Nu-metal titans Korn were picked to headline the second day of Rock on the Range 2017. Unfortunately, pending severe weather interfered with the 40,000 or so festival goers for the second straight day. Korn was forced to leave the stage with about fifteen minutes left to finish their set, much to the dismay of the fans. During the abbreviated set, the band was on fire as they played predominantly songs from their classic era. The band has had to cancel some shows and vocalist Jonathan Davis has been dealing with some vocal issues. It's imaginable that the band has been itching to play and to have a gig cut immediately after the hard hitting "Blind," forcing a sudden end to all of their momentum had to be frustrating for the band as well as the fans. Safety of the people has to take the highest priority, though, and the festival ultimately made the right call; albeit a difficult one to make. Prior to the suspension of the show, the band was on full display and living up to their intense and maniacal reputation. For more coverage of Rock on the Range 2017, keep it here on AXS.com.