Take A Look In the Mirror, the new album from hard rock mainstays Korn, will hit the shelves this Friday (November 21). The release, originally slated to drop Tuesday, November 25, has been pushed up due to a version being leaked to the internet by "an unknown source," Epic Records has revealed. "When we heard this record was out there, we said, 'Fuck release dates - our fans want it now!'" Korn's Jonathan Davis said in a statement. "Korn fans have always been rabid when it comes to our music and if they can't wait, we're going to work with the label to put it out as fast as we can. We want our fans to hear the album the way it was meant to be heard."
According to Billboard, limited editions of Take A Look In The Mirror will be bundled with a bonus DVD that features 30 minutes of content. A mix of the group's videos called "Korn Kut Up," an alternate video of "Right Now" directed by Nathan Cox, a live version of "Here To Stay" and various behind the scenes footage will be included on the DVD.