Korn has settled on an unusual venue in which to debut its new album, "Issues."After heading to "South Park" last week to roll out their new single, "Falling Away From Me," the men of Korn will take to Harlem's famed Apollo Theater on November 15 to play their new album in its entirety the day before it hits stores. For the landmark gig, the band will get help from a choir as well as the Pipes & Drums of the Police Department of the City of New York Emerald Society (which could mean plenty of bagpipes). Korn will be greeted by a crowd comprised mainly of radio contest winners at the Apollo show, though the band says that a limited number of tickets will be sold for the concert. Fans who can't make it to the show can still catch the action as the band plans to carry the concert live on radio stations across the world as well as its Web site (at www.korn.com). While "Issues" won't roll out in its entirety until
then, the band has hinted at what awaits. "It started back, probably back at the start of the [first] Family Values [tour in 1998] when I went crazy and had to stop drinking and doing a lot of stuff," frontman Jonathan Davis told MTV News of the experiences drawn on this time out. "So it's all the feelings I went through during the 'hell tour,' and I'm still going through it, kinda" (see "Korn Works Through Its "Issues" On New Album").For more on the making of "Issues," check out the MTV News Online feature "Korn: A Studio Report."