National Rock Review photographer Chris Betea captured the iconic nu-metal band Korn last night at The Fillmore Detroit.

Touring in support of their latest release, The Paradigm Shift, along with the return of guitarist Brian “Head” Welch, they engaged the audience with a set that covered their 20-year history. With a mostly packed venue, Korn shows that they still remain relevant after two decades of rocking.

Falling Away from Me
Love & Meth
Narcissistic Cannibal
Dead Bodies Everywhere
Coming Undone
Did My Time
Shoots and Ladders / Somebody Someone
Never Never
Here to Stay
Y’All Want a Single
Prey For Me
Another Brick in the Wall (Pink Floyd cover)
Get Up!
Got the Life
Freak on a Leash

Photo credits: Chris Betea


About The Author

Chris was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan and he is the head photographer, owner and founder of Chris Lawrence Photography. He spent most of his life in construction, until he picked up a camera for the first time two years ago photographing the local music scene. He is also employed with Real Detroit Weekly, and The Detroit Free Press Metromix. Chris has photographed musicians such as Metallica, Korn, and Phil Anselmo.

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