Korn Plan Headlining Tour To Follow Outing With Metallica

Rap-metal rockers to hit road with Powerman 5000, Papa Roach.

Rap-metal rockers Korn will launch a headlining tour in July after finishing the Summer Sanitarium tour with Metallica, Kid Rock, System of a Down and Powerman 5000.

Supported by Powerman 5000 and Papa Roach, the 19-city tour will begin July 18 in Fargo, N.D.

During their six-year career, Korn have developed a

sound built around bass player Reginald "Fieldy" Arvizu's thuds, singer Jonathan Davis' growls and screams, and the occasional bagpipe. Korn have nurtured a rabid fanbase through appearances on such high-profile outings as Lollapalooza and the Family Values tour.

In April, nearly three dozen fans were treated for heat exhaustion and minor injuries sustained in the mosh pit at a Korn show in Greensboro, N.C.

Korn's fourth album, Issues, was released in November and features the hit "Falling Away From Me" (RealAudio excerpt).

Korn tour dates:

July 18; Fargo, N.D.; Fargo Dome

July 19; La Crosse, Wis.; La Crosse Center Arena

July 21; Moline, Ill.; Mark of the Quads

July 22; Green Bay, Wis.; Brown County Arena

July 24; Winnipeg, Manitoba; Winnipeg Arena

July 25; Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; Saskatchewan Palace

July 27; Calgary, Alberta; Canadian Airlines Saddledome

July 28; Edmonton, Alberta; Skyreach Center

July 30; Vancouver, British Columbia; GM Place

Aug. 4; Boise, Idaho; Idaho Center Arena

Aug. 5; Seattle, Wash.; TBA

Aug. 7; Bakersfield, Calif.; Centennial Arena

Aug. 8; San Diego, Calif.; Coors Amphitheatre

Aug. 9; Las Vegas, Nev.; Thomas & Mack Center

Aug. 11; San Antonio, Texas; Alamo Dome

Aug. 12; El Paso, Texas; Don Haskins

Aug. 16; Biloxi, Miss.; Mississippi Coast Coliseum

Aug. 18; Pittsburgh, Pa.; Starlake Amphitheatre

Aug. 20; Detroit, Mich.; The Palace