Korn will follow up 2011's 'The Path of Totality,' which found the band exploring elements of the EDM sound, with a brand new album due out this fall. Drummer Ray Luzier let the cat out of the bag regarding the release date of the new platter, which will be the Bakersfield band's eleventh, via an Instagram post.

Luzier shared a photo of himself and his bandmates, which you can view below. It was adorned by this caption -- or, to follow in his footsteps, "kaption": "Korn press Konference in France, we played them parts of 2 new songs off our SIC new record coming out Sept 24th. #korntour2013 #kornfans #korn #korn2013 #fieldy #brianheadwelch #munky #jdevil."

There you have it – new Korn will be out and ready for headbanger consumption on Sept. 24. The album is special, since Korn have also welcomed former guitarist and prodigal son Brian 'Head' Welch back into the fold on a full-time basis. Head departed in 2005 and famously became a born again Christian. He initially joined the band for a live appearance at Carolina Rebellion in May 2012, before officially rejoining permanently this year.

This new album is his first record with the band in a decade. You can go home again!

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