After announcing that they will return to their roots and will play the best of thier repertoire, the guys from Korn ready to arrive to Peru and are more than ready to discover the attractions of our country.
The musicians will stay two days in Lima and bassist Reginald 'Fieldly' Arvizu was enthusiastic about the possibility of performing in Peru and even try our food, though he acknowledged that does not know much about Peru.
Going back to the old school
From the city of Calgary, Canada, Arvizu told us via Skype how good it feels to return to the old school form of metal that led them to fame in the early '90s.
"Once again we worked with Ross Robinson (producer of early Korn), we feel that we returned to our roots, the sound is very similar to our old tracks. I am very happy with the result," said Fieldy.
Finally, the fans showed him the gifts they prepared for the band: one Torito of Pucara and painted picture of Korn.
"That's all for us? Fans, thank you very much for taking the trouble to make all these beautiful gifts to us, I really like them and I'll be able to appreciate them better when I get to Peru," said the bassist.
Reginald "Fieldy" presented his solo work which he entitled Stillwell which will feature the drummer for the band POD.
Korn will be presented on the platform south of San Marcos Stadium this April 15th and tickets are on sale in Teleticket Wong and Metro.