Korn singer out of hospital and will be ready to rock

After being treated for four days for a blood disorder, Korn lead singer Jonathan Davis has been released from a London hospital, but the band will still have to cancel the remainder of its European tour dates.

The singer was diagnosed with an infection that was preventing his blood from clotting correctly and was probably the result of an allergic reaction to medication.

Davis is expected to make a full recovery and be ready for the band’s upcoming Family Values tour this summer, according to information posted on the band’s website.

The band is expected to headline the Family Values tour again this summer, and will be joined by a host of other metal bands including the Deftones. The show kicks off on July 27th at Virginia Beach, Virginia and is expected to run through about 30 cities.

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