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Korn's Tour Bus Struck by Gunfire

An unidentified shooter hit nu-metal band's vehicle with a bullet
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Korn's tour bus was struck by gunfire over the weekend. As TMZ reports, the nu-metal band's vehicle was parked outside of a hotel in Davenport, Iowa, in the early morning of Friday March 25th when it was hit by a bullet fired from an unknown shooter. 

Thankfully, no one was injured or even onboard during the time of the shooting, but it's definitely a scary and odd situation. According to a source who spoke with TMZ, the bullet pierced the exterior of the bus and was found inside of the cabin. As of two days ago, local police said that no other damage or injuries were reported, and that the incident is currently under investigation. 

Despite the situation, Korn still performed their scheduled show in Moline, IL on Friday night and have continued on their tour with Chevelle and Code Orange uninterrupted.