more and check out the pictures here.
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