Next week, Korn head to Europe, where they'll do several weeks of shows, but everyone's favorite dub-stepping nu-metal crew isn't done with the States just yet. As Loudwire reports, the band has just announced a string of spring tour dates, and starting on April 20, Jonathan Davis and company will work their way from Lubbock, Texas, to Charlotte, N.C., where the trek wraps on May 5.

Centered in Texas, the eight-date run marks the third leg of the Path of Totality tour, which has already carried the group across much of North America. Along the way, Korn has tapped numerous dubstep artists as opening acts, and in an interview with Loudwire, guitarist Munky said fans are slowly warming to the new sound.

"I think at the end they understood what we were trying to do, which is to open people up to a new style of music and show how talented these guys are," he said.

Featuring collaborations with electronic producers Skrillex, 12th Planet, Kill the Noise, Excision, Flinch, Noisia, Datsik, Downlink and Feed Me, among others, Korn's most recent album, 'Path of Totality' dropped in December and debuted in the Top 10 on Billboard's charts.

Korn's spring Path of Totality tour dates:

April 20 -- Lonestar Amphitheater, Lubbock, Texas

April 21 -- Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, Spring, Texas

April 22 -- Palladium Ballroom, Dallas, Texas

April 24 -- Pharr Entertainment Center, Pharr, Texas

April 26 -- Hemisphere Park, San Antonio, Texas

April 27 -- Concrete Street Amphitheater, Corpus Christi, Texas

April 29 -- Metropolitan Park, Jacksonville, Fla.

May 5 -- Fairgrounds, Charlotte, N.C.