Nearly two years ago, Korn released The Serenity of Suffering, returning to their classic heavier style under the watch of producer Nick Raskulinecz. Drummer Ray Luzier revealed that the band had teamed back up with the producer over the summer to track their next album and now he's confirmed a March 2019 release.

Korn just performed their trio of Follow the Leader 20th anniversary shows last week and at the Hollywood show on September 13, Sabian cymbals caught up with Luzier onstage. At the end of the interview (video below), the drummer revealed the album's release month and mentions that KXM will release their third record in the coming months.

KXM, comprised of Luzier (drums), George Lynch (guitar, ex-Dokken, Lynch Mob) and dUg Pinnick (vocals and bass, King's X), issued their eponymous debut in 2014, following it up with Scatterbrain last year.

Meanwhile, Korn frontman Jonathan Davis will support his solo debut, Black Labyrinth, with a fall U.S. tour running from October 6 through November 10. See those dates here.

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