Korn have released another brand new single called “Can You Hear Me,” which serves as the last single from their upcoming album, The Nothing. The record is set to be released this Friday, September 13th, via Elektra Records / Roadrunner Records.

The new track arrives alongside the announcement from Korn regarding their dramatized anthology podcast series, also dubbed The Nothing. The series was written and created by Korn with Adam Mason and Simon Boyes. The official music video for “Can You Hear Me” also serves as the trailer tor the podcast series.

The Nothing is a six-part dramatized series that tells the story of journalist Matt Singer who travels to the small town of Wellden, Kansas to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a young woman. However, upon his arrival, he discovers that not everything is quite as it seems. The series was produced by Elizabeth Mason and directed by Adam Mason, and stars Keir O’Donnell (Wedding Crashers, Fargo, Legion), Darri Ingolfsson (Dexter, Black Antenna) and Mikayla S. Campbell. More information, including air dates, will be announced in the coming weeks.

The Nothing can still be pre-ordered here, and is the first new album from Korn since their highly successful Serenity of Suffering was releases in 2016. They recently wrapped up one of their largest North American tours ever, which they co-headlined with Alice In Chains, and performed many sold out dates across the country.

Korn is currently gearing up for a performance at Aftershock Festival on Sunday, October 13th in Sacramento, California. 2020 tour plans are expected to be announced in the coming weeks, as well.

The Nothing artwork:

Korn the Nothing

The Nothing track-listing

  1. The End Begins
  2. Cold
  3. You’ll Never Find Me
  4. The Darkness is Revealing
  5. Idiosyncrasy
  6. The Seduction Of Indulgence
  7. Finally Free
  8. Can You Hear Me
  9. The Ringmaster
  10. Gravity Of Discomfort
  11. H@rd3r
  12. This Loss
  13. Surrender To Failure

Tour dates:

Sun OCT 13           Sacramento, CA                   Aftershock Festival