Korn Debuts Video For ‘Never Never’

Courtesy:  Prospect Park

Courtesy: Prospect Park

Veteran rock band Korn has released the video for the lead single from its new album, The Paradigm Shift.  The video for the song ‘Never Never’ can be viewed online now at http://www.vevo.com/watch/korn/never-never/US5Z51300396?syndicationid=bb8a16ab-1279-4f17-969b-1dba5eb60eda&shortlink=UaDV41&country=US.  For those that have yet to hear the band’s new single, it boasts an interesting mixed influence of Type O Negative throughout most of the song.  However, there is a slight Nine Inch Nails homage late in the song, too.  The Type O Negative influence can be credited to the work of returning guitarist David “Head” Welch and James Schaffer.  The video sees the band performing atop a CG clock that is turning and exploding all at once.  All the while a woman clad in an entirely black outfit that defies explanation sits in the center of the clock.

In celebration of the band’s tenth full length studio release, Jonathan Davis and company have announced the return of the “Family Values Festival.”  The festival kicks off Thursday, September 26th at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Currently, ten total dates are listed.  The most current tour schedule is listed below.

DATE

CITY

VENUE

Thu

9/26

Philadelphia,   PA

Electric   Factory

Fri

9/27

New   York, NY

Roseland   Ballroom

Sat

9/28

Worcester,   MA

The   Palladium

Mon

9/30

Toronto,   ON

Sound   Academy

Tue

10/1

Detroit,   MI

The   Fillmore

Wed

10/2

Chicago,   IL

Riv

Thu

10/3

Minneapolis,   MN

The   Myth

Sat

10/5

Denver,   CO

1st   Bank Center – Family Values

Thu

10/10

Los   Angeles, CA

The   Wiltern

Sat

10/12

Las   Vegas, NV

Pearl

 

The Paradigm Shift will be released Tuesday, October 8th, just as the band is wrapping up the “Family Values Festival.”  For more information on the release and the band’s upcoming tour, audiences can go online to http://www.korn.com, http://www.facebook.com/korn, http://twitter.com/korn, and http://www.myspace.com/korn.  And for all the latest sports and entertainment news and reviews, go online to http://www.facebook.com/philspicks and “Like” it.  Fans can always keep up with the latest sports and entertainment news and reviews in the Phil’s Picks blog at http://phispicks.wordpress.com.

Lightweights Lead The Way This Week On ESPN’s FNF

Courtesy:  ESPN

Courtesy: ESPN

ESPN’s Friday Night Fights returns this Friday night, June 7th, with another big card for viewers.  This week’s broadcast will feature a matchup of two lightweights as its main event.  Before the big fight though, viewers will also get to see a pair of Super Middleweights in a ten round fight.  Hosts Joe Tessitore and Teddy Atlas will be on hand ringside for the night’s call on ESPN2 HD.  Todd Grisham will be in studio with all of the latest boxing news and a look back at the best of Friday Night Fights from May.  Pablo Viruega, Delvin Rodriguez will be on hand once again ringside for all of the action.  Claudia Trejos and Leopoldo Gonzalez will join Viruega and Rodriguez for all of the latest news on ESPN Deportes.

Friday’s main event is a ten-round main event between former Lightweight title challenger “The Gladiator” John Molina (25 – 2, 20 KOs) and undefeated Lightweight Andrew Kilmov (15 – 0, 8 KOs).  The bout will be broadcast live at 10pm EDT on ESPN2 HD and ESPN Deportes.  Audiences can also catch it online and on mobile web via WatchESPN.  The fight will be broadcast live from the Little Creek Casino in Shelton, Washington.

Molina, a California native, is trained by former Junior Lightweight titlist Robert Garcia.  Almost six months have passed since Molina’s last fight.  His last fight—a January bout with Dannie Williams—ended with another notch in his “W” column.  The win came via a fourth-round KO win over Williams.  Molina commented on expectations for Friday’s fight, noting that while he confident, he is also confident it won’t be an easy fight against Kilmov.  “We took care of Dannie Williams now we’ve got to take care of Klimov,” Molina said.  “I’ve done my studying of him. He’s a tough cat, undefeated.  We’re going to have to take it from him, and we’re training for such. Klimov has a very European style, herky-jerky. But I’ve watched him on several occasions and the one punch he throws very well – he sneaks that right uppercut underneath you where you don’t see it. I’ve got to watch that, because I’ve been caught by that punch before. But now that I’ve got it in my head that he’ll be throwing that punch, I’ll be watching out for it.”

Kilmov, who hails from Russia, won his most recent fight in March.  Kilmov won the fight in a seventh-round technical decision win over fellow fighter Matias Gomez.  He spoke through an interpreter in discussing this week’s match.  “I’m a technical boxer,” he said.  Molina is a fighter with a lot of professional experience, with very hard punching power, but I’m probably the best guy he’s ever fought.”

Friday’s main event fight looks to be quite the match.  Before the main event though, viewers will get a matchup of two Super Middleweights.  The ten-round fight will see Super Middleweights Fara “Quiet Storm” Ennis (20 – 1, 12 KOs) taking on Tony “The Tyger” Hanshaw (23 – 2 – 2, 14 KOs).  Ennis hails from Philadelphia, while Hanshaw comes by way of North Carolina.  Ennis’s most recent fight, a ten-round bout, ended in a unanimous win over Richard Pierson.  Hanshaw on the other hand, looks to get back on the winning side.  His most recent match didn’t go quite how he wanted.  That match, a ten-round match against Derek Edwards, ended in a draw.

Friday’s fight is just the latest in a busy schedule for ESPN’s Friday Night Fights.  The latest schedule of matches for fans of FNF is available below.

Date Time (ET) Main Event Location   Networks
Fri., Jun 14 9 p.m. Juan Carlos Payano (13-0, 7 KOs) vs. Jundy Maraon (15-0-1, 12 KOs)—12-rounds, Bantamweight Richard J. Codey Arena, West Orange, N.J. ESPN2, ESPN Deportes WatchESPN
Fri., Jun 21 10 p.m. Rances Barthelemy (18-0, 11 KOs) vs. Fahsai Sakkreerin (39-3-1, 21 KOs)—12-rounds, Junior Lightweight Minneapolis Convention Center, Minneapolis, Minn. ESPN2, ESPN Deportes WatchESPN
Fri., Jun 28 9 p.m. Grzegorz Proska (29-2, 21 KOs) vs. Sergio Mora (23-3-2, 7 KOs)—10-rounds, Middleweight Veterans Memorial Arena, Jacksonville, Fla. ESPN2, ESPN Deportes WatchESPN

 

To keep up with the latest news from ESPN’s Friday Night Fights, fans need just “Like” the ESPN Friday Night Fights Facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/espn.fnf.  While there, fans can also score the fights live round-by round thanks to the Live Friday Night Fights Voting app.  Fans can also get all the latest boxing news from ESPN’s Friday Night Fights on Twitter at http://twitter.com/ESPNFNF and http://twitter.com/ESPNBoxeo for Spanish speaking fans.

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