Never shying away from the road less traveled, the guys in Korn will be producing their own TV specials to be aired on the official Korn website.
Dubbed "Korn TV," the series promises to give users a live glimpse into the studio via streaming audio and video. Users can see the band and a string of different guest hosts discuss Korn's progress on the follow-up to "Life Is Peachy" and unveil new music for the album.
The first installment in the series, titled "Korn's After-School Special," will hit the Net this Thursday and promises to be "part variety show, part new music showcase, part talk-show satire. Users can access the show using RealMedia software at www.korntv.com during the show's regular time slot, 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Eastern time each Thursday.
If your computer isn't quite up to that speed, you'll have to wait until the next Korn album arrives, which should be in June.