According to a posting on the KORN fan site Kornspace, drummer Terry Bozzio will no longer be part of KORN for unspecified reasons. A source close to KORN told Kornspace that Terry will appear on the band's next album but will not tour with the group.
Bozzio was sitting in for KORN drummer David Silveria, who announced in December that he was taking a "temporary hiatus" from the group for at least one studio album and tour. Bozzio, long considered one of the greatest drummers in rock, is best known for his work with MISSING PERSONS and FRANK ZAPPA. He also worked with KORN vocalist Jonathan Davis on music for the soundtrack of the film "Queen of the Damned".
KORN has not yet recruited a new replacement drummer, according to the Kornspace source. BAD RELIGION's Brooks Wackerman sat behind the kit for KORN's appearance Friday night (March 30) at the Kodak Theater in Los Angeles for the Boost Mobile Rock Corps.
Check out pictures from the Boost Mobile Rock Corps show at Korn-Locker.com.
KORN will kick off the 2007 edition of the Family Values tour in mid-July in St. Louis, with EVANESCENCE, HELLYEAH, ATREYU, TRIVIUM and FLYLEAF also on board.
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