Korn drummer Ray Luzier just tested positive for COVID-19. His wife recently posted photos at a Rolling Stones show just a few days ago. David Gilmour Posts Message To Roger Waters Wife
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Ray Luzier will miss shows due to COVID-19
Luzier is set to miss the band’s next three shows after testing positive for COVID-19. FEVER 333’s Aric Improta will be filling in for him. KORN also issued the following statement via social media:
“Unfortunately, Ray has tested positive for COVID, and he will not be playing the next three shows in Vegas, Fresno, and Oakland. KORN will be continuing on as scheduled despite these circumstances. We are anticipating a quick recovery for Ray and he should be back to play the Los Angeles shows with us. Aric Improta from FEVER 333 will be filling in so we won’t miss a beat.”
It has been noted that Luzier is the third member of KORN to miss shows on the band’s current tour after being tested positive for COVID-19. Last month, guitarist James “Munky” Shaffer missed several dates and was temporarily replaced by J.R. Bareis, who is also in the band LOVE AND DEATH with KORN guitarist Brian “Head” Welch.
Bareis previously stepped in for Shaffer in August 2019 when Munky was forced to miss several KORN shows due to the impending birth of his child. In early August, singer Jonathan Davis contracted the virus, forcing the postponement of six dates and cancelation of two on KORN’s U.S. tour.