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Selling out Brixton Academy is, to most bands, an incredible feat. To Korn, however, it's business as usual. Their incessant innovation and re-invention leaves listeners with jaws constantly parked on the pavement, and their live show is no different. Here's five things we learned from the nu-metal masters as they smashed London like bones underneath stampeding wildebeest.

Alec Chillingworth

Alec is a longtime contributor with first-class BA Honours in English with Creative Writing, and has worked for Metal Hammer since 2014. Over the years, he's written for Noisey, Stereoboard, uDiscoverMusic, and the good ship Hammer, interviewing major bands like Slipknot, Rammstein, and Tenacious D (plus some black metal bands your cool uncle might know). He's read Ulysses thrice, and it got worse each time.