Korn Klass In Session On Deuce DVD

Home video release traces band's history, delves into making of music videos.

Korn fans get a double shot of the rock on June 11. Not only does Untouchables, the quintet's fifth album, drop that day, the DVD Deuce becomes available to give nü-metal newbies a crash course in old-school Korn.

The two-and-a-half-hour Deuce traces the history of Korn, from their early days in Bakersfield, California, through their mainstream breakthrough, 1998's Follow the Leader, and on to Untouchables, according to the band's publicist. Korn's collaboration with Ice Cube, the album-cover contest for 1999's Issues, the performance at Harlem's Apollo Theater on the day of its release and the band's take on Woodstock '99 are also included.

Several of the band's music videos, directed by such acclaimed lensmen as Joseph Kahn, McG, Todd McFarlane and Fred Durst, are accompanied by "making of" material. The featured clips include "A.D.I.D.A.S.," "Got the Life," "Freak on a Leash," "Falling Away From Me," "Make Me Bad" and "Somebody Someone."

Korn's previous home video, 1997's Who Then Now, featuring early songs "Faget," "Blind," "Clown" and "Shoots and Ladders," is included in its entirety on Deuces, which was mixed in 5.1-channel Dolby Digital sound.