Extended Family

Old faves and new tastes make for a more diverse Family Values Tour.

"The thing that's good about that is, in that time, the Killers came out and Interpol came out," Allman says in a deeper version of his dad's gravelly voice. "I think the culture has caught up to where we've been for a long time now."

A guitar prodigy, Allman has written music and lyrics that have made Deadsy popular with fellow musicians. Korn is the band's biggest booster: When the group extricated itself from a deal with Sire, Korn signed it to its Elementree label. But the children of Korn weren't always so generous when the two bands hit the road together. Allman says that the Family Values crowds are far more open-minded this year than they were during the 2001 tour, and — aside from the fatal sucker punch one fan threw at another in Atlanta last month — aren't "straight meathead." He adds that no matter what you've read, neither are the bands.

Korn keeps it in the family.
Korn keeps it in the family.


Wednesday, September 20. Doors open at 2 p.m. Tickets cost $9.99 to $59.50. Call 561-793-0445, or visit www.ticketmaster.com.
Sound Advice Amphitheatre, 601-7 Sansbury's Way, West Palm Beach

"The Deftones are a deep, complex band," Allman says. "Stone Sour — the whole band are shredding musicians. Korn are like the Led Zeppelin [of the movement]. These bands stood the test of time. This is all real-deal motherfuckers out here."

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