(HED)PE Jam With KORN Bassist, Prepare New Album

KORN bassist Reginald “Fieldy” Arvizu joined (HED)PE on stage at the Key Club in Hollywood, California on January 24th and the House Of Blues in Anaheim, California on January 25th for renditions of KORN's “Blind”. It is currently rumored that the two bands will team up for a US tour later in the year, although nothing has yet been confirmed. In related news, (HED)PE have been hard at work on their follow-up to 2000's Broke CD, which is currently scheduled to be issued through Jive Records in the summer. Entitled Maya, the album is due to be recorded during February with producer Machine (i.e. PITCHSHIFTER, V.O.D.) and will include the following tracks, among others:

01. 1/2 The Man
02. Stab It
03. The Only One
04. Bury Me
05. Suk It Up
06. Long Await
07. Otherside
08. Crazy Life
09. Liberation
10. The End
11. So Far Away
12. Sundown
13. Dracula


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