"Can You Hear Me" is from the band's forthcoming album, The Nothing, which arrives on September 13th.

Los Angeles, CA (September 6, 2019) -- KORN has shared “Can You Hear Me,” the latest single from their widely anticipated new album The Nothing, set for release September 13th via Elektra Records / Roadrunner Records. The new track arrives alongside the announcement of the band’s groundbreaking dramatized anthology podcast series, ‘The Nothing,’ which was written and created by Adam Mason and Simon Boyes with KORN. The official visualizer for “Can You Hear Me” doubles as a trailer for the upcoming podcast series and is streaming now KORN’s YouTube channel.

‘The Nothing,’ a six-part dramatized series and a wholly unique project from a band, tells the story of journalist Matt Singer who travels to the small town of Wellden, Kansas to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a teenage girl. He soon discovers not everything is as it seems in the rural community, and finds himself heading into his own heart of darkness. Produced by Elizabeth Mason and directed by Adam Mason, ‘The Nothing’ stars Keir O’Donnell (Wedding Crashers, Fargo, Legion), Darri Ingolfsson (Dexter, Black Antenna) and Mikayla S. Campbell. Additional information on ‘The Nothing,’ including air dates, will be announced in the coming weeks. For more information, visit www.kornofficial.com.

“Can You Hear Me” follows The Nothing’s previously released tracks “Cold” and “You’ll Never Find Me,” the latter of which is currently Top 10 on Billboard’s “Mainstream Rock Songs” chart. “You’ll Never Find Me” is joined by an Andzej Gavriss directed official music video which trended Top 10 worldwide on YouTube upon release.

KORN’s The Nothing is available for pre-order with exclusive bundles available at www.kornofficial.com. The Nothing follows the band’s acclaimed 2016 LP, The Serenity of Suffering, which debuted at #4 on the “Billboard 200,” #1 on both the “Top Rock Albums” and “Hard Rock Albums” charts, #3 on the “Current Albums chart,” and includes the GRAMMY Award-nominated single “Rotting In Vain.”

KORN recently wrapped up one of their largest ever North American tours, which saw them performing in front of capacity audiences from coast-to-coast. The band are currently gearing up for a headline performance on Sunday October 13th at Sacramento, CA’s Aftershock Festival, with 2020 tour plans to be announced in the coming weeks.

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