We recently reported on Korn dubstepping their way into New York City and playing to a capacity crowd at Roseland Ballroom. Now, you can watch a high-quality video of Korn playing one of their newest songs, 'Way Too Far,' from their New York show exclusively on Loudwire.

As Korn began to show the world their new direction with dubstep-inspired nu-metal, the band decided to bring a different type of live experience with them on tour. The opening slots for Korn were entirely filled by DJs instead of bands.

The crowd at Roseland was incredibly rowdy as Korn's equipment was being set up - with puffs of smoke filling the venue and enough drinks being poured to rival a tailgating session before a Slayer show. Once Korn took the stage, however, they held the crowd in the palms of their hands, casting an almost hypnotic possession over the crowd.

As you can see in their live performance of 'Way Too Far,' Korn's fans have embraced the band's new direction. With an incredibly stimulating light show and room-filling sound effects that complement the song as much as the incredible camera work in this video, 'Way Too Far' is far from disappointing to Korn fans.

Korn's new album, 'The Path of Totality,' which just debuted in the Top 10 of the Billboard 200 chart, is available at iTunes and other outlets.

Watch Korn Performing 'Way Too Far' Live in NYC [Exclusive Premiere]