Korn have debuted a brand new track titled "Can You Hear Me" while also announcing their fictional, narrative podcast to complete the immersive new album experience.

Check out the new track and trailer for the podcast below!

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Ahead of the release of their forthcoming LP, Korn are holding fans over with their brand new track, “Can You Hear Me.”

“Can You Hear Me” will appear on the band’s new album, THE NOTHING, slated to drop Sept. 13 via Elektra Records/Roadrunner Records.

On top of releasing the official visualizer for the track, Korn revealed they have created a fictional podcast titled THE NOTHING in order to give fans a completely immersive experience.

"In the spirit of giving our fans the most comprehensive and immersive Korn experience, we’ve created a fictional, narrative podcast called THE NOTHING. With Adam Mason and Simon Boyes, we tell the story of a small town in Kansas that has seen its ills be solved at the hands of a charismatic, commune leader and his devotees. But of course, nothing is ever as it seems. Across the six-episode series, the story will unfold featuring a score from Jonathan. Check out the trailer for THE NOTHING podcast, which is also the official visualizer for “Can You Hear Me” – the most recent release from our forthcoming album, The Nothing, out next Friday, the 13th."

You can check out the visualizer and podcast trailer below!

THE NOTHING podcast will be coming in October to Apple, Spotify, and more. You can preorder and presave the band's forthcoming album here.

Korn The Nothing

The Nothing tracklisting:

01. The End Begins
02. Cold
03. You'll Never Find Me
04. The Darkness Is Revealing
05. Idiosyncrasy
06. The Seduction Of Indulgence
07. Finally Free
08. Can You Hear Me
09. The Ringmaster
10. Gravity Of Discomfort
11. H@rd3r
12. This Loss
13. Surrender To Failure

What do you think of the latest track from Korn? Sound off in the comments below!

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