In an unlikely partnership, The Cure have teamed up with Korn on the rock outfitâ€™s MTV Unplugged session.
The show was recorded on Saturday in Times Square, New York and sees Korn play a sprawling set of all their classic tracks.
Towards the end of the set, Robert Smith and the rest of The Cure come on stage for an acoustic mash-up of Kornâ€™s â€˜Make Me Badâ€™ and The Cureâ€™s â€˜In Between Days.â€™
Korn frontman Jonathan Davies beamed to the crowd: â€œYou never thought youâ€™d see that shit did you?
â€œThis is the band that got me through high school. They were the soundtrack of my life then. So to be onstage with these legends, I just thought it would never happen in my wildest dreams.â€
The headline band also revealed that drummer David Silveria would be taking an indefinite break from the band.
Elsewhere on the night, Evanescence frontwoman Amy Lee also joined Korn for a duet.
Korn MTV Unplugged will be released in mid February.