Plus [a]Korn[/a] appear on first episode of new [a]South Park[/a] series...

South Park co-creator Matt Stone appears on the new album from US cult metal band Primus.

'Anti Pop' is released on October 18 through Interscope and also features long time collaborator Tom Waits, ex-Police drummer Stewart Copeland, Metallica's James Hetfield and Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst.

Meanwhile, Korn (or rather bad drawings of them) will feature in the first episode of the new series of South Park playing their forthcoming single 'Falling Away From Me'. The show goes out in the US this month on October 27 and will be shown later this year in the UK on Sky and then Channel 4.

The single is taken from the band's new album 'Issues' which is released on November 16 through Immortal Records.

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