Korn bassist Reginald “Fieldy” Arvizu shared his plans about post-pandemic shows in a recent interview.
The nu metal band had to cancel their co-headlining tour with Faith No More due to the pandemic.
Korn shows will probably look a lot different after the pandemic, according to Arvizu.
“If we all can just chill out, it’s gonna pass, and we will be back rocking,” he said in an interview with Offstage With DWP. “And when we do, it’s gonna be like letting bulls out of cages.
“It’s gonna be the most insane, probably, crowds we’ve ever seen in our life, and insane performances from bands ever, because you have a bunch of tied up bulls,” he added. “We’re being held back, and when you let us loose, it’s gonna be on and poppin’, man. It’s gonna be crazy.”
Arvizu said he was engaged in multiple projects, including “doing a lot of painting,” during the lockdown.
“We’re all gonna be back, and we’re all gonna figure this out. And if anybody’s got ideas, let’s brainstorm on ’em. We’re gonna make it happen. I don’t know how, but we’re gonna make it happen,” said the bassist.
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