Former Korn drummer David Silveria says he feels it's wrong that the band is revisiting their debut album on tour without him.
Former Korn drummer David Silveria is sorry he's not part of the 20th anniversary celebration of the band's debut disc.
Former Korn drummer David Silveria went on record a few months back sharing that he would be open to returning to the band to "restore the groove." However, after recent comments on his Facebook page aimed at bassist Reginald ‘Fieldy’ Arvizu, the odds of that ever happening seem pretty slim.
We recently sat down with Munky and Ray Luzier of Korn for an exclusive video interview. We caught up with the pair outside their New York City hotel before their show at Roseland Ballroom that night and the two rockers talked about a bunch of different topics while setting the record straight with a round of 'Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction?'
Last week, former Korn drummer David Silveria spoke out on the band's current lineup and sound. Many of Silveria's comments seemed heavy handed and painfully critical, drawing both positive and negative reactions from Korn fans worldwide. In response to the venom spat back in Silveria's direction, the former drummer has posted a response via his personal Facebook page.
We haven't heard much from former Korn drummer David Silveria lately besides his DUI arrest, but the musician recently answered fan questions about Korn via his personal Facebook page. Silveria gave the current Korn lineup a bit of a at slam first, before going into more detail on how important he was to Korn's original sound, how he helped out singer Jonathan Davis and brought Brian 'Head' Welch into the band, even claiming that guitarist Munky was originally against the idea of welcoming Welch into Korn.
Former Korn drummer David Silveria had a change of mind in his DUI case, deciding to plead guilty this week in exchange for a lesser charge. The musician was arrested last March for driving under the influence and committing a hit-and-run, but he claimed that extenuating circumstances were at play in making him seem as though he was driving under the influence.