Have you ever missed a concert that you just had to see? I’ve missed many and am still waiting for a chance to see them. Finally, not just one but two of the bands I missed have returned! KORN and Puddle of Mudd will be hitting the Duke City as they return in The Tour with No Name.

Puddle of Mudd, best known for the single, “Blurry,” will be opening, stating that they’ll be performing their harder-edged songs to get the crowd ready for the hard-edged headliners. They will also promote their album “Come Clean.” So expect to hear songs like “Basement,” “She Hates Me” and, of course, to top it all off, “Blurry.”

KORN will promote their new album “Untouchables,” featuring songs that rocked the airwaves before hitting the stores.

In “Untouchables,” lead singer Jonathan Davis brings back his hardcore lyrics that so many teenagers and young adults seem to relate to. Vocals such as “… as the hurt turns into hating, anticipating all the (messed) up feelings again” from the song “Here to Stay.” KORN’s lyrics are hardcore and to the point, making them easily memorable and undeniably lasting.

So, if you are looking to rock out the night and wake up tomorrow morning wishing you didn’t have to go to work (or maybe you’ll just call in sick?), this is the concert for you! Or, if you think you’re just too old for this kind of thing any more, yet wish you could still stay out all night and be able to get up the next morning, do it before you are too old! Don’t look back in regret

The last thing you want to do is reflect and think “I can’t believe I missed another great concert!”

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Heidi Roberts