On the summer solstice, June 21st, 2010, Korn's mysterious crop circles began to take shape in a wheat field outside of their hometown of Bakersfield, California. And as the mystery swelled and suspicions of Korn's involvement rose online, days later, it all culminated in the band performing a special live set from the center of the circle.

Watch below to gain more insight into this unique endeavor, which is in homage to Pink Floyd's Live at Pompeii of which frontman Jonathan Davis is a big fan. In this clip you'll see Davis help circlemakers.org construct the 400 foot pattern, hear about the art and anomaly of circle-making from the creators themselves, and get some raw footage of the band rehearsing and then making their own personal mark on the wheat fields of California.